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profileHilarie Hartel Cranmer, M.D.

TitleAssociate Professor of Emergency Medicine
InstitutionMassachusetts General Hospital
DepartmentEmergency Medicine
AddressMassachusetts General Hospital
Emergency Medicine
55 Fruit St
Boston MA 02114
Phone617/724-1306
Fax617/724-1637
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TitleAssociate Professor in the Department of Global Health and Population
InstitutionHarvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
DepartmentGlobal Health + Population


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  1. Garcia Serpa Osorio-de-Castro C, Silva Miranda E, Machado de Freitas C, Rochel de Camargo K, Cranmer HH. The Zika Virus Outbreak in Brazil: Knowledge Gaps and Challenges for Risk Reduction. Am J Public Health. 2017 Jun; 107(6):960-965. PMID: 28426311.
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  2. Evans AB, Hulme JM, Nugus P, Cranmer HH, Coutu M, Johnson K. An Electronic Competency-Based Evaluation Tool for Assessing Humanitarian Competencies in a Simulated Exercise. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2017 Jun; 32(3):253-260. PMID: 28219456.
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  3. Burkle FM, Erickson T, von Schreeb J, Kayden S, Redmond A, Chan EY, Della Corte F, Cranmer H, Otomo Y, Johnson K, Roy N. The Solidarity and Health Neutrality of Physicians in War & Peace. PLoS Curr. 2017 Jan 20; 9. PMID: 28228974.
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  4. Cranmer H, Aschkenasy M, Wildes R, Kayden S, Bangsberg D, Niescierenko M, Kemen K, Hsiao KH, VanRooyen M, Burkle FM, Biddinger PD. Academic Institutions' Critical Guidelines for Health Care Workers Who Deploy to West Africa for the Ebola Response and Future Crises. Disaster Med Public Health Prep. 2015 Oct; 9(5):586-90. PMID: 26271314.
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  5. Siedner MJ, Gostin LO, Cranmer HH, Kraemer JD. Strengthening the detection of and early response to public health emergencies: lessons from the West African Ebola epidemic. PLoS Med. 2015 Mar; 12(3):e1001804. PMID: 25803303; PMCID: PMC4371887.
  6. Wildes R, Kayden S, Goralnick E, Niescierenko M, Aschkenasy M, Kemen KM, Vanrooyen M, Biddinger P, Cranmer H. Sign me up: rules of the road for humanitarian volunteers during the Ebola outbreak. Disaster Med Public Health Prep. 2015 Feb; 9(1):88-9. PMID: 25343427.
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  7. Cranmer HH, Biddinger PD. Typhoon Haiyan and the professionalization of disaster response. N Engl J Med. 2014 Mar 27; 370(13):1185-7. PMID: 24552286.
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  8. Cranmer H, Chan JL, Kayden S, Musani A, Gasquet PE, Walker P, Burkle FM, Johnson K. Development of an evaluation framework suitable for assessing humanitarian workforce competencies during crisis simulation exercises. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2014 Feb; 29(1):69-74. PMID: 24429109.
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  9. Burkle FM, Walls AE, Heck JP, Sorensen BS, Cranmer HH, Johnson K, Levine AC, Kayden S, Cahill B, VanRooyen MJ. Academic affiliated training centers in humanitarian health, Part I: program characteristics and professionalization preferences of centers in North America. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2013 Apr; 28(2):155-62. PMID: 23351967.
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  10. Noble VE, Nelson BP, Sutingco AN, Marill KA, Cranmer H. Assessment of knowledge retention and the value of proctored ultrasound exams after the introduction of an emergency ultrasound curriculum. BMC Med Educ. 2007 Oct 30; 7:40. PMID: 17971234; PMCID: PMC2223143.
  11. Cranmer, H. Diary of a Tsunami Doctor. International Rescue Committee. 2007.
  12. Rosborough S, Olson K, Cranmer H, Bourdeaux M, VanRooyen M. The 'Harvard Humanitarian Studies for Residents' Effectively Trains Doctors in Humanitarian Topics Prior to Field Deployment. WCDEM. 2007.
  13. Cranmer H, Olson K, Rosborough S, Bourdeaux M, VanRooyen M. Humanitarian Studies Initiative for Residents: An Innovative Program for Doctors in Training. WCDEM. 2007.
  14. Greenough G, Bartels S, Cavey A, Chan J, Cranmer H, Kendrick D, Lappi M, Leaning J, Robinson C, Singh M, VanRooyen M, Vu A. American Red Cross and Public Health: The Response to Hurricane Katrina and Beyond. Report to ARC Disaster Health Services. 2006; (OPR DR 865).
  15. Rathbun KC, Cranmer H. Hurricane Katrina and disaster medical care. N Engl J Med. 2006 Feb 16; 354(7):772-3; author reply 772-3. PMID: 16481653.
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  16. Cranmer H, Lappi M, Greenough PG, Kirsch T, Vu A, Calvello EJ, Auerbach J, Heaton C. Rapid Assessment of Access to Care and Supplies in Sheltered Populations During Hurricane Katrina. SAEM. 2006.
  17. Macnow L, Cranmer H. Famine. Disaster Medicine (Ciottone G, Anderson P, Auf Der Heide E, Darling R, Jacoby I, Noji E, Suner S). 2006; 506-508.
  18. Nagurney JT, Brown DF, Chae C, Chang Y, Chung WG, Cranmer H, Dan L, Fisher J, Grossman S, Tedrow U, Lewandrowski K, Jang IK. The sensitivity of cardiac markers stratified by symptom duration. J Emerg Med. 2005 Nov; 29(4):409-15. PMID: 16243197.
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  19. Cranmer HH. Hurricane Katrina. Volunteer work--logistics first. N Engl J Med. 2005 Oct 13; 353(15):1541-4. PMID: 16221770.
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  20. Nagurney JT, Brown DF, Chae C, Chang Y, Chung WG, Cranmer H, Dan L, Fisher J, Grossman S, Tedrow U, Lewandrowski K, Jang IK. Disagreement between formal and medical record criteria for the diagnosis of acute coronary syndrome. Acad Emerg Med. 2005 May; 12(5):446-52. PMID: 15860697.
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  21. Cranmer HH. The public health emergency in indonesia--one patient at a time. N Engl J Med. 2005 Mar 10; 352(10):965. PMID: 15758005.
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  22. Cranmer H. Survival in a Flood Zone. The Boston Globe. 2005; F1.
  23. Nagurney JT, Brown DF, Chae C, Chang Y, Chung W, Cranmer H, Dan L, Fisher J, Grossman S, Tedrow U, Lewandrowski K, Jang IK. Predictors of revascularization among emergency department patients who are evaluated for acute coronary syndrome. J Thromb Thrombolysis. 2005 Feb; 19(1):41-6. PMID: 15976966.
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  24. Cranmer, HH. Hurrican Katrina: Volunteer Work - Logistics First. N Engl J Med. 2005; 353:1541-44.
  25. Cranmer, H. On Call. Greater Good Magazine. 2005; 2(1):8.
  26. Nelson B, Noble V, Cranmer H. Prospective Exaluation of an Ultrasound Training Model for Emergency Physicians. ACEP. 2004; submitted.
  27. Grossman SA, Brown DF, Chang Y, Chung WG, Cranmer H, Dan L, Fisher J, Tedrow U, Lewandrowski K, Jang IK, Nagurney JT. Predictors of delay in presentation to the ED in patients with suspected acute coronary syndromes. Am J Emerg Med. 2003 Sep; 21(5):425-8. PMID: 14523883.
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  28. Blinder E, MacKenzie JD, Cranmer HH, Ledbetter S, Rybicki F. Uterine rupture with peritonitis in a nongravid uterus eight weeks after cesarean section. Emerg Radiol. 2003 Apr; 10(1):57-9. PMID: 15290535.
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  29. Nagurney JT, Brown DFM, chae C, Chang Y, Chung W, Cranmer H, Dan L, Fisher J, Grossman SA, Tedrow U, Lewandrowski K, Jang IK. Applying Cardiac Markers Using a 6 Hour Strategy. Annals of Emerg Med. 2003; (42):s61-62.
  30. nagurney JT, Brown DFM, Chae C, Chang Y, Chung W, Cranmer H, Dan L, Fisher J, Grossman SA, Tedrow U, Lewandrowski K, Jang IK. ED Providers are More Suspicious of Acute Coronary Syndrome Than of Acute Myocardial Infarction. Annals of Emerg Med. 2003; (42):s62.
  31. Wright RS, Williams BA, Cranmer HH, Gallahue F, Willmore T, Lewis L, Ladenson JH, Jaffe AS. Elevations of Cardiac Troponin 1 are Associated with Increased Short-term Mortality in Non Cardiac Critically Ill Emergency Department Patients. Am J Cardiol. 2002; Sep 15;90(6):634-636.
  32. Nagurney JT, Brown DFM, Chae CC, Chang Y, Chung WG, Cranmer H, Dan L, Fisher J, Grossman SA, Tedrow U, Lewandrowski K, Jang IK. Predictors of the Need for Acute Revascularization in ED Patients with Possible Acute Coronary Syndrome. Acad Emerg Med. 2001; 8:506.
  33. Nagurney JT, Brown DFM, Chae CG, Chang Y, Chung WG, Cranmer H, Dan L, Fisher J, Grossman SA, Tedrow U, Lewandrowski K, Jang IK. Acute Coronary Syndrome: How Certain?. Acad Emerg Med. 2001; 8:555.
  34. Fisher J, Nagurney JT, Brown DFM, Chase CU, Chang YC, Cranmer HH, Chung WG, Dan L, Grossman SA, Tedrow U, Lewandrowski KB, Jang IK. Patients who Present to an Emergency Department with Symptoms Consistent with Scute Coronary Syndrome but Without a History of Prior Coronary Artery Disease. Ann Emerg Med. 2000; 36:4.
  35. Grossman S, Brown DFM, Chae C, Chang Y, Chung WG, Cranmer H, Dan L, Fisher J, Tedrow U, Lewandrowski K, Jang IK, Nagurney JT. Predictors of Delay Between Symptom Onset and ED Arrival in Patients with Suspected Acute Coronary Insufficiency. Acad Emerg Med. 2000; 7:462.
  36. Nagurney JT, Brown DFM, chae C, chang Y, Chung WG, Cranmer H, Dan L, fisher J, Tedrow U, Lewandrowski K, Jang IK. Atypical Presentations of Acute Myocardial Ischemia in Emergency Department Patients. Acad Emerg Med. 2000; 7:461.
  37. Cranmer HH, Nagurney JT, Brown DFM, Chae CU, Chang YC, Chung WG, Dan L, Fisher J, Grossman SA, Tedrow U, Lewandrowski KB, Jang IK. Evaluation for Acute Coronary Syndrome: Gender Differences?. Ann Emerg MEd. 2000; 36:4.
  38. Brown DFM, Nagurney JT, Chae C, Chang Y, Chung WG, Cranmer H, Dan L, Fisher J, Grossman SA, Tedrow U, Lewandrowski K, Jang IK. Can Emergency Physicians Accurately Assess the Likelihood of Acute Coronary Syndromes in ED Patients?. Acad Emerg Med. 2000; 7:459.
  39. Melander A, Olsson J, Lindberg G, Salzman A, Howard T, Stang P, Lydick E, Emslie-Smith A, Boyle DI, Evans JM, Macdonald TM, Bain J, Sullivan F, Juhl C, Pørksen N, Sturis J, Hollingdal M, Pincus S, Veldhuis J, Dejgaard A, Schmitz O, Kristensen JS, Frandsen KB, Bayer T, Müller P, Dunning BE, Paladini S, Gutierrez C, Deacon R, Valentin M, Grunberger G, Weston WM, Patwardhan R, Rappaport EB, Sargeant LA, Wareham NJ, Khaw KT, Zethelius B, Lithell H, Hales CN, Berne C, Lakka HM, Oksanen L, Tuomainen TP, Kontula K, Salonen JT, Dekker JM, de Boks P, de Vegt F, Stehouwer CD, Nijpels G, Bouter LM, Heine RJ, Bruno G, Cavallo-Perin P, Bargero G, D'Errico N, Borra M, Macchia G, Pagano G, Newton RW, Ruta DA, New JP, Wallace C, Roxburgh MA, Young RJ, Vaughan NJ, Elliott P, Brennan G, Devers M, MacAlpine R, Steinke D, Lawson DH, Decallonne B, Casteels K, Gysemans C, Bouillon R, Mathieu C, Linn T, Strate C, Schneider K, Funda DP, Jirsa M, Kozáková H, Kaas A, Kofronová O, Tlaskalová-Hogenová H, Buschard K, Wanka H, Hartmann A, Kuttler B, Rasmussen SB, Sørensen TS, Markholst H, Petersen JS, Karounos D, Dyrberg T, Mabley JG, Haskó G, Szabó C, Seissler J, Nguyen TB, Steinbrenner H, Scherbaum WA, Cipriani R, Gabriele A, Sensi M, Guidobaldi L, Pantellini F, Cerrito MG, Scarpa S, Di Mario U, Morano S, Ceolotto G, Iori E, Baritono E, Del Prato S, Semplicini A, Trevisan R, Zerbini G, Meregalli G, Asnaghi V, Tentori F, Maestroni A, Mangili R, Marescotti C, Vedovato M, Tiengo A, Tadjieva J, Mankovsky BN, Van Aken S, Raes A, Vande Walle J, Matthys D, Craen M, Hansen HP, Lund SS, Rossing P, Jensen T, Parving HH, Andersen S, Tarnow L, Hansen BV, Trautner C, Haastert B, Ennenbach N, Willich S, Tabák ÁG, Orchard TJ, Spranger J, Preissner KT, Schatz H, Pfeiffer A, Cantón A, Burgos R, Hernández C, Lecube A, Mesa J, Segura RM, Mateo C, Simó R, Fathallah L, Greene DA, Obrosova I, Gilbert RE, Kelly DJ, Cox AJ, Berka-Wilkinson JL, Taylor HR, Panagiotopoulos S, Lee V, Jerums G, Cooper ME, Hitman GA, Aganna E, Ogunkolade WB, Rema M, Deepa R, Shanthi-Rani CS, Barakat K, Kumarajeewa TR, Cassell PG, McDermott MF, Mohan V, Ways K, Bursell S, Devries T, Woodworth J, Alatorre C, King G, Aiello LP, Karisen AE, Pavlovic D, Nielsen K, Jensen J, Andersen HU, Pociot F, Mandrup-Poulsen T, Eizirik DL, Nerup J, Lortz S, Tiedge M, Lenzen S, Lally FJ, Bone AJ, Darville MI, Ho YS, Sternesjö J, Sandler S, Chen MC, Schuit F, Pipeleers DG, Merezak S, Hardikar A, Hoet JJ, Remacle C, Reusens B, Bréant B, Garofano A, Czernichow P, Kubota N, Terauchi Y, Miki H, Tamemoto H, Yamauchi T, Nakano R, Komeda K, Eto K, Tobe K, Kimura S, Kadowaki T, Ide T, Murakami K, Tsunoda M, Mochizuki T, Ozanne SE, Nave BT, Wang CL, Dorling MW, Petry CJ, Koopmans SJ, van der Bent C, Que I, Radder JK, Sebokova E, Sana AK, Klimes I, Ruderman N, Morviducci L, Pastore L, Morelli S, Sagratella E, Zorretta D, Buongiomo A, Tamburrano G, Giaccari A, Martinenghi S, De Angelis GC, Ravasi F, Bifari F, Bordignon C, Falqui L, Kessler A, Dransfeld O, Sasson S, Tomas E, Zorzano A, Eckel J, Thorsby P, Rosenfalck AM, Kjems L, Hanssen KF, Madsbad S, Birkeland KI, Hamilton-Wessler M, Markussen J, Bergman RN, Melki V, Hanaire-Broutin H, Bessières-Lacombe S, Tauber JP, Home PD, Lindholm A, Riis A, Rosenstock J, Schwartz S, Clark C, Edwards M, Donley D, Swift P, Mortensen HB, Lynggaard H, Hougaard P, Cull CA, Neil HA, Frighi V, Manley SE, Holman RR, Turner RC, Steiner G, Davis WA, Weeraratna T, Bruce DG, Davis TM, Vergès B, Duvillard L, Pont F, Florentin E, Gambert P, Benko B, Ljubic S, Turk Z, Granic M, März W, Wollschläger H, Klein G, Neiss A, Wehling M, Huxtable SJ, Saker PJ, Walker M, Frayling TM, Levy JC, O'Rahilly S, Hattersley AT, McCarthy MI, Orecchio A, Giacchini A, Dominici R, Canettieri G, Trinti B, Zani M, Andreoli M, Sciacchitano S, de Silva AM, Whitecross K, Pasco J, Kotowicz M, Nicholson G, Zimmet P, Boyko EJ, Collier GR, Frittitta L, Pizzuti A, Argiolas A, Graci S, Goldfine ID, Bozzali M, Ercolino T, et al. 35th Annual Meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes : Brussels, Belgium, 28 September-2 October 1999. Diabetologia. 1999 Aug; 42(Suppl 1):A1-A330. PMID: 27770183.
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  40. Cranmer HH, Pozner C, Lewiss R, Levine M. Approach to Trauma and Burns. Signs and Symptoms in Emergency Medicine: Literature Based Approach to Emergency Conditions (Greenough G, Votesy S, Davis MA). 1999; 458-78.
  41. Cranmer HH, Shannon M. . Pediatric Hypoglycemia. EMedicine Online Textbook. 1999.
  42. Cranmer HH. Urinary Retention. The Five Minute Emergency Medicine Consult (Rosen P, Barkin R, Hayden S, Schaider S, Wolfe R). 1999.
  43. Cranmer H, Martinez M. Anthrax. EMedicine Online Textbook. 1999.
  44. de Brito D, Barton E, Spears KL, Cranmer HH, Karp SJ, Anglin D, Hutson HR. Acute right lower quadrant pain in a patient with leukemia. Ann Emerg Med. 1998 Jul; 32(1):98-101. PMID: 9656958.
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  45. Cranmer, H. Anthrax, Biotoxin and Agent of Biological Warfare. Clinical Toxicology Review. 1998; 20(12):1-2.
  46. Cranmer, H. Nephrolithiasis. Micromedix. 1997.
  47. Cranmer H. Blunt Neck Trauma. Micromedix. 1996.
  48. Patterson RP, Cranmer HH, Fisher SV, Engel RR. The impaired response of spinal cord injured individuals to repeated surface pressure loads. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 1993 Sep; 74(9):947-53. PMID: 8379841.
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