Lauren Maloney, MD, NRP, FP-C, NCEE, CIC, Medical Director

Lauren Maloney MD

Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept of Emergency Medicine
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Dept of Biomedical Engineering
Medical Director, Stony Brook University Paramedic Program
Associate Medical Director, Stony Brook University Hospital EMS

Email: lauren.maloney@stonybrookmedicine.edu

Dr. Lauren Maloney, MD, NRP, FP-C, CIC, NCEE, is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine at Stony Brook University Hospital (SBUH), an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Stony Brook University (SBU), the Medical Director for the SBU Paramedic Program, an Associate Medical Director for SBUH EMS, and faculty for the SBU Institute for Engineering-Driven Medicine. She completed the Paramedic Program at SBU in 2009, received her Bachelor’s of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering from SBU in 2012, graduated with a Doctorate of Medicine with Distinction in Medical Education from the SBU School of Medicine in 2016, completed an Emergency Medicine Residency as a Chief Resident at SBUH in 2019, and was the inaugural SBUH Emergency Medical Services Fellow from 2019-2020. Additionally, Dr. Maloney serves as a course director for several medical student electives at the Stony Brook University School of Medicine including Prehospital Emergency Medicine, and a Longitudinal Interdisciplinary Elective in Biodesign.

Dr. Maloney has over a decade of experience working as a 911 and critical care transport paramedic in New York City and Long Island, in addition to holding New York State and National EMS education teaching credentials. She is a well published author, and was the recipient of the 2019 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Resident Educator and Excellence in Research Awards, and the 2019 Suffolk Regional EMS Council Physician of Excellence Award.

 

EDUCATION

2012 – 2016 Doctor of Medicine
  Scholarly Concentration Program in Medical Education
  Stony Brook University School of Medicine, Stony Brook, NY
2008 – 2012 Bachelors of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering, Magna Cum Laude
  Women in Science and Engineering Scholar
  Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY
2008 – 2009 Paramedic
  Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY
2008 High School Diploma, Salutatorian
  Plymouth North High School, Plymouth, MA

TRAINING

2019 – 2020 Emergency Medical Services Fellowship
  Stony Brook University Hospital, Stony Brook, NY
2016 – 2019 Emergency Medicine Residency
  2018-2019 Administrative Chief Resident
  Stony Brook University Hospital, Stony Brook, NY

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

2020 – Pres. Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
  Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY
2019 – Pres. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering
  Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY
2019 – 2020 Clinical Instructor of Emergency Medicine
  Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY
2016 – 2019 Clinical Assistant Instructor of Emergency Medicine
  Stony Brook University School of Medicine, Stony Brook, NY

CURRENT POSITIONS

2020 Medical Director
  Stony Brook University Paramedic Program, Stony Brook, NY
2020 Associate Medical Director
  Stony Brook University Hospital Emergency Medical Services, Stony Brook, NY
2020 Core Faculty
  Emergency Medicine Residency Program, Stony Brook Medicine, Stony Brook, NY
2019 Faculty
  Stony Brook University Institute for Engineering-Driven Medicine, Stony Brook, NY
2017 Suffolk County Online Medical Control Physician
  Suffolk County Emergency Medical Services, Stony Brook, NY
2017 Course Faculty
  The Difficulty Airway Course: EMS
  Department of Emergency Medicine, Stony Brook Medicine, Stony Brook, NY

CERTIFICATION & LICENSURE

Physician:
2019 – Pres.       New York State Physician License
2009 – Pres.       AHA Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
2009 – Pres.       AHA Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
2007 – Pres.       AHA Basic Life Support (BLS)
2016 – 2020       Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)

Prehospital:
2015 – Pres.       Certified Flight Paramedic (FP-C)
2009 – Pres.       Nationally Registered Paramedic (NRP)
2009 – Pres.       New York State EMT Paramedic
2009 – Pres.       Suffolk County REMAC Credentialed
2009 – 2018       New York City REMAC Credentialed
2009 – 2012.      Massachusetts EMT Paramedic 
2008 – 2009       New York State EMT-B
2007 – 2009       Massachusetts EMT-B

Educator:
2014 – Pres.      Nationally Certified EMS Educator (NCEE)
2014 – Pres.      New York State Paramedic Certified Instructor Coordinator (CIC)
2013 – Pres.      AHA Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Instructor
2009 – Pres.      AHA Basic Cardiac Life Support (BLS) Instructor

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS

2020 2019 Physician of Excellence
  Suffolk Regional Emergency Medical Service Council, Yaphank, NY
2020 Excellence in Emergency Medical Services Recognition Award
  Stony Brook Medicine Dept of Emergency Medicine , Stony Brook, NY
2019 Resident Award for Excellence in Research
  Stony Brook Medicine Dept of Emergency Medicine , Port Jefferson, NY
2019 2019 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Resident Educator Award
  Society of Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV
2019 2019 Resident and Medical Student Excellence in Research Award
  Society of Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV
2016 2016 IAMSE Oral Presentation Award
  International Assoc. of Medical Science Educators 20th Annual Meeting, Leiden, Netherlands
2016 Award for Excellence in Emergency Medicine
  Stony Brook University School of Medicine, Stony Brook, NY
2012 Undergraduate Recognition Award for Academic Excellence
  Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY
2012 Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Scholar
  Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY

RESEARCH SUPPORT AND GRANTS

2020 2019-20 SUNY Research Seed Grant Program RFP#20-03-COVID Proposal #COVID202024
  “Development and Distribution of a Protective Chamber to Reduce Transmission of Aerosolized Secretions during Airway Interventions”
  Principle Investigator
  $7,500.00
2018 – 2023 NIH R25 Research Educational Project Grant #EB025792
  “Development of a comprehensive biodesign curriculum to promote biomedical innovation”
  Clinical Mentor
  PI: Dr. Wei Rubenstein
  $41,600/year for 5 years
2015 – 2017 SBU School of Medicine Academy of Clinical & Educational Scholars
  “Development of Ultrasound Curriculum for Preclinical Medical Students”
  Co-Investigator
  PI: Dr. Peggy Seidman
  $4,375.00

INVITED SPEAKER

07/17/2020 “Surprise! Medical Findings in Trauma Patients”
  New York State Dept of Health Vital Signs EMS Academy Webinar
07/15/2020 Grand Rounds Speaker, “Biodesign: From Idea to Prototype- Opportunities Available at Stony Brook for Clinician Inventors”
  Stony Brook Medicine Department of Anesthesiology; Stony Brook, NY
07/10/2020 “The Unknown of Naloxone”
  New York State Dept of Health Vital Signs EMS Academy Webinar
05/29/2020 Panelist for “Mental Wellness Amidst COVID-19”
  National Association of EMS Physicians COVID Town Hall Series on Zoom
05/22/2020 “Not Just Influenza-Like: Appearance of Additional Acute Illnesses in Patients with COVID-19”
  Suffolk County Dept of Fire Rescue & Emergency Services 2020 EMS Week Zoom Series
12/11/2019 “Realistic Approaches for Research Scholarship Success”
  SBU School of Heath Technology and Management Scholar Seminar; Stony Brook, NY
09/27/2019 Discussion of “Using a Journal Club Series to Introduce Paramedic Students to Research Fundamentals and Critical Appraisal of Medical Literature”
  NAEMSE/Prehospital Care Research Forum's Education Journal Club Podcast
09/05/2019 Grand Rounds Speaker, “Realistic Ways for the Every Day Clinician to Get Published”
  Stony Brook Medicine Dept of Emergency Medicine; Stony Brook, NY
10/10/2018 “Clinical Insights for Biomedical Engineering”
  BME 440 Biomedical Engineering Design, Stony Brook University; Stony Brook, NY
05/11/2017 “SBUH Dept. of Emergency Medicine’s Opiate Overdose Prevention Program”
  Suffolk County Emergency Nurses Association Meeting; Stony Brook, NY
11/15/2016 “Stay on Track: Making a Literature Review Work for You”
  Webinar for the Society for Simulation in Healthcare
02/07/2012 Keynote Speaker, Plymouth High Schools Science Fair Awards Celebration
  Plymouth Public Schools; Plymouth, MA
10/22/2007 “Attracting Top-Performing Students to STEM Programs”
  One of three high school students nationwide invited to be a guest panelist and watch STS-120 Discovery launch
  NASA Kennedy Space Center in Florida; Cape Canaveral, FL

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

2020 – Pres. Suffolk County Regional Emergency Medical Advisory Committee (REMAC)
  Appointed Physician-at-Large Member
2019 – Pres. NYS Emergency Medical Services Council (SEMSCO) Training and Education Subcommittee Appointed Member
2019 – Pres. Renaissance School of Medicine Biomedical Engineering & BioDesign Interest Group
  Faculty Advisor
2018 – Pres. SBUH Dept of Emergency Medicine Education Writing Accountability Group
  Director
2017 – Pres. SBU Paramedic Program Accreditation Advisory Committee
  Committee Member
2016 – Pres. SBUH Department of Emergency Medicine Opioid Overdose Prevention Program
  Co-Manager

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP

2018 – Pres. National Association of Emergency Medical Services Educators
2017 – Pres. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
  Awards Committee, Member (2020 – 2021)
  Program Committee, Member (2020 – 2021)
2017 – Pres. National Association of EMS Physicians
  New York Chapter, Member (2019 – Pres.)
  Women in EMS Committee, Member (2020 – Pres.)
  Education Committee, Member (2020 – Pres.)
2016 – Pres. American College of Emergency Physicians
  New York Chapter, Member (2016 – Pres.)

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY

Engineering  
1/27/20 – 5/3/2020 MED 803F Biodesign Peer Consultant Elective, Course Director
9/30/19 – 10/4/19 MED 740J Translational Pillar: Biodesign, Course Co-Director
9/2019 – 5/2022 MED 803E Longitudinal Interdisciplinary Elective in Biodesign, Course Co-Director
10/8/18 – 10/12/18 MED 740J Translational Pillar: Biodesign, Course Co-Director
9/2018 – 5/2021 MED 803E Longitudinal Interdisciplinary Elective in Biodesign, Course Co-Director
10/2017 – 5/2020 MED 803E Longitudinal Interdisciplinary Elective in Biodesign, Course Co-Director
Clinical Medicine  
1/2020 – 12/2020 MED 240 Introduction to Clinical Medicine, Clinical Preceptor
11/11/19 – 11/22/19 MED 805C Prehospital Emergency Medicine Elective, Course Co-Director
7/22/19 – 8/2/19 MED 805C Prehospital Emergency Medicine Elective, Course Co-Director
1/21/19 – 2/1/19 MED 805C Prehospital Emergency Medicine Elective, Course Co-Director
1/2019 – 12/2019 MED 240 Introduction to Clinical Medicine, Clinical Preceptor
11/26/18 – 12/7/18 MED 805C Prehospital Emergency Medicine Elective, Course Co-Director
10/16/18 – 10/26/18 MED 805C Prehospital Emergency Medicine Elective, Course Co-Director
5/1/18 – 5/11/18 MED 805C Prehospital Emergency Medicine Elective, Course Co-Director
1/8/18 – 1/18/18   MED 805C Prehospital Emergency Medicine Elective, Course Co-Director
1/2018 – 12/2018 MED 240 Introduction to Clinical Medicine, Clinical Preceptor
1/2017 – 12/2017 MED 240 Introduction to Clinical Medicine, Clinical Preceptor
9/2016 – 11/2016 MED 240 Introduction to Clinical Medicine, Clinical Preceptor

Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY

7/6/20 – 8/14/20 BME Biodesign Summer Immersion Internship Program, Instructor
1/27/20 – 5/9/20 EXT 488 Internship Program: Team-Based Longitudinal Learning in Biodesign, Site Supervisor
1/27/20 – 5/9/20   WRT 459 Write Effectively in a Discipline; Departmental Instructor
1/27/20 – 5/9/20 VIP 395-10 Vertical Integrated Project: Medical Device Innovation Clinic, Course Director
1/27/20 – 5/9/20     VIP 295-10 Vertical Integrated Project: Medical Device Innovation Clinic, Course Director
8/26/19 – 12/9/19 VIP 295-10 Vertical Integrated Project: Medical Device Innovation Clinic, Course Director
8/26/19 – 12/9/19 EXT 488 Internship Program: Team-Based Longitudinal Learning in Biodesign, Site Supervisor
5/27/19 – 7/5/19   BME Biodesign Summer Immersion Internship Program, Instructor
1/28/19 – 5/11/19 EXT 488 Internship Program: Team-Based Longitudinal Learning in Biodesign, Site Supervisor
8/31/18 – 12/7/18     EXT 488 Internship Program: Team-Based Longitudinal Learning in Biodesign, Site Supervisor
1/26/18 – 5/4/18       BME 499 Independent Research: Longitudinal Interdisciplinary Biodesign, Instructor
8/28/17 – 12/4/17 BME 499 Independent Research: Longitudinal Interdisciplinary Biodesign, Instructor

Prehospital

2015 – Pres. Paramedic Certified Instructor Coordinator
  Suffolk County EMS, Suffolk County, NY
2012 – Pres. Paramedic Clinical Preceptor
  Suffolk County EMS, Suffolk County, NY
2012 – 2017 Field Training Officer 
  Northwell Health Center for EMS Syosset, NY
2009 – 2019 Lecturer and Skills Instructor
  SBU Paramedic Program, Stony Brook, NY
2008 – 2010 EMT-B Teaching Assistant
  EMS Academy, Marshfield, MA

EDITORIAL & REVIEWER POSITIONS

1. Academic Emergency Medicine

Resident Editor: 2018 – 2019

Reviewer: 2018 – Present

2. Journal of Medical Toxicology

Reviewer: 2018 – Present

3. Stony Brook Medicine Emergency Department Kudos Newsletter

Editor in Chief: 2017 - Present


PUBLICATIONS

Book Chapters:

1. Maloney L. Emergency Awake Intubation. In: Weingart S, Borshoff D. The Resuscitation Crisis Manual. Leeuwin Press; 2018. p44-45.

Peer Reviewed:

1. Maloney LM, Williams D, Reardon L, Marshall R, Alian A, Boyle J, Secko M. Utility of different lung ultrasound simulation modalities used by paramedics during varied ambulance driving conditions. Submitted to Prehospital and Disaster Medicine on 1 June 2020.

2. Kotelnik V, Pesce K, Masterton M, Marshall R, Pigott G, Bialek N, Winslow N, Maloney LM. 12-lead electrocardiograms acquired and transmitted by Emergency Medical Technicians are of diagnostic quality and positively impact patient care. Submitted to Prehospital Emergency Medicine on 3 June 2020.

3. Maloney LM, Alptunaer T, Coleman G, Ismael S, McKenna P, Marshall R, Hernandez C, Williams, D. Prehospital Naloxone and Emergency Department Adverse Events: A Dose-Dependent Relationship. Submitted to Journal of Emergency Medicine on 24 January 2020.

4. Maloney LM, Seidman P, Zach K, Tewari N, Tito M, Page C. Use of gelatin puzzle phantoms to teach medical students isolated ultrasound transducer movements and fundamental concepts. BMC Medical Education, 2020, Vol 20, Issue 1:26. DOI:10.1186/s12909-020-1937-8. PMID:31996188.

5. Maloney LM, Marshall R, Werfel P, Johnson S. Using a Journal Club Series to Introduce Paramedic Students to Research Fundamentals and Critical Appraisal of Medical Literature. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 2019, Vol 34, Issue 4: 449-453. DOI:10.1017/S1049023X19004618. PMID:31322497.

6. Maloney LM, Dilger J, Werfel P, Cimino L. Are Audience Response Systems Worth the Cost? Comparing Question-Driven Teaching Strategies for Emergency Medical Technician Education. Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice, 2017, Vol 16, Issue 1, Article 8.

7. Maloney L, Zach K, Page C, Tewari N, Tito M, Seidman P. Integration of Low-Cost, Introductory Ultrasound Curriculum into Existing Procedural Skills Education for Preclinical Medical Students. Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, 2017, Vol 36: 367-373. DOI:10.7863/ultra.16.03108. PMID:28026892.

8. Seidman P, Maloney LM, Olvet D, Chandran L. Preclinical simulation training of medical students results in better procedural skills performance in end of year three objective structured clinical evaluation assessments. Medical Science Educator, 2017, Vol 27: 89-96. DOI:10.1007/s40670-017-0371-y.

9. Zach K, Maloney LM, Praslick A, Wackett A, Seidman P. Medical Student Personal Protective Equipment Training through Simulated Contamination. Medical Science Educator, 2016, Vol 26: 517-518. DOI:10.1007/s40670-016-0321-0.

10. Kim DP, Yahav J, Sperandeo M, Maloney L, McTigue M, Lin F, Clark RAF. High cell density attenuates reactive oxygen species: Implications for in vitro assays. Wound Repair and Regeneration, 2012, Vol 20: 74–82. DOI:10.1111/j.1524-475X.2011.00746.x. PMID:22107255.

Commentary/Perspective:

1. Maloney LM, Mycyk M. Honest Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest Advances Emergency Medicine Scholarship. Academic Emergency Medicine, 2019, Vol 26, No 6: 698-700. DOI:10.1111/acem.13718. PMID:30802334.

Abstracts:

1. Maloney L, Williams D, Boyle J, Secko M, Reardon L, Sherman M, McClure M, Iyer A, Crichlow S, Marshall R. “2019 American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Convention Official Proceedings: Training Paramedics on Pathological Ultrasound Findings: How Driving Conditions Effect in Situ Simulation.” Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, July 2019, Vol 38, Suppl 1: S11. DOI:10.1002/jum.15027. PMID 31233224. (abstract)

2. Maloney L, Johnson S, Delagi R, Marshall RT. “Abstracts for the 2019 NAEMSP Scientific Assembly: 185. County-Wide Assessment of Emergency Medical Services Provider Research Awareness and Involvement.” Prehospital Emergency Care, Jan/Feb 2019, Vol 23, No 1: 145. DOI:10.1080/10903127.2-18.1521488. PMID 30221576. (abstract)

3. Maloney L, Tewari N, Seidman P, Zach K, Iyer A, Page C. “Oral Presentations Abstracts, 22nd Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators, Henderson, NV, USA, June 9-12, 2018: Using a Series of Simple Puzzle Phantoms to Encourage Medical Student Understanding of Ultrasound Fundamentals: Scaling Up.” Medical Science Educator, December 2018, Vol 28, Supplement 1: S87. DOI:10.1007/s40670-018-00664-3. (abstract)

4. Chen L, Helou M, Maloney L, Seidman P, Chaaban L. “Puzzle-based ultrasound education for first-year medical students”. Anesthesia and Analgesia, April 2018, Vol 126, No 4: S-140. DOI: 10.1213/01.ane.0000547165.47222.9b. (abstract)

5. Maloney L, Secko M, Reardon L, Williams D, Rowe C, Soto C, Kneib J, Boyle J, McClure M, Iyer A, Marshall R. “SAEM18 Abstracts: Lung Ultrasonography by Paramedics and Emergency Physicians During Different Driving Conditions.” Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2018, Vol 25, No S1: S257. DOI:10.1111/acem.13424. (abstract)

6. Maloney L, Marshall R, Thode Jr H, Singer A, Johnson S. “Abstracts for the 2018 NAEMSP Scientific Assembly: 189. Assessment of Emergency Medical Services Provider Research Literacy and Involvement.” Prehospital Emergency Care, Jan/Feb 2018, Vol 22, No 1: 146. DOI: 10.1080/10903127.2017.1377791. PMID 28980864. (abstract)

7. Maloney L, Werfel P, R Marshall, Johnson S. “Abstracts for the 2018 NAEMSP Scientific Assembly: 119. Evaluating the Incorporation of a Journal Club Series into Paramedic Initial Education.” Prehospital Emergency Care, Jan/Feb 2018, Vol 22, No 1: 130. DOI: 10.1080/10903127.2017.1377791. PMID 28980864. (abstract)

8. Maloney L, Page C, Zach K, Tewari N, Tito M, Seidman P. “Poster Abstracts, 21st Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators, Burlington, VT, USA, June 10-13, 2017: Using a Series of Simple Puzzle Phantoms to Encourage Medical Student Understanding of Ultrasound Fundamentals: Preliminary Results.” Medical Science Educator, December 2017, Vol 27, Supplement 1: S39-40. DOI:10.1007/s40670-017-0530-1. (abstract)

9. Maloney L, Dilger J, Werfel P, Cimino L. “SAEM17 Abstracts: Facilitating Higher Order Learning in Emergency Medical Technician Students Using Teaching Strategies that Reinforce Adult Learning Principles.” Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2017, Vol 24, No S1: S229. DOI:10.1111/acem.13203. (abstract)

10. Zach K, Praslick A, Maloney L, Wackett A, Seidman P. “Oral Presentation Abstracts, 20th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators, Leiden, the Netherlands, June 4-7, 2016: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Instruction Through Simulated Contamination.” Medical Science Educator, December 2016, Vol 26, Supplement 1: S56. DOI:10.1007/s40670-016-0339-3. (abstract)

11. Maloney L, Zach K, Page C, Tewari N, Tito M, Seidman P. “Poster Abstracts, 20th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators, Leiden, The Netherlands, 4-7 June 2016: Integration of Ultrasound Curriculum into Existing Procedural Skills Education for Medical Students.” Medical Science Educator, December 2016, Vol 26, Supplement 1: S26. DOI:10.1007/s40670-016-0347-3. (abstract)

12. Maloney L, Rowe C, Ahmad S. “Developing a Skill-Specific Case Based Ultrasound Training Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents.” American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 2015, Vol 191: A5679. (abstract)

13. Maloney L, Zach K, Page C, Seidman PA. “Curriculum Development for Medical Student Ultrasound Education”. Anesthesia and Analgesia, March 2015, Vol 120, No 3: S-136. DOI:10.1213/01.ane.0000470325.07465.0f. (abstract)

14. Yahav J, Kim D, Maloney L, Lin F, McTigue M, Clark RA. “High cell density markedly increases resistance to oxidative stress”. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, April 2011, Vol 131: S135. (abstract)

Articles and Periodicals:

1. Maloney L. “Embracing Femininity in a Pandemic”. American Academy of Emergency Medicine Common Sense. https://www.aaem.org/resources/publications/common-sense/issues/feature…

2. Maloney L. “A Year in Review: Resident Editors, AEM Editorial Board”. Society of Academic Emergency Medicine Pulse. May-June 2019:16.

3. Maloney L, Wright B. “Concise Critical Appraisal: Examining Chest Compressions”. Society of Critical Care Medicine Critical eConnections. 3 August 2017. Online.

4. Maloney, Lauren M. “Courage and Constancy.” This I Believe. 6 Nov 2009. http://thisibelieve.org/essay/72596.

5. Maloney, Lauren M. "Courage and Constancy." The Stony Brook Statesman. 9 November 2009. Print.


SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS

Invited Conference Lecturer:

1. Maloney L. “Special Needs Patients.” Firemen’s Association of the State of New York 2020 Annual EMS Conference; 2020 January 24, Selden, NY.

2. Maloney L. “High Quality CPR: What it is & Why You Should Care.” The Saint Lucia Medical & Dental Association Emergency Medicine for All Practitioners Annual Conference, EMS Outreach Day; 2019 November 26, Vieux Fort, St. Lucia.

3. Maloney L. “High Quality CPR: What it is & Why You Should Care.” The Saint Lucia Medical & Dental Association Emergency Medicine for All Practitioners Annual Conference, EMS Outreach Day; 2019 November 25, Vieux Fort, St. Lucia.

4. Maloney L. “The Unknown of Naloxone.” 2019 Innovations in Emergency Medicine Workshop Series; 2019 November 2, Cutchogue, NY.

5. Maloney L. “Looking Past the Trauma.” New York State 2018 Vital Signs Conference; 2018 October 14, Syracuse, NY.

6. Maloney L. “Complications of Naloxone Use.” New York State 2018 Vital Signs Conference; 2018 October 14, Syracuse, NY.

7. Maloney L. “Why No Patient is Ever Just a Drunk.” New York State 2018 Vital Signs Conference; 2018 October 14, Syracuse, NY.

8. Maloney L. “Making it Work: With the Team You Have.” 1st Annual Thomas Lateulere Memorial EMS Conference, 2018 September 29, Sayville, NY.

9. Rowe C, Maloney L. “Which Came First, the Trauma or the Cardiac Event?” Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update 2017 Conference; 2017 December 7, New Orleans, LA.

10. Rowe C, Maloney L, Princi R, Ahmad S. “Cardiac Arrest Airway Management”. Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update 2017 Conference; 2017 December 4, New Orleans, LA.

11. Maloney L, Rowe C. “Bring EMS Call Review to Life: Progressive Disclosure Cases with In-situ Ambulance Simulation”. 17th International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare; 2017 January 31, Orlando, FL.

Oral Presentation:

1. Tsoulis M, Araujo J, Maloney L, McCormack J, Jawa R, Grossman M, Grossman M, Vosswinkel J, Rubano J. “Regional Views on Managing Patients on Anticoagulant/Antiplatelets after a Fall with Head Strike”. 15th Annual Academic Surgical Congress; 2020 February 5, Orlando, FL.

2. Maloney L, Williams D, Boyle J, Secko M, Reardon L, Sherman M, McClure M, Iyer A, Crichlow S, Marshal R. “Training paramedics on pathological ultrasound findings: how driving conditions effect in situ simulation”. 2019 American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Convention; 2019 April 7, Orlando, FL.

3. Maloney L, Huang E, Singer AJ, Jawa R. “Full Trauma Team Activation versus Partial Trauma Team Activation-  Does it Really Matter?” 14th Annual Academic Surgical Congress; 2019 February 6, Houston, TX.

4. Maloney L, Tewari N, Seidman P, Zach K, Iyer A, Page C. “Using a Series of Simple Puzzle Phantoms to Encourage Medical Student Understanding of Ultrasound Fundamentals: Scaling Up.” International Association of Medical Science Educators 22nd Annual Meeting; 2018 June 12, Henderson, NV.

5. Zach K, Maloney L, Praslick A, Wackett A, Seidman P. “Personal Protective Equipment Instruction Through Simulated Contamination”. International Association of Medical Science Educators 20th Annual Meeting; 2016 June 5, Leiden, the Netherlands.

International Poster:

1. Chen L, Helou M, Maloney L, Seidman P, Chaaban L. “Puzzle-Based Ultrasound Education for First-Year Medical Students.” International Anesthesia Research Society 2018 Annual Meeting and International Science Symposium; 2018 April 30; Chicago, IL.

2. Maloney L, Page C, Zach K, Tewari N, Tito M, Seidman P. “Using a series of simple puzzle phantoms to encourage medical student understanding of ultrasound fundamentals: preliminary results.” International Association of Medical Science Educators 21st Annual Meeting; 2017 June 12; Burlington, VT.

3. Helou M, Maloney L, Seidman P. “Puzzle-based ultrasound education for medical students.” International Anesthesia Research Society 2017 Annual Meeting and International Science Symposium; 2017 May 7; Washington, DC.

4. Maloney L, Zach K, Page C, Tewari N, Tito M, Seidman P. “Integration of Ultrasound Curriculum into Existing Procedural Skills Education for Medical Students.” International Association of Medical Science Educators 20th Annual Meeting; 2016 June, Leiden, the Netherlands.

5. Maloney L, Zach K, Page C, Wackett A, Seidman P. “Evaluation of Medical Students’ Ability to Learn Simple and Complex Ultrasound Psychomotor Skills Using Jell-O Phantoms”. International Anesthesia Research Society 2015 Annual Meeting and International Science Symposium; 2015 Mar 22; Honolulu, HI.

6. Maloney L, Rowe C, Ahmad S. “Developing a Skill-Specific Case Based Ultrasound Training Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents”. 15th International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare; 2015 Jan 12; New Orleans, LA.

National Poster:

1. Maloney L, Johnson S, Delagi R, Marshall R. “County-Wide Assessment of Emergency Medical Services Providers’ Research Awareness and Involvement.” National Association of EMS Physicians 2019 Annual Meeting; 2019 January11, Austin, TX.

2. Maloney L, Secko M, Reardon L, Williams D, Rowe C, Soto C, Kneib J, Boyle J, McClure M, Iyer A, Marshall R. “Lung Ultrasonography by Paramedics and Emergency Physicians During Different Driving Conditions”. Society of Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Conference; 2018 May 17, Indianapolis, IN.

3. Maloney L, Marshall R, Thode H, Singer A, Johnson S. “Assessment of Emergency Medical Services provider research literacy and involvement”. National Association of EMS Physicians 2018 Annual Meeting; 2018 January 12, San Diego, CA.

4. Maloney L, Werfel P, Marshall R, Johnson S. “Evaluating the incorporation of a journal club series into paramedic initial education”. National Association of EMS Physicians 2018 Annual Meeting; 2018 January 12, San Diego, CA.

5. Maloney L, Dilger J, Werfel P, Cimino L. “Facilitating higher order learning in Emergency Medical Technician students using teaching strategies that reinforce adult learning principles.” Society of Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Conference; 2017 May 18, Orlando, FL.

6. Praslick A, Zach K, Maloney L, Wackett A, Seidman P. “Personal Protective Equipment Instruction Through Simulated Contamination”. 2015 AAMC Medical Education Meeting; 2015 Nov 10, Baltimore, MD.

7. Yahav J, Kim D, Maloney L, Lin F, McTigue M, Clark RAF. “High cell density markedly increases resistance to oxidative stress”. Society of Investigative Dermatology 71st Annual Meeting; 2011 May 4-7; Phoenix, AZ.

8. Yahav J, Maloney L, Kim D, Lin F, McTigue M, Clark RAF. “In vitro oxidative stress assays: increased cell density increases cell viability and increases hydrogen peroxide removal”. Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine All-Hands Meeting; 2011 Jan; Clearwater, FL.

Regional Poster:

1. Maloney L, Marshall R, Thode H, Singer A, Johnson S. “Assessment of Emergency Medical Services provider research literacy and involvement”. New York ACEP 2018 Scientific Assembly, 2018 July 10, Bolton Landing, NY.

2. Maloney L, Secko M, Reardon L, Williams D, Rowe C, Soto C, Kneib J, Boyle J, McClure M, Iyer A, Marshall R. “Lung Ultrasonography by Paramedics and Emergency Physicians During Different Driving Conditions: Preliminary Results”. New York ACEP 2018 Scientific Assembly, 2018 July 10, Bolton Landing, NY.

Institutional Presentations:

1. Maloney L, Johnson S, Delagi R, Singer A, Thode H, Marshall R. “County-Wide Evaluation of EMS Providers’ Perceptions and Usage of Prehospital Research”. 27th Annual Stony Brook Medicine Dept of Emergency Medicine Resident Research Day; 27 June 2019, Stony Brook, NY.

2. Maloney L, Dilger J, Werfel P, Cimino L. “Facilitating higher order learning in prehospital emergency medicine providers using teaching strategies that reinforce adult learning principles”. Stony Brook University School of Medicine Scholarly Concentration Program Annual Research Day; 2016 April 27; Stony Brook, NY.

3. Maloney L, Dilger J, Werfel P, Cimino L. “Facilitating higher order learning in prehospital emergency medicine providers using teaching strategies that reinforce adult learning principles”. Stony Brook University School of Medicine 10th Annual Women in Medicine Research Day; 2016 March 30; Stony Brook, NY.

4. Praslick A, Zach K, Maloney L, Wackett A, Seidman P. “Personal Protective Equipment Instruction Through Simulated Contamination”. Stony Brook Medicine Dept of Anesthesiology Dr. Peter Glass 2015 Academic Research Evening; 2015 May 13, Stony Brook, NY.

5. Maloney L, Zach K, Page C, Wackett A, Seidman P. “Evaluation of Medical Students’ Ability to Learn Simple and Complex Ultrasound Psychomotor Skills Using Jell-O Phantoms”. Stony Brook Medicine Dept of Anesthesiology Dr. Peter Glass 2015 Academic Research Evening; 2015 May 13, Stony Brook, NY.

6. Maloney L, Zach K, Page C, Wackett A, Seidman P. “Evaluation of Medical Students’ Ability to Learn Simple and Complex Ultrasound Psychomotor Skills Using Jell-O Phantoms”. Stony Brook University School of Medicine 9th Annual Women in Medicine Research Day; 2015 May 11; Stony Brook, NY.

7. Pagnozzi L, Maloney L, Chang C, Bhatnagar D, Rafailovich M, Clark RAF. “Anisotropic skin layer compliance varies with skin cell orientation during healing”. 2011-2012 Stony Brook University URECA Celebration Undergraduate Research Symposium; 2012 April 25; Stony Brook, NY.

8. Buescher K, Hill R, Maloney L, Pagnozzi L, Pagnotti G, Rubin C, Liu J. “Development of a Wound Dressing Device that uses Mechanotransduction to Enable the Higher Ordered Healing of Chronic Wounds”. 2011-2012 Stony Brook University URECA Celebration Undergraduate Research Symposium; 2012 April 25; Stony Brook, NY.

9. Islam F, Maloney L, Wu H, Lehmann L, Frame M. “Blood Flow and Erythrocyte Flux in Microcirculation”. 2008-2009 Stony Brook University URECA Celebration Undergraduate Research Symposium; 2009 April 29; Stony Brook, NY.