Giuliano De Portu, M.D.

Giuliano De Portu, M.D., FACEP

(352) 265-5991

Biography

Dr. Giuliano De Portu is the program director of the Medical Student Ultrasound Curriculum at the College of Medicine. He was the creator of the undergraduate curriculum in ultrasound for medical students. He is a graduate of the University of Puerto Rico with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and obtained his medical degree at Ross University. He completed his intern year in emergency medicine at the University of Puerto Rico, later transferring to the University of Florida in Gainesville, where he finished his residency program. Following residency, Dr. De Portu was the first ultrasound fellow in the UF Department of Emergency Medicine. Currently he serves as Assistant Program Director for the Emergency Medicine Residency Program and as one of the Deans in the office for Diversity and Health Equity at the College of Medicine.

His clinical interests include integrating ultrasound to the medical school curriculum.

Education

Fellowship - Emergency Medicine
University of Florida
2013

Residency - Emergency Medicine
University of Puerto Rico
2010

Medical Degree
Ross University
2009

Bachelor of Science
University of Puerto Rico
1995

Board Certification

  • Emergency Medicine - American Board of Emergency Medicine