Dr. Jay Pandya is an Assistant Instructor of Emergency Medicine at UT Southwestern, in Dallas, Texas. He completed his medical education at The George Washington University and completed his residency in emergency medicine at SUNY Downstate/Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn, New York. He is currently pursuing a fellowship in emergency disaster & global health at UT Southwestern in Dallas, Texas and concurrently obtaining his master’s degree in public health, with a concentration in health systems sciences.  

Dr. Pandya is focusing his fellowship efforts to develop a niche in international disaster preparedness and has an interest in post-disaster health systems strengthening and inter-governmental collaboration. Dr. Pandya has previously been involved in ultrasound education in Rwanda, contributed to several research studies regarding emergency medicine training program evaluations in India, and worked clinically in refugee settlements in Lebanon. He has also presented at international conferences in Malaysia on disaster public communication, de-escalation techniques, and active shooter response. Locally he has worked with hospital and regional committees on training hospital and local emergency management staff on radiation response protocols, delivering active shooter and de-escalation training to emergency medicine residents, and updating hospital pediatric abduction policies. 


Medical School
George Washington University School of Medicine (2019)
SUNY Downstate Medical Center (2023), Emergency Medicine


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