Daniel P. Runde, MD, MME

Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine

Contact Information

Primary Office: 1008 RCP
200 Hawkins Dr
Iowa City, IA 52242


Philosophy, University of Notre Dame
Doctor of Medicine, Carver College of Medicine
St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center of Columbia University
Harbor-UCLA Department of Emergency Medicine
Medical Education, University of Iowa Office of Consultation and Research in Medical Educaiton
Carver College of Medicine

Resident, Emergency Medicine, St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center, Columbia University
Fellow, Medical Education, Harbor-UCLA Department of Emergency Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

Licensure and Certifications

Iowa Medical License
Certificate in Medical Education - David Geffen School of Medicine Department of Educational Development and Research
Board Certification in Emergency Medicine - American Board of Emergency Medicine
California Medical License


Runde, D. (2016). Myths in Emergency Medicine: Colloids Can't Cut It Caring for the Critically Ill. Emergency Medicine News, 38(3), 1, 31-31.

Runde, D., Cunningham, J. & Coates, W. (2014). A Resident-Matched Sub-intern Schedule Had No Effect on Medical Student Productivity. (Vols. 64). (4S), pp. S58-59. Annals of Emergency Medicine. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.annemergmed.2014.07.18.

Runde, D., Cunnigham, J., Vermillion, M., Krasne, S. & Coates, W. (2014). A Resident-matched EM Sub-InternSchedule Increases the Quality and Quantity of Feedback to Improve MedicalStudent Assessment. (Vols. 15). (5), pp. s14-15. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine.

Runde, D., Shah, K., Naraghi, L., Godbout, B., Kirschner, J., Newman, D., Wiener, D. & Lee, J. (2014). Computed tomography utilization rates after the placement of a scanner in an emergency department: a single-center experience. Emergency Radiology, 21(5), 473-8. PMID: 24729074.

Kirschner, J., Shah, K., Runde, D. & Lee, J. (2014). Patterns in computed tomography utilization among emergency physicians in an urban, academic emergency department. Emergency Radiology, 21(6), 577-81. PMID: 24838813.

Lee, J., Evans, C. S., Singh, N., Kirschner, J., Runde, D., Newman, D., Wiener, D., Quaas, J. & Shah, K. (2013). Head computed tomography utilization and intracranial hemorrhage rates. Emergency Radiology, 20(3), 219-23. PMID: 23250570.

Shah, K., Slovis, B. H., Runde, D., Godbout, B., Newman, D. & Lee, J. (2013). Radiation exposure among patients with the highest CT scan utilization in the emergency department. Emergency Radiology, 20(6), 485-91. PMID: 23852432.

Rolston, D., Runde, D., Kathuria, N., Drake, A., Lee, J., Raja, A., Shah, K., Wiener, D. & Quaas, J. (2013). Changes in the Clot Burden of PulmonaryEmbolism as Diagnosed by Computed Tomography Angiography over a 10-YearPeriod. (Vols. 64). (4), pp. s24. Annals of Emergency Medicine. DOI: ttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.annemergmed.2013.07.348.

Newman, D., Shreeves, A. & Runde, D. (2013). Pediatric urinary tract infection: does the evidence support aggressively pursuing the diagnosis?. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 61(5), 559-65. PMID: 23312370.

Walker, G., Runde, D., Rolston, D., Wiener, D. & Lee, J. (2013). Emergency department rectal temperatures in over 10 years: A retrospective observational study. World Journal of Emergency Medicine, 4(2), 107-12. PMID: 25215102.

Runde, D., Ha, E., Jordan, J., Stiner, J., Jalali, A., Huang, Y. & Coates, W. (2013). Effects of Team Training on Fourth-YearMedical Students Management of Simulated Critically Ill Patients. (Vols. 20). pp. S329. Academic Emergency Medicine.

Runde, D., He, C., Fix, M. & Egan, D. (2013). Apples and Oranges? An Evaluation ofFour-Year Emergency Medicine Residencies Using Program Websites and theSAEM Residency Directory. (Vols. 20). pp. S83-84. Academic Emergency Medicine.

Akhter, M., Runde, D. & Lee, J. (2013). Which central line insertion site is the least prone to infection?. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 61(3), 362-3. PMID: 23141919.

Woodfield, A., Runde, D. & Jang, T. (2013). Short answer question case series: A dangerouscause of dyspnoea. Emergency Medicine Journal - BMJ, 30(8), 694-5. PMID: 23873001.

Rolston, D., Katz, E., Runde, D., Patel, V., Quaas, J. & Wiener, D. (2012). Predicting Pseudohyperkalemia on Hemolyzed Potassium Specimens. (Vols. 60). (4), pp. S87-87. Annals of Emergency Medicine. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.annemergmed.2012.06.21.

Runde, D., He, C., Rolston, D., Psomadakis, C., Harsouni, I., Godbout, B., Lee, J., Shah, K., Wiener, D. & Quaas, J. (2012). Utilization Rates and Diagnostic Yield ofChest Computed Tomography Angiography In an Urban Emergency Department. (Vols. 60). (4), pp. S60. Annals of Emergency Medicine. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.annemergmed.2012.06.14.

Jafri, F., Runde, D., Saul, T. & Lewiss, R. (2011). An inexpensive and easy simulation model of ocular ultrasound that mimics normal anatomy as well as abnormal ophthalmologic conditions. Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, 30(4), 569-73. PMID: 21460157.