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Faith Quenzer

Title(s)RESID PHYS/SUBSPEC 4-8/REP, Emergency Medical Services
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Address9500 Gilman Drive #
La Jolla CA 92093
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    UC San DiegoUndergraduateBiochemistry and Cell Biology
    Western University of Health SciencesDO
    Desert Regional Medial CenterResidency
    UC San DiegoFellowshipClinical Research Scholar

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    Dr. Faith Quenzer was born and raised in Stockton, California. She obtained her undergraduate degree at UC San Diego in Biochemistry and Cell Biology. While living in San Diego she developed a mentorship program for at-risk youth and volunteered with the UCSD Student-Run Free Clinic. She worked throughout her undergraduate time in research labs at UCSD and The Scripps Research Institute. She went on to do work in epidemiology research while she applied for medical school. Ultimately, she chose to go to Western University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific (COMP). It was during this time that she became more involved in research through various epidemiological research in a local county ED and case reports. She did her Emergency Medicine Residency at Desert Regional Medical Center which is a located in the Coachella Valley and is a community-based Level II Trauma, STEMI, and Comprehensive Stroke Center. She has also continued her involvement in research projects including publishing case reports, a research abstract, several chapters for pocket guides in emergency medicine, wrote several articles for the American Academy of Emergency Medicine, and Women in Emergency Medicine podcasts.
    In addition to these professional accomplishments, Dr. Quenzer loves spending time outside with her husband, three-year-old son, and newborn daughter. She is interested in learning and writing about about the following: social media as a learning tool, burnout in medicine, women in emergency medicine, mentorship in medicine, among other topics for which she has a passion. Her hobbies include: surfing, kayaking, reading, journaling, learning new languages, traveling, and learning and playing new musical instruments.

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    1. "Botched": A Case Report of Silicone Embolism Syndrome After Penile and Scrotal Injection. Clin Pract Cases Emerg Med. 2020 Nov; 4(4):595-598. Singarajah A, Wang A, Sayegh J, Vilke GM, Quenzer FC. PMID: 33217281.
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    2. A Case of Covid-19 Diagnosed at Home With Portable Ultrasound and Confirmed With Home Serology Test. J Emerg Med. 2020 Oct 12. Aminlari A, Quenzer F, Hayden S, Stone J, Murchison C, Campbell C. PMID: 33288350.
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    3. Should Antiemetics be Given Prophylactically with Intravenous Opioids While Treating Acute Pain in the Emergency Department?: Clinical Practice Paper Approved by American Academy of Emergency Medicine Clinical Guidelines Committee. J Emerg Med. 2020 Apr; 58(4):706-709. Rowland KD, Fuehrer J, Motov SM, Vilke G, Rosenbaum SB, Quenzer F. PMID: 32216978.
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    4. Ruptured Visceral Artery Aneurysms: A Deadly Cause of Epigastric Pain. Clin Pract Cases Emerg Med. 2019 May; 3(2):132-136. Bradley S, Quenzer F, Wittler M. PMID: 31061969.
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    5. Dead Legs: A Case of Bilateral Leg Paralysis. Clin Pract Cases Emerg Med. 2017 Nov; 1(4):315-318. Quenzer F, Stillings J, Le J. PMID: 29849356.
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