Elaine Josephson Program Director  Born and raised in New York  Attended Medical School at New York Medical College  Emergency Medicine Residency training at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit  I have been a part of academic emergency medicine for over 25 years. My practice began in the regions of Pittsburgh, Detroit and Dayton before returning back to the New York area about 18 years ago.  I became a member of the Lincoln ED family in 2007. As the current Program Director for this longstanding Emergency Medicine Residency, the most rewarding aspect of my job is educating and working with an exceptional group of residents. It is incredibly satisfying to witness the graduates of our program move on to practice in both academic and community settings throughout the country.  My interests include medical education, wellness, Urologic emergencies, public relations, ED recidivism, public health and injury prevention.

Elaine Josephson
Program Director

Born and raised in New York

Attended Medical School at New York Medical College

Emergency Medicine Residency training at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit

I have been a part of academic emergency medicine for over 25 years. My practice began in the regions of Pittsburgh, Detroit and Dayton before returning back to the New York area about 18 years ago.

I became a member of the Lincoln ED family in 2007. As the current Program Director for this longstanding Emergency Medicine Residency, the most rewarding aspect of my job is educating and working with an exceptional group of residents. It is incredibly satisfying to witness the graduates of our program move on to practice in both academic and community settings throughout the country.

My interests include medical education, wellness, Urologic emergencies, public relations, ED recidivism, public health and injury prevention.

Marc Kanter Associate Chief Associate Program Director  Medical School: NY Medical College  Internship: Internal Medicine @ Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich CT  Residency: Lincoln Medical Center  I am honored to work in one of the busiest Emergency Departments in the U.S. in the largest public health system in the country. As a member of the department’s administrative leadership team, I serve as the Associate Chief of the department with a focus on clinical operations, performance and quality improvement.  I was very lucky to join the faculty at Lincoln as a member of the residency leadership team following training and have been involved in resident & student education ever since. I have a passion for medical education and am actively involved in education and clinical research. I am a graduate of the ACEP teaching fellowship and a member of the ALLNYCEM steering committee.  I also have a background in EMS, working in a number of different systems throughout NY and continued with EM and EMS based research throughout medical school. I am a former member of the national ACEP EMS committee and have an interest in Tactical E

Marc Kanter
Associate Chief
Associate Program Director

Medical School: NY Medical College

Internship: Internal Medicine @ Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich CT

Residency: Lincoln Medical Center

I am honored to work in one of the busiest Emergency Departments in the U.S. in the largest public health system in the country. As a member of the department’s administrative leadership team, I serve as the Associate Chief of the department with a focus on clinical operations, performance and quality improvement.

I was very lucky to join the faculty at Lincoln as a member of the residency leadership team following training and have been involved in resident & student education ever since. I have a passion for medical education and am actively involved in education and clinical research. I am a graduate of the ACEP teaching fellowship and a member of the ALLNYCEM steering committee.

I also have a background in EMS, working in a number of different systems throughout NY and continued with EM and EMS based research throughout medical school. I am a former member of the national ACEP EMS committee and have an interest in Tactical E

Andaleeb Raja Associate Program Director Medical Toxicologist  Residency: Lincoln Medical Center  Toxicology Fellowship: UPMC  "I know one thing the gangsta's got.....that's Lincoln hospital." - esteemed patient  Attending. Toxicologist. Professional resident beater. Game of thrones. World traveler. East coast for life.

Andaleeb Raja
Associate Program Director
Medical Toxicologist

Residency: Lincoln Medical Center

Toxicology Fellowship: UPMC

"I know one thing the gangsta's got.....that's Lincoln hospital." - esteemed patient

Attending. Toxicologist. Professional resident beater. Game of thrones. World traveler. East coast for life.

Rui Domingues  Associate Program Director  Residency: Lincoln Medical Center

Rui Domingues

Associate Program Director

Residency: Lincoln Medical Center

Daniel Singer Faculty Director of Ultrasound  Undergraduate: University of Michigan  Med School: Wayne State University School of Medicine  Residency: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai  Fellowships: POCUS and Critical Care Medicine at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai  Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. University of Michigan alumni and huge supporter. Go Blue! Interests include Michigan football/basketball, eating sushi.

Daniel Singer
Faculty
Director of Ultrasound

Undergraduate: University of Michigan

Med School: Wayne State University School of Medicine

Residency: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Fellowships: POCUS and Critical Care Medicine at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. University of Michigan alumni and huge supporter. Go Blue! Interests include Michigan football/basketball, eating sushi.

Muhammed Waseem Faculty Director of Research  I, Muhammad Waseem, MBBS, MS, am a Pediatric Emergency Medicine physician at Lincoln Medical & Mental Health Center (LMMHC). Lincoln Hospital is a level I Trauma Center in the South Bronx and a member of NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation. I provide acute care to a broad spectrum of critically ill and injured children. I am also Research Director for the Department of Emergency Medicine and in that capacity I design, conduct and publish research studies.

Muhammed Waseem
Faculty
Director of Research

I, Muhammad Waseem, MBBS, MS, am a Pediatric Emergency Medicine physician at Lincoln Medical & Mental Health Center (LMMHC). Lincoln Hospital is a level I Trauma Center in the South Bronx and a member of NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation. I provide acute care to a broad spectrum of critically ill and injured children. I am also Research Director for the Department of Emergency Medicine and in that capacity I design, conduct and publish research studies.

Moira McCarty Faculty Attending  Witness and participant in the exciting world of EM education at Lincoln. Committed to the patients of the South Bronx now and forever. Best place to work, unforgettable place to train.

Moira McCarty
Faculty
Attending

Witness and participant in the exciting world of EM education at Lincoln. Committed to the patients of the South Bronx now and forever. Best place to work, unforgettable place to train.



Jason West Faculty Attending  I attended Missouri State University on a full scholarship and completed my medical school training at Saint Louis University School of Medicine, where I graduated with a Distinction in Research and received an Medical Student Excellence award from the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM). I rotated in a NYC Health + Hospitals ED during medical school, where I found my passion for giving care to the NYC Health + Hospitals' undeserved population in the great city of New York. I am a graduate of the Jacobi/Montefiore Emergency Medicine training program of Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx borough of New York. I have considered it my mission to be an provider, resident educator, and researcher within this undeserved borough of New York.  At Lincoln, I have academic interests and publications airway management, trauma, headache, critical care, knowledge translation, critical care, and evidence-based emergency medicine.

Jason West
Faculty
Attending

I attended Missouri State University on a full scholarship and completed my medical school training at Saint Louis University School of Medicine, where I graduated with a Distinction in Research and received an Medical Student Excellence award from the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM). I rotated in a NYC Health + Hospitals ED during medical school, where I found my passion for giving care to the NYC Health + Hospitals' undeserved population in the great city of New York. I am a graduate of the Jacobi/Montefiore Emergency Medicine training program of Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx borough of New York. I have considered it my mission to be an provider, resident educator, and researcher within this undeserved borough of New York.

At Lincoln, I have academic interests and publications airway management, trauma, headache, critical care, knowledge translation, critical care, and evidence-based emergency medicine.

Lee Donner Faculty Attending  Undergraduate: SUNY Binghamton  Medical School: SUNY Downstate  Residency: UMDNJ  My career in Lincoln began in 2013 after completing my residency in the great state of NJ. I returned to New York to serve the people of the South Bronx, joining the most dedicated faculty around. Since coming on board I've developed a special interest in patient safety and good parenting and hope that the synergy between the two will reap untold benefits on emergency medicine residents for generations.

Lee Donner
Faculty
Attending

Undergraduate: SUNY Binghamton

Medical School: SUNY Downstate

Residency: UMDNJ

My career in Lincoln began in 2013 after completing my residency in the great state of NJ. I returned to New York to serve the people of the South Bronx, joining the most dedicated faculty around. Since coming on board I've developed a special interest in patient safety and good parenting and hope that the synergy between the two will reap untold benefits on emergency medicine residents for generations.

Mary Ryan  Faculty  Director of SART  Went to medical school at University College Dublin, Ireland.  EM residency at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine Integrated Residency In Emergency Medicine.  Fellowship in Clinical Forensic Medicine, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY.  EM faculty at Lincoln since 1998. Assistant Professor in Medicine, Weill Medical College of Cornell University. Bronx SART Site Director.

Mary Ryan

Faculty

Director of SART

Went to medical school at University College Dublin, Ireland.
EM residency at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine Integrated Residency In Emergency Medicine.
Fellowship in Clinical Forensic Medicine, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY.
EM faculty at Lincoln since 1998.
Assistant Professor in Medicine, Weill Medical College of Cornell University.
Bronx SART Site Director.

Jim Reilly  Faculty  Medical School: Boston University  Residency: Lincoln Medical Center   Session drummer, computer geek, and Pat Benatar advocate.

Jim Reilly

Faculty

Medical School: Boston University

Residency: Lincoln Medical Center


Session drummer, computer geek, and Pat Benatar advocate.

Nail Cemalovic  Medical School: St. George’s University  Residency: Lincoln Medical Center  Critical Care Fellowship: Montefiore

Nail Cemalovic

Medical School: St. George’s University

Residency: Lincoln Medical Center

Critical Care Fellowship: Montefiore

Nicholas Caputo Faculty Associate Chief  I'm NYC to the bone and my passion is Emergency Medicine. I grew up out on LI, spent my youth playing football and was lucky enough to play in college. I became interested in science and research which led me to do a Master's of Science program and the complete my MD. Trained in General Surgery and Emergency Medicine here in NYC. Stayed in the SoBro after residency to gain some attending experience in one of the busiest ERs in the U.S. before going off to Australia to complete a fellowship in Critical Care and Retrieval Medicine. Currently, I am the Associate Chief of the Department and Director of ED Critical Care and Adult Research. My research interests are in trauma, sepsis, occult shock, airway, human factors, among other cool topics.

Nicholas Caputo
Faculty
Associate Chief

I'm NYC to the bone and my passion is Emergency Medicine. I grew up out on LI, spent my youth playing football and was lucky enough to play in college. I became interested in science and research which led me to do a Master's of Science program and the complete my MD. Trained in General Surgery and Emergency Medicine here in NYC. Stayed in the SoBro after residency to gain some attending experience in one of the busiest ERs in the U.S. before going off to Australia to complete a fellowship in Critical Care and Retrieval Medicine. Currently, I am the Associate Chief of the Department and Director of ED Critical Care and Adult Research. My research interests are in trauma, sepsis, occult shock, airway, human factors, among other cool topics.

Karlene Hosford  Faculty  Medical Student Coordinator

Karlene Hosford

Faculty

Medical Student Coordinator

Yemina Warshaver

Yemina Warshaver

Anthony Scoccimarro  Faculty  Attending     Undergraduate: Seton Hall  Medical School: UMDNJ - NJMS  Residency: Lincoln  Medical Toxicology Fellowship: UPMC

Anthony Scoccimarro

Faculty

Attending


Undergraduate: Seton Hall

Medical School: UMDNJ - NJMS

Residency: Lincoln

Medical Toxicology Fellowship: UPMC