Dr. Carlos Camargo is a Professor of Emergency Medicine, Medicine and Epidemiology at Harvard University, and the Conn Chair in Emergency Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital.
He founded and leads the Emergency Medicine Network (EMNet), an international research collaboration with >240 hospitals. Major areas of EMNet research are respiratory/allergy disorders and health services research on emergency care.
His research also focuses on the role of nutrition in respiratory/allergy disorders, both in large cohort studies and in randomized controlled trials; the health effects of vitamin D are a major focus.
Dr Camargo is past president of the American College of Epidemiology, and has worked on several U.S. guidelines, including those on diet, asthma, and food allergy. He has >1000 publications, with an H-index of 135.
Dr Camargo is a long-time admirer of Theodore Roosevelt. He has performed historical research on TR’s asthma.
The Three Roosevelts
Hutton House Series
Led by Tweed Roosevelt, Chair of the Roosevelt School, and Presidential Portrait Artist Dan Christoffel
THEODORE ROOSEVELT: LEARNING FROM FAILURES AND CONTROVERSIES June 3, 2021