Year of Residency Completion: 2019
Year of Fellowship Completion: 2021
State: New Mexico
Facility/School: University of New Mexico
Position: Assistant Professor of the Department of Emergency Medicine
Years of Experience in Critical Care: 2
Areas of Interest: Trauma and Critical Care, Airway Emegencies

Biography

Ally M. Hynes, MD is a board certified Emergency Medicine Physician whom completed her fellowship training in Trauma and Surgical Critical Care at the University of Pennsylvania in August of 2021 where she served as the SCC Chief Administrative Fellow. She will be starting as an Assistant Professor of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of New Mexico, where she will be joining one of the largest groups of emergency medicine trained critically care intensivists. Her clinical and academical interest include trauma and critical care in addition to airway emergencies.  She has directed several courses and taught physicians, care providers and trainees of various backgrounds and training levels.

Speaking Engagements

  • Hynes A. (July 2021). Q Fever Masquerading as Legionnaires' Disease in an Endovascular Stent Infection. Surgical Infection Society 40th Annual Meeting, Virtual.
  • Hynes, A. (June 2021) Perioperative Cardiac Arrest. Cardiothoracic Surgical Intensive Care Unit Lecture Series. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Hynes, A. (April 2021). Staying on Target: Maintaining a Balanced Resuscitation During Damage Control Resuscitation Improves Survival. Penn Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine: The 9th Annual Emergency Medicine Research Day, Virtual. 
  • Hynes, A. (March 2021).  Characteristics of Procedures During an Airway Rapid Response. Philip Drinker Philadelphia Critical Care Society, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Hynes, A. (February 2021). Staying on Target: Maintaining a Balanced Resuscitation During Damage Control Resuscitation Improves Survival. Western Trauma Association Annual Meeting, Virtual.
  • Hynes, A. (January 2021) Surgeons Play a Vital Role in Airway Rapid Responses-Especially with the High Incidence of Tracheostomy Related Complications. 50th Annual Society of Critical Care Medicine Scientific Assembly, Virtual. 
  • Hynes, A. (Jan 2021). Euglycemic DKA. Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Interdisciplinary Pulmonary Conference Lecture Series. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Hynes, A. (January 2021). ARVD Work-Up in a Trauma Activation. University of Pennsylvania SCC Lecture Series, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Hynes A. (August 2020). Managing Reduced Platelet Function in Spontaneous ICH. University of Pennsylvania SCC Lecture Series. Philadelphia, PA.
  • Hynes, A., et al. (June 2020). Surgical Critical Care Interesting Cases. The American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST). Presented with Dr. James Byrne, Dr. Lane Frasier and Dr. Mark Seamon. Virtual Grand Rounds. 
  • Hynes, A. (May 2019). Board Review: Hemorrhagic Shock. Oregon Fire Department, Oregon, OH
  • Hynes, A. (May 2019). Board Review: Difficulty Breathing. Oregon Fire Department, Oregon, OH
  • Hynes, A. (May 2019). Board Review: Trauma in Special Populations. Oregon Fire Department, Oregon, OH
  • Hynes, A. (May 2019). Board Review: Neurological Emergencies. Oregon Fire Department, Oregon, OH
  • Hynes, A. (May 2017). Assessment of Internet Videos of Anterior Shoulder Dislocation Reduction Techniques. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting 2017, Orlando, FL.
  • Hynes, A. (May 2017). Assessment of Internet Videos of Anterior Shoulder Dislocation Reduction Techniques. 17th Annual Mercy Health-Toledo Regional Research Symposium, Toledo, OH. 
  • Hynes, A. et al. (September 2016) Assessment of Internet Videos of Anterior Shoulder Dislocation Reduction Techniques. Presented with Dr. Courtney Keel at Society for Academic Emergency medicine Midwest Regional Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

 

 

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