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New York University/Bellevue Medical Center/NYC Poison Control Center, Medical Toxicology (2007)
Dr. Stolbach is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and Medical Toxicology. He leads our Toxicology training Curricula and works clinically at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He serves as a consultant to the Maryland Poison Center, is a member of the Johns Hopkins Hospital P&T Committee, and is a Johns Hopkins IRB co-Chair.
He was a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Life Science along with a minor in history. He furthered his education at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine and received his Doctorate of Medicine Degree in 2002. Dr. Stolbach completed his Emergency Medicine Residency at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York City from 2002-2005 where he was Chief Resident. He completed his Fellowship in Medical Toxicology at Bellevue Medical Center and New York University School of Medicine.
Dr. Stolbach has received Honors and Awards including:
He is recognized as a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Medicine, American College of Medical Toxicology, and American Academy of Clinical Toxicology.
Dr. Stolbach has developed a 10-part online toxicology training program that is currently being used by a number of emergency medicine residency programs. He has also created toxicology webinars and online modules for the American College of Medical Toxicology and United States ATSDR. He is currently writing an opioid prescribing teaching module for emergency and primary care providers.
Dr. Stolbach has multiple publications to his credit and many accomplishments and accreditations in his career including: In 1998, Dr. Stolbach was the Northeast Regional Greco-Roman Wrestling, Silver Medalist; In 2001, he completed the Marine Corps Marathon; In 2003, 2004, and 2006 he completed the New York City Marathon; In 2005, he completed the Baltimore Marathon.
Development of clinical toxicology educational programs.