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Brendan James Flanagan

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine

Overview


I graduated from UMass Medical School in 2015 and came down to Duke to complete my Emergency Medicine residency. I served as Chief Resident in my last year of residency and graduated from the program in 2018. I stayed on as an Assistant Professor with the Duke Emergency Department where I continue to to practice and teach. My primary academic interests are education and wellness in medicine with a focus on reforming medical education culture to produce healthier, happier and more resilient clinicians. I teach multiple courses for the Duke School of Medicine and serve as an instructor and mentor to current residents.

Current Appointments & Affiliations


Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine · 2021 - Present Emergency Medicine, Clinical Science Departments

Education, Training & Certifications


University of Massachusetts, Medical School · 2015 M.D.
University of Massachusetts, Amherst · 2011 B.S.