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Ann-Jeannette Geib, MD

 

    Present Title:
    Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine

    Director Toxicology
    Rutgers - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    7/09-Present

 

 

Office Address:
One Robert Wood Johnson Place
MEB Room 104
New Brunswick , NJ 08901
Tel: 732-235-8717

Undergraduate Education:
Villanova University
Villanova, Pa
Biology BS Honors Program, 8/92–5/96

Graduate Education:
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Camden, NJ 8/96-5/00

Post Graduate Training

  • Harvard Medical Toxicology Fellowship,
    Children’s Hospital
    Boston, MA  7/04 – 6/06
  • Morristown Memorial Hospital Emergency Medicine Residenc
    7/01-6/04

  • UMDNJ - University Hospital
    Preliminary Internal Medicine Internship
    7/00-6/01

Academic Appointments:
Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
UMDNJ – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
7/09-present

Hospital Appointments:

  • Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital
    Attending Physician
    7/09- Present
  • Pinnacle Health System, Harrisburg, PA- Emergency Medicine and Medical Toxicolog
    7/06 –  6/09
  • Nashoba Valley Medial Center, Ayer, MA- Emergency Medicin
    11/04-11-06

Licensure:

  • New Jersey – Active: 2008
  • Commonwealth of Pennsylvania – Active: 2006

Certification:

  • American Board of Emergency Medicine, Medical Toxicology Sub-Board, 2006

  • American Board of Emergency Medicine, Diplomate 2006

Professional Organizations:

  • American College of Emergency Physicians
  • American College of Medical Toxicology 2004 - Present
  • American Academy of Clinical Toxicology 2004 – Present

Clinical Responsibilities:

  • Attending Emergency Physician – RWJUH
  • Attending Medical Toxicologist – RWJUH

Teaching Responsibilities:
Duties include supervision and teaching of rotating residents and Toxicology fellow.

Research Interests:

  • Intravenous Lipid Emulsion Rescue for Drug-Induced Cardiotoxicity
  • Risperidone Therapy for Serotonin Syndrome
  • Safety of Physostigmine for Central Anticholinergic Toxicity