Sean Stickles, MD

Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine

Education

  • B.S. Science, Psychology, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, NY. 2004
  • M.D. New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY. 2008

Training

  • Residency, Emergency Medicine, Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, Saint Louis, MO. 2012
  • Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship, North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset, NY, 2013

Licensure and Board Certification

  • Missouri Medical License
  • New York Medical License
  • Diplomate, American Board of Emergency Medicine

Honors

  • Washington University Emergency Medicine Residency Ultrasound Award, 2012
  • ACEP Knowledge-to-Action Fellow, 2011

Recent Publications

Peer Reviewed Manuscripts

  1. Stickles SP, Friedman L, Demarest M, Raio C. Achilles tendon rupture.  Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2015;16(1):161-162
  2. Ken J, Khangura D, Stickles SP.  Point-of-care ultrasound used to identify distal ulnar artery thrombosis: a care of hypothenar hammer syndrome.  Western Journal of Emergency Medicine 2015:16(4):565-567.
  3. Mohebbi MR, Bernard RL, Stickles SP.  60 year old man with loss of vision in one eye.  Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine.  April 2017;7:26-27
  4. Stickles SP, Seithel M, Sampson CS.  Pyogenic flexor tenosynovitis.  Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine.  April 2017;7:45-46
  5. Godsey J, Stickles SP.  Paget schroetter syndrome.  Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2017

Other Publications

  1. Sineff S, Stickles S.  Elbow Dislocations. In:Lewiss R. Saul T, Shah KH, eds. Essential Emergency Imaging. Philadelphia, PA: KWW;2011.

Abstracts

  1. Gekle R, Dubensky L, Haddad S, Catlin T, Stickles S, D’Amore J, Slesinger T, Modayil V, Raio C, Nelson M.  Can bedside sonography replace conventional radiography for confirmation of above-the-diaphragm central venous catheter placement?  Annals of Emergency Medicine.  2013;62:N4

Abtracts & Presentations

Oral Presentations

  1. Stickles S, Lang ES, Kline JA, Wyer P.  Stop The Madness:  An Innovative Learning Workshop To Reduce Unnecessary Radiation In Suspected Pulmonary Embolism.  American Colledge of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly.  San Francisco, CA. October 2011
  2. Raio C, Stickles S.  Utility of FAST in Hemodynamically Stable Patients:  Pro. Society of Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA.  May 2013

Posters

  1. Moll J, Carpenter C, Lang E, LoweS. Moy HP, Stickles S, Aktar S, Char DM, Tabas JA, Wyer P.  Knowledge-to-Action Fellowship:  A Novel Approach to Facilitate Evidence Based Practice for Quality Improvement.  Poster presented at: 4th Annual AAMC Integrating Quality Meeting:  Collaboratin for Care:  June 2012; Chicago, IL
  2. Stickles SP, Haines C, Patel R, Nelson M, Raio C.  Effect of Subcutaneous Lidocaine Prior to Ultrasound-guided Peripheral Intravenous Catheter Placement.  Poster presented at: St. Luke’s Roosevelt 10th Annual Regional Ultrasound Symposium; April 2013; New York, NY
  3. Carpenter C, Cooney T, Wagner J, Sampson C, Renz N, Stickles S, Mirarchi F.  Does a Physician Advanced Directive Survey Predict Bedside Reponse in Simulated End of Life Scenarios?  Poster presented at: Society of Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting; May 2013; Atlanta GA.
  4. Gekle R, Dubensky L, Haddad S. Catlin T, Stickles S, Tran VH, Patel G, D’Amore J, Modayil V, Raio C, Nelson M.  Can Bedside Sonography Replace Conventional Radiography for Confirmation of Above-the Diaphragm Central Venous Catheter Placement?  Poster presented at: New York Academy of Medicine Scientific Assembly; July 2013; Bolton Landing, NY