Undergrad: University of California, Berkeley (Molecular Biology)
Medical School: University of California, San Diego
Residency: Scripps Mercy Hospital (Internship)
University of California, San Diego
Dr. Christian Sloane grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and attended UC Berkeley for his undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology. He attended medical school at UCSD, graduating in 1997. His transitional internship was at Scripps Mercy Hospital followed by residency in Emergency Medicine at UCSD where he was Chief Resident. After working for a year at Kaiser San Diego, Tri-City Medical Center, Jackson Hole, WY and UCSD, he took a full time faculty position at UCSD where he has worked since. He received the Golden Apple Teaching Award in 2005. Dr. Sloane is also a member of DMAT CA-4 and deployed with the team to the New Orleans Airport in support of the medical evacuation after Hurricane Katrina. He was appointed Associate Residency Director in March of 2008. He is the student elective Director of the Wilderness Medical Society’s Student Elective in Wilderness and Environmental Medicine. Current research interests include less lethal weapons, with particular focus on the Taser and other law enforcement tools. He was a cast member on an upcoming episode of "Fight Science", that examined the use of some of the devices. He has also done some work with respect to injury prevention in police officers who wear body armor. In his spare time he enjoys time with his family, sailing, and flying general aviation aircraft. Publications
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