Dr. Das is an Emergency Medicine physician in the Emory Department of Emergency Medicine. He completed his undergraduate training at Emory University in Atlanta, GA and went on to earn his MPH at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory with a concentration in Environmental and Occupational Health. After completing medical school at the Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State Univeristy in Dayton, OH he completed his residency in Emergency Medicine back in Atlanta at Emory. Dr. Das, also has a Masters in Business Administration. He is involved in organized medicine and is passionate about advocating for patients and physicians, specifically issues related to access to care.
Shamie Das, MD, MBA, MPH
- Emergency Medicine
- ABMS Emergency Medicine
Education & Training
- Medical School: Wright State University, Boonshoft School of Medicine
- Residency: Emory University School of Medicine
J. Das Sarma, S. Das and M. Koval. ÒRegulation of connexin43 oligomerization is saturable.Ó Cell Commun. and Adhesion 2006: (12)237-247. (PubMed).S. Das, J.
Das Sarma, J. D. Ritzenthaler, T. Smith, J. Maza, B. E. Kaplan, L. A. Cunningham, L. Suaud, R. C. Rubenstein, M. Koval. ÒRegulation of connexin43 oligomerization and trafficking by ERp29,Ó Mol Biol Cell 2009: (20) 2593-2604. (PubMed).
Schrager JD, Shayne P, Wolf S, Das S, Patzer, RE, White M, Heron S ÒFitBits for Health and Wellness? Assessing the Effect of a Wearable Device for Tracking Physical Activity on the Exercise Practices and Wellness of Emergency Medicine ResidentsÓ Submitted to Academic Medicine, Aug 2015 b.
Das S, Tarek H, Lall M, Musculoskeletal Disorders. Emergency Medicine: PreTest Self-Assessment and Review, 4th Ed., edited by Adam J. Rosh
Das S, Khan M, Lall M, Emerging Infectious Diseases. Emergency Medicine: PreTest Self-Assessment and Review, 4th Ed., edited by Adam J. Rosh