Ram Duriseti

Emergency medicine doctor

Clinical Associate Professor, Surgery - Emergency Medicine

Emergency Department

  • 900 Quarry Road Extension
  • Stanford, CA 94304
  • Phone: 650-723-5111
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Professional Education

Residency: Stanford University School of Medicine (2000) CA

Board Certification: Emergency Medicine, American Board of Emergency Medicine (2001)

Internship: UCI Medical Center (1997) CA

Medical Education: University of Michigan School of Medicine (1996) MI

Ph.D., Stanford University, Computational Decision Modeling (2007)

MD, University of Michigan, Medicine (1996)

BS, Stanford University, Biology (1991)

BA, Stanford University, Political Economy (1991)

Cost-Effectiveness of Strategies for Diagnosing Pulmonary Embolism Among Emergency Department Patients Presenting With Undifferentiated Symptoms
Duriseti, R. S., & Brandeau, M. L. (2010). Cost-Effectiveness of Strategies for Diagnosing Pulmonary Embolism Among Emergency Department Patients Presenting With Undifferentiated Symptoms. ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 56(4), 321-332.

Musculoskeltal Emergencies
Ram Duriseti. (2010). Musculoskeltal Emergencies. A Practical Guide to Pediatric Emergency Medicine.

Gastrointestinal Emergencies
Ram Duriseti. (2010). Gastrointestinal Emergencies. A Practical Guide to Pediatric Emergency Medicine.

Using Influence Diagrams in Cost Effectiveness Analysis for Medical Decisions
Ram Duriseti. (2008). Using Influence Diagrams in Cost Effectiveness Analysis for Medical Decisions. Optimization in Medicine and Biology.

Non-Bayesian Classification to Obtain High Quality Clinical Decisions
Ram Duriseti. (2008). Non-Bayesian Classification to Obtain High Quality Clinical Decisions. Optimization in Medicine and Biology.

Value of quantitative D-dimer assays in identifying pulmonary embolism: Implications from a sequential decision model
Duriseti, R. S., Shachter, R. D., & Brandeau, M. L. (2006). Value of quantitative D-dimer assays in identifying pulmonary embolism: Implications from a sequential decision model. ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 13(7), 755-766.