|Born||Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.|
|Education||High School: Naperville Central High School, Naperville, IL
Bachelor of Arts Psychology and Biology: Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Doctor of Medicine (MD): Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University (Graduate of Honors Program in Medical Education)
Internship and Residency in Emergency Medicine: Darnall Army Medical Center, Fort Hood, Texas
Fellow, American College of Emergency Physicians (FACEP)
Fellow, American Academy of Emergency Medicine (FAAEM)
Distinguished Fellow of Teaching, American College of Emergency Physicians Teaching Fellowship
Former Major, U.S. Army
|Occupation||Attending Emergency Medicine Physician
Associate Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Illinois College of Medicine
|Awards||ACEP National Faculty Teaching Award.
Guide to America’s Top Emergency Medicine Physicians
Bronze Star Medal, Combat Medical Badge, Presidential Unit Citation, and other military awards
Sudip Bose is an attending emergency medicine physician, educator, entrepreneur, and combat veteran. He is also Indian American. He served as a physician on the front lines in Iraq for nearly 15 months  which is one of the longest combat deployments by a physician since World War II.
Bose treated Saddam Hussein shortly after his capture in December 2003  and used his military, emergency physician, and professorial experience to be an active proponent of veteran and health care issues in the international arena.
Dr. Bose, a former Major in the U.S. Army, served one of the longest combat deployments by a physician since World War II. During Operation Iraqi Freedom, Dr. Bose cared for thousands of wounded soldiers and Iraqi civilians. He provided front line emergency care during the peak of insurgencies in Baghdad and Najaf, and treated Saddam Hussein shortly after his capture. In addition, Dr. Bose was one of the only front line physicians in the Second Battle of Fallujah during the U.S. seizure of the city. When not on missions, Dr. Bose volunteered his free time by serving at the busiest trauma center in the world at that time, the Ibn Sina Hospital, Baghdad. For his service, he received Presidential recognition and earned several awards including the Bronze Star, The Combat Medical Badge, and The Army Commendation Medal.
Emergency Medicine Physician
Dr. Bose is an attending emergency physician with a breadth of clinical experience, from the busiest urban emergency rooms in the nation to underserved community hospitals. Based on his strong clinical record he earned recognition in “Guide to America’s Top Emergency Medicine Physicians” for the last several years in a row and was selected as one of "America's Health Care Leaders" by the American College of Emergency Physicians and Health Leaders Magazine. Dr. Bose has held various hospital leadership positions during his career and currently serves as Medical Director for the city of Odessa, Texas and its surrounding county. He was selected by the American College of Emergency Physicians as one of the “Heroes of Emergency Medicine” of the last 40 years for his contributions to the specialty.
Dr. Bose is an associate professor at University of Illinois and has held faculty positions at University of Texas and Texas A&M. As City/County Medical Director, he is directly responsible for training hundreds of pre-hospital personnel. Further, Dr. Bose routinely travels across the country to teach the Emergency Medicine Written Board Examination Review Curriculum he developed. This Curriculum, in addition to the 600+ page textbook he authored, led two medical centers to achieve the #1 score in the nation among 140 residency programs. Dr. Bose also lectures nationally on lessons learned as a battalion surgeon in Iraq, including a keynote lecture with President Barack Obama in 2006. He has appeared on CNN, MSNBC CNN, MSNBC, CBS News and local news affiliates. In addition, he serves as medical correspondent for a weekly CBS segment discussing medical and personal health issues. He has been interviewed by The Washington Post and LA Times. He received the 2007 National Faculty Teaching Award, the industry’s highest teaching award.
Dr. Bose is the Founder & CEO of several nationally top-ranked medical education companies. These onsite and online courses aim to educate medical providers at leading hospitals and universities across the nation on the health care needs of Americans.
- LLSA Prep - online and onsite review courses for emergency medicine physicians.
- Texas Jurisprudence Prep - assists physicians licensing in the state of Texas.
- StudyNCLEX - preparation course for nurses on their certification (NCLEX) exam.
- ACEP National Emergency Medicine Faculty Teaching Award
- Guide to America's Top Emergency Medicine Physicians
- The Battle Continues – Biography
- APL Colloquium
- Stephan, Terry. "Saving Soldiers". Northwestern Magazine. Northwestern University. Retrieved 2007-04-25.
- Operation Red Dawn
- Robertson, Phillip. "The accidental soldier". Salon.com. Retrieved 2007-04-25.
- Saving Soldiers, Winter 2005, Northwestern Magazine
- AOTA – Welcome Ceremony and Keynote
- The Battle Continues – Support Our Troops
- Advanced Emergency and Trauma Services
- ACEP News January 2012 issue
- Lessons from Battle
- Odessa Fire Department's EMS division
- Illinois Heroes of Emergency Medicine
- Future Legislative Leaders in Health Policy Attend AMSA Leadership Institute
- ACEP – Teaching Awards
- AOTA Media Experts