Michael Ferguson, MD is a pediatric intensivist at Maine Medical Center. After spending two years teaching high school, he completed medical school in his native Australia. He went on to do two further years of adult medicine before moving to the USA in 2007. Here he completed his residency and chief residency at Baystate Children’s Hospital in Springfield, MA. He then went on to pediatric critical care fellowship at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia before moving the Maine in 2015 where he has practiced in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) ever since. Michael’s interests involve his clinical work as well as teaching simulation and piloting a PICU teleconsultation service.
Dr. Ferguson is married with 3 daughters and enjoys running, mountain biking, adventure racing, travelling, guitar and music.
Scholarship Areas of Interest: optimal stress levels during medical simulation, Augmented Reality simulation for medical education
Project Names: 1) Measuring ElectroDermal Activity Levels in Simulation Training: MEDALIST & 2) Augmented Reality Technology for Medical Simulation: ARTforMS