Gregory Wu, MD FAAEM

Assistant Professor, Albany Medical Center

Year of Residency Completion: 2017
Year of Fellowship Completion: 2019
State: New York
Facility/School: Albany Medical Center
Position: Assistant Professor
Years of Experience in Critical Care: 2
Areas of Interest: COVID-19, pulmonary emboli, alcohol withdrawal, DKA, bronchoscopy, mechanical ventilation


Greg is an Emergency and Critical Care Medicine who grew up in the Boston area but has spent most of his adult life wandering up and down the I-90 corridor. He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Albany Medical Center in 2017, serving as chief resident. He then completed a Critical Care Medicine fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in 2019. Since then he has returned to Albany, working as an Emergency physician and Medical intensivist. He is also the Clerkship Director for Critical Care for the 4th year medical students at Albany Medical College. He worked with multiple groups within Albany Medical Center and the Capital region to improve access to care for COVID-19 patients and to standardize the latest treatments. He is co-lead physician for the COVID-19 Monoclonal Antibody Service. His interests include COVID-19, PEs, bronchoscopy, process improvement, and griping about the Patriots.

Speaking Engagements

  • Wu, G. (June 2021). “Bringing the Bronchoscope to the Bedside.” AAEM 2021, St. Louis, MO.
  • Wu, G (June, 2021). “Every Breath You Take: Management of the Critically Ill COVID-19 Patient.” Albany VA Grand Rounds, Albany, NY.
  • Wu, G (May, 2021). “Building the Airplane As We Flew It: Treatments and Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Ellis Internal Medicine Grand Rounds, Schenectady, NY.
  • Wu, G. (April, 2021). “Love in a Time of Coronavirus: Management of the COVID-19 Lung.” First Annual Albany Medical Center Respiratory Teaching Day, Albany, NY.
  • Wu, G. (October, 2019). “Teaching Old Drugs New Tricks: New Paradigms in Alcohol Withdrawal.” ACEP 2019, Denver, CO.
  • Wu, G. (November, 2018). “Rash Decisions.” 3rd Annual Advances in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Boston, MA.
  • Wu, G. (October, 2018). “A Better Mousetrap: Airway Management in the 21st Century.” Faculty Applicant Lecture, Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY
  • Wu, G. (July 2018). “The Hunger Games: Starvation Physiology.” Brigham and Women” Hospital, Boston, MA.