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David Barnes, M.D. View profile as PDF

David  Barnes

Philosophy of Care

Providing state-of-the-art emergency care in a caring and compassionate manner.

Clinical Interests

Dr. Barnes' research interests include: CPR methods and their outcome, resuscitation, and medical simulation.

Research/Academic Interests

Resuscitation, Education and Simulation

Title:

Assistant Clinical Professor
Director, Emergency Medicine Residency Program

Specialty:

Emergency Medicine

Department:

Emergency Medicine

Division:

Emergency Medicine

Address/Phone:

UC Davis Medical Center
Emergency Medicine Department
2315 Stockton Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95817
Driving Directions
Phone: 916-734-3790

Additional Phone:

Clinic Phone: 916-734-3790
Physician Referrals: 800-4-UCDAVIS (800-482-3284)

Education:

M.D., Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine, Portland, Oregon, 2003
B.S., George Washington University, Washington, District of Columbia, 1992
B.S., University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, 1995

Internships:

UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA, 2004

Residency:

UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA, 2006

Board Certifications:

American Board of Emergency Medicine, 2007

Professional Memberships:

American College of Emergency Physicians

Select Recent Publications:

Barton J, Barnes D, Bair A. Differences in Recognition of Inadequate Chest Compressions Between CPR Providers and Observers. Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. 2010;5(6):370.

Black H, Sigal D, Barnes D, et al. A 25-Year-Old Patient with Spontaneous Hemothorax. Chest. 2005;128(4):3080-3.

Vandenbark AA, Finn T, Barnes D, et al. Diminished frequency of IL-10-secreting, T-cell receptor peptide-reactive T-cells in multiple sclerosis patients might allow expansion of activated memory T-cells bearing the cognate BV gene. Jnl Neurosci Rsch. 2001; 66(2):171-6.

Vandenbark AA, Barnes D, et al. Differential susceptibility of human Th I v. Th2 cells to induction of anergy and poptosis by ECDIIantigen-coupled antigen-presenting cells. Intern Immun. 2000;12(I):57-66

Vandenbark AA, Culbertson N, Finn T, Bames D, et al. Human TCR as antigen: Homologies and potentially cross-reactive HLA-DR2-restricted epilopes within the AV and BV CDR2100ps. Crit Rev Immun. 2000;20(1):57-8

Chou YK, Bourdene D ,Barnes D, et al. IL-7 enhances antigen-specific human T-cel1 response by increasing expression of IL-2R alpha and gamma chains. Jnl Neuroimmun. 1999;96(1): 101-11

Johnson S, Joseph D, Seif D, Joseph M, Zareh M, Kulstad C, Nelson M, Barnes D, et. al. The Implementation of Therapeutic Hypothermia in the Emergency Department: A Multi-Institution Case Review. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, May 10, 2012.

Barnes D. “Diary of a Sim Man.” Emergency Medicine News Monthly. August 2009. http://www.epmonthly.com/wellness/profiles/diary-of-a-sim-man/

To see if David Barnes is accepting new patients, or for assistance finding a UC Davis doctor, please call 800-2-UCDAVIS (800-282-3284).