Ka Ming Ngai, MD, MPH
- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Emergency Medicine
- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Population Health Science and Policy
Dr. Ka Ming (Gordon) Ngai is Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Associate Professor of Population Health Science and Policy. He is also a member of the Institute for Health Equity Research. He practices emergency medicine at The Mount Sinai Hospital Main Campus and the Mount Sinai Express Care. His research interests include healthcare access related to limited English proficiency populations, minority health, health equity and large data analysis.
Dr. Ngai’s research concerns the intersection of Emergency Medicine, Emergency Preparedness, and Public Health. He has been co-investigator in research funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Dr. Ngai joined the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai after completing his residency in 2012. He mentors junior investigators from multiple levels of training on research methodology and statistical analysis: undergraduate students, medical students, residents, and fellows.
Comparative Effectiveness Research Certificate Program, New York University School of Medicine
Bachelor of Arts (Public Health), the Johns Hopkins University
American Board of Emergency Medicine
MPH, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
MD, Johns Hopkins University
Residency, Emergency Medicine, Bellevue Hospital
GRANTS AND CONTRACT SUPPORT
Ongoing Research Support
5K12HL109005-02 Lynne D. Richardson (PI) 07/01/2012 - Present
NHLBI Research Career Development Programs in Emergency Medicine (K12).
The goal of this project is to conduct important research to improve emergency department care and patient outcomes in treatments for life threatening emergencies caused by cardiac, respiratory, and blood disorders, and severe trauma.
Role: K12 Scholar
Completed Research Support
1T32RR023253-01 Neil R. Powe (PI) 07/01/2006 – 06/30/2007
The National Center for Research Resources, Johns Hopkins Predoctoral Students Clinical Research Training Program (T32).
This is a predoctoral clinical research training program at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions to provide an integrated set of exposures and training opportunities in clinical research for predoctoral trainees during their early professional training and tailored to their degree of interest and commitment.
Role: T32 Trainee.
Ngai KM MD. Prehospital Firbrinolysis as an Alternative to Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention in ST-Segment Elevaion Myocardial Infacrction When Resources are Limited. Jounral of clinical Outcomes Management 2013; 20(6): 250-252.
Ngai KM MD, Burke, Jr FM MD, Hsu A MD, Hsu E MD. Human Stampedes: A Systematic Review of Historical and Peer-Reviewered Sources. Disaster medicine and Public Health Preparedness 2009; 3(4): 191-195.
Ngai KM, Lee WY, Madan A, Sanyal SS, Roy N, Burkle FM, Esu EB. Comparing Two epidemiologic Surveillance Methods to Assess Under Estimation of Human Stampedes in India. PLOS Current Disasters 2013 September; 1.