Dr. Temesgen Beyene , MD, is currently Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Critical Care at Addis Ababa University College of Health Sciences, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia after he has speciality certificate in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care from the same university in 2018.He is a specialist physician in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care attending Tikur Anbessa Specialized Hospital Emergency Department. He was at the rank of lecturer and Chief Emergency Medicine resident at Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia. His work focuses on the clinical care of acute disease and emergency care of critically ill patients. He graduated from Harvard Medical School Global Clinical Research Scholars Training Program in the year 2017.
Dr. Temesgen Beyene’s areas of interest include clinical research, public health aspects of emergency medicine and disaster preparedness and planning involving the different hospitals located within the capital city of Addis Ababa, where he coordinated disaster drill simulations through an initiative of the Ministry of Health and School of Medicine. He is currently involved in educating his juniors, creating media based education focusing on public health emergencies including road traffic accident preventions and pre-hospital care initiatives. He also has special interest in Emergency Medicine system development in resource limited settings. Beyene is also Humanitarian Innovation Imitative (HI2) international fellow at Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs as well as alumni of Brown International Advanced Research Institute (BIARI). He is senior reviewer for Global Emergency Medicine Literature Review(GEMLR) group, a yearly publication of International Academic Emergency Medicine journal, after serving as a junior reviewer since 2016.