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T. Andrew Windsor, MD

Academic Title:

Assistant Professor

Primary Appointment:

Emergency Medicine

Phone (Primary):


Education and Training

University of Maryland Baltimore County, Undergraduate

University of Maryland School of Medicine, Medical School

Univeristy of Maryland Medical Center, Residency:  Emergency Medicine

University of Maryland Medical Center, Fellowship


Dr. Windsor is currently an Assistant Professor with the Department of Emergency Medicine and has been on faculty since 2013. He trained in Emergency Medicine at UMMC, where he also served as a Chief Resident and completed a fellowship in emergency ultrasound. He is certified by the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonographers and has taught emergency ultrasound and echocardiography at multiple national and regional courses. He is the course director for an ultrasound-guided vascular access course for graduating medical students at the School of Medicine. He has been recognized for excellence in lecturing and clinical education and particularly enjoys teaching about emergency ultrasound, antibiotic stewardship, diagnostic imaging, as well as medicolegal and ethics principles. He has been involved in multiple patient safety and QI initiatives for the emergency department. 

As a lifelong Baltimorean, Dr. Windsor is honored to be able to provide medical care to his local community.

Research/Clinical Keywords

Emergency ultrasound, echocardiography, diagnostic imaging, education, opioid addiction, patient safety

Highlighted Publications

Wilkerson RG, Kim HK, Windsor TA, Mareiniss DP. The Opioid Epidemic in the United States. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America. 2016 May; 34(2):e1-e23.

Euerle BD, Farzad A, Liferidge AT, Nable JV, Oh JS, Radin B, Teague HM, Windsor TA, Witting MD. Emergency Diagnosis of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: An Evidence-Based Debate. Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2013 May; 44(5):1045-53. Epub 2013 Jan 24.

Bond MC, Scott MC, Windsor TA. The Roles and Risks of Whole-Body Computed Tomography Scans in the Trauma Patient. Trauma Reports. 2012; 13(5)

Book Chapter:

Windsor TA, Mattu A. Management of Syncope in the Observation Unit. In S. Mace, Observation Medicine: Principles & Protocols. (2016) Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press