Jason B. Hack, MD



Chief Division of Medical Toxicology
Vice Chair of Research and Scholarly Activities




  • Fellowship: New York University Medical Center/Bellevue Hospital Center
  • Residency: New York University Medical Center/Bellevue Hospital Center
  • MD: State University of New York Downstate, Health Science Center at Brooklyn
    BA: State University of New York Binghamton

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Emergency Medicine-Emergency Medicine
  • American Board of Emergency Medicine-Medical Toxicology
  • American Board of Preventative Medicine in Addiction Medicine

Clinical Interests

  • Dr. Hack’s clinical and translational research interests include alcohol intoxication and withdrawal, drugs of abuse, overdose and exposures, intralipid use as antidote, snake bite therapeutics, and medicinal and poisonous plants. He developed a snake bite treatment device for which he secured a US patent.  In 2013, he was awarded the University Emergency Medicine Foundation’s (UEMF) Mid-Career Academic Development Award for development and investigation of a novel alcohol intoxication assessment tool.  His overarching broad research goals has been to investigate impactful innovative and translational research to improve various aspects of clinical care and assessment of patients.  A primary area of focus and interest has always been on the initial management of poisoned patients, optimizing care of patients with alcohol use disorder, antidotal care, and investigating validity of medical dogma.  He is a photographer whose work is on permanent display at Rhode Island Hospital, and Bryant University, as well as invited shows at galleries and museums in the Northeast.