Dr. Moore has established and directed the Emergency Ultrasound Section over the last thirteen years. He is fellowship trained in emergency ultrasound and founded and directed the Yale Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship over the last twelve years. His research interest are in diagnostic testing in the emergency department setting, particularly imaging tests such as ultrasound and computed tomography. He is currently funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) to disseminate the appropriate use of reduced-dose CT scan protocols in renal colic (kidney stone).
In addition to his research, Dr. Moore runs the emergency ultrasound rotation, a required rotation for emergency medicine residents which is also popular as an elective both with Yale residents from other services, medical students and trainees from other institutions. He teaches ultrasound as part of the first year Yale School of Medicine Anatomy Course and is involved in the point-of-care ultrasound education pilot for the Yale School of Medicine, now in its third year. He has established and directed the New England Point-of-care Ultrasound Course, one of the largest courses in the country, which is has also been given in the Caribbean the last four years. He is past-chair of the Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound Section at the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) where he is a senior member and a former member of the AIUM Board of Governors.
Associate Professor, Yale University School of Medicine, Connecticut, United States