Nirmal Jacob

MBBS
Instructor/Resident

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Publications
Selected Publications: 
Jacob N., and Schwartz, BE. Oral presentation (by Jacob N) on the study entitled Manual Palpation Versus Femoral Arterial Doppler Ultrasound for Comparison of Pulse Check Time During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation at the American College of Emergency Physicians annual 2019 conference at the Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO; on 10/29/2019
Schwartz, BE., Huis in 't Veld, M., Meade Gregory, M., Jacob, N., Lowie, B., Cruz-Cano, R., Najafali, D., Manual Palpation Versus Femoral Arterial Doppler Ultrasound for Comparison of Pulse Check Time During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in the Emergency Department, A Pilot Study – Accepted for publication in the Journal of Emergency Medicine
Lurie, T., Tran, Q., Schwartz, BE., Oberhaus, K., Shou, D., Gandhi, P., and Jacob, N. Accuracy of History of Present Illness and Physical Exam Findings in Detecting Serious Head and Spinal Injury from Traumatic Near Shore Aquatic Injuries – Manuscript ready for submission.
Jacob N., Schwartz BE., Meade Gregory M., Wooten A., and Ledbetter J. A Novel Curriculum to Improve Clinical Knowledge Amongst Undergraduate Research Assistants in The Emergency Department – under review, West Journal of Emergency Medicine.
Pandey M., Kittock C., Lue N., Jacob N., Thomas R., Genis A., Adikaram P., Zhang JH., Chen CK., and Simonds WF. R7-RGS-Gbeta5 modulates GABA-B signaling in sensory neurons for mechanosensation – manuscript in preparation.
Zhang J., Pandey M., Awe A., Lue N., Kittock C., Chen W., Yang Y., Adikaram P., Jacob N., Greenfest-Allen E., Thomas R., Wang X., Li Y., and Simonds W.F. Gene-to-gene damaging variant rate analysis uncovers novel genes associated with Alzheimer’s disease – submitted to Nature Genetics for review.
Education
Education and Professional Positions: 
Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery, Dr. Somervell Memorial Medical College, Kerala, India, 2014
Abstracts
Selected Abstracts: 
Schwartz, BE., Jacob, N., Berhane, B., Ledbetter, J., Wills, BK., and Meade Gregory, M. Can Verbal De-escalation Training for Emergency Department Physicians Reduce Aggression in Agitated Patients Presenting to The Emergency Department – Abstract for resubmission.
Resident Location
Current Resident Location: 
Residency Curriculum
Residency Curriculum: 
PGY-2
Postdoctoral Training
Postdoctoral Training: 
Internal Medicine Residency, Prince George's Hospital Center, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD

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