Dr. Anthony Rosen, assistant professor of emergency medicine, is the 2020 winner of the New York American College of Emergency Physicians (New York ACEP) Rising Star Researcher award.
The award recognizes and highlights successful researchers and research in emergency medicine within New York State. It also seeks to identify research faculty to act as mentors for early career researchers within the state.
Awardees must have authored and published at least four peer-reviewed manuscripts in a focused area of research; demonstrated significant interest in a research career; spent the majority of their career in New York State; have less than ten years of experience in emergency medicine; and have at least submitted or obtained two grants.
Dr. Rosen specializes in geriatric emergency medicine and is known for his passion and dedication to research on older adults. His groundbreaking research on elder abuse and geriatric injury prevention has garnered several awards including the Paul B. Beeson Emerging Leaders Career Development Award and the 2019 SAEM Young Investigator Award. He has also been the recipient of several grants including an R01 from the National Institute on Aging.
Dr. Rosen spearheads the Department’s Vulnerable Elder Protection Team (VEPT) program which focuses on improving the detection, assessment and management of elder abuse/neglect victims. He earned his medical degree from Weill Cornell Medical College and completed his residency in emergency medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center.