CARLTON HEINE, M.D., PH.D.
M.D. Oregon Health and Sciences University
Ph.D. Duke University
B.Sc. McGill University
Residency & Fellowships
Emergency Medicine Residency, University of Virginia
Fellow, American College of Emergency Physicians
Fellow, Academy of Wilderness Medicine
Dr. Carl Heine is responsible for teaching the physiology thread through the foundational systems courses and participates in teaching in the Art and Practice of Medicine course.
Dr. Heine is a practicing emergency medicine physician with special interests in wilderness medicine, health care policy, environmental issues affecting health, and medical ethics. Prior to medical school Dr. Heine taught anatomy & physiology and medical physiology at the University of Montana and had worked in the field of comparative biomechanics.