Peter S. Pang, MS, MD
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Dr. Pang was born in Dearborn, Michigan and raised in a small town (Newark) in upstate New York. He graduated from Brown University in 1995 and after a year in Boston, went to medical school in San Antonio, at the University of Texas Health - San Antonio. He then completed his Emergency Medicine residency at Brigham & Woman's and Massachusetts General Hospital combined program, serving as Chief Resident in his 4th year. His first academic position was at Northwestern University. After 10 years, he left as Associate Chief as well as Associate Director of Experimental Therapeutics within the Center for Cardiovascular Innovation, and moved to Indiana University, where he is clinical faculty at both the Methodist and Eskenazi Emergency Departments.
His academic passion is acute heart failure. Most of his time is now spent in research. In 2016, he became the Chief Science Officer for Indianapolis EMS, working with the outstanding individuals who care for patients as part of CORE or mobile integrated health.
He has been married for 15 years to the most awesome wife in the world, Jennifer, and they have two sons, Joshua and Jonathan.
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Titles & Appointments
- Director, Clinical Research
- Chief Science Officer | CORE | Indianapolis EMS
American College of Emergency Physicians
American College of Cardiology
American Heart Association
Heart Failure Society of America
European Society of Cardiology Heart Failure Association
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