GullettAssociate Professor



Research and Clinical Interests
- Emergency ultrasound

Biography

Dr. Gullett grew up in Houston, Texas. He attended Trinity University where he studied the saxophone and obtained a BA in Music. He received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine, completed his emergency medicine residency at the University of Alabama (UAB), followed by a fellowship in emergency ultrasound (EUS) at Johns Hopkins University. After serving as EUS faculty in New York at SUNY Downstate/Kings County Hospital, he returned to UAB in 2011 to create and build a new EUS program and fellowship in UAB’s department of emergency medicine. Dr Gullett is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Co-Director of Emergency Ultrasound at UAB, as well as Chair of the Clinical Advisory Committee. He speaks nationally and internationally on EUS and other topics, and has written multiple book chapters and original publications on emergency ultrasound. His focus is on education, ultrasound-guided procedures, regional anesthesia, and transesophageal echocardiography.

Certifications

American Board of Emergency Medicine
Advanced Emergency Medicine Ultrasonography Focused Practice Designation

Education

Medical School
Baylor University

Residency
University of Alabama at Birmingham - Emergency Medicine

Fellowship
Johns Hopkins University - Emergency Ultrasound