Michael Filbin, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Emergency Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital
Physician Investigator (Cl)
Emergency Medicine, Mass General Research Institute
|MD Baylor College of Medicine 1998|
|MS Harvard School of Public Health 2017|
Dr. Filbin attended Baylor College of Medicine in Houston (MD, 1998), and thereafter completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at the combined Harvard-Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency (HAEMR) program in Boston (2002). He has practiced emergency medicine at Mass General since 2002; his research has focused on early detection and management of septic shock.
He was co-author on the landmark ProCESS trial — Protocolized Care for Early Septic Shock – that demonstrated equivalency of protocol-based therapy to usual care in early septic shock. This work has led to a renewed national focus on early detection of sepsis prior to the onset of shock.
Dr. Filbin has been a leader in the Mass General Sepsis Care Redesign and Partners-wide sepsis initiatives. He has received funding from the MIT-Mass General Grand Challenge, CRICO Risk Management Foundation, and Nihon-Kohden Corporation for his work in early detection, intervention, and quality assessment for patients with septic shock in the Emergency Department.
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