Judd E Hollander, MD, is Professor and Clinical Research Director in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He graduated from New York University Medical School in 1986 and completed an internal medicine residency at Barnes Hospital in 1989, and an emergency medicine residency at Jacobi Hospital in 1992. His research interests include risk stratification and treatment of patients with potential acute coronary syndromes and congestive heart failure; cocaine-associated cardiovascular complications; and laceration and wound management. Dr Hollander has published over 200 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, and editorials on these and other topics. He is the past shair of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Program Committee and a past member of the SAEM Board of Directors (2000 to 2003). He has been a member of the Emergency Medicine Foundation Scientific Review Committee (1996 to 2003) and is past chair of this committee (2000 to 2002). Dr Hollander is currently a deputy editor for the Annals of Emergency Medicine and has served as associate editor for Academic Emergency Medicine and as a reviewer for NEJM, JAMA, Circulation, JACC, as well as for many other emergency medicine and cardiology journals. Dr Hollander was awarded the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Award for Outstanding Research in 2001 and the Hal Jayne SAEM Academic Excellence Award in 2003.