Andrew Liteplo is the Director of Emergency Ultrasound at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA. He went to medical school at NYU, trained in emergency medicine at Kings County Hospital Center in Brooklyn, NY, and completed an Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center in 2006. He has been at faculty member at MGH since that time and founded the MGH Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship 10 years ago, and still serves as the Fellowship Director. He has lectured extensively nationally and internationally and has been an active member of SAEM, ACEP, AIUM, SCUF and WINFOCUS. He is the Past-President of the Academy of Emergency Ultrasound of SAEM. He is the creator of SonoGames(TM), the SAEMMIES (AEUS Research Awards), and of the SCUF Annual Meeting. His primary research interests include lung and critical care ultrasound, ultrasou8nd in medical educationand the use of ultrasound in global health and with telemedicine. He lives in Brookline, MA with his wife and two sons.
Chief, Division of Emergency Ultrasound and Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Director, Massachusetts General Hospital, Massachusetts, United States