Todd Crane, MD, FACEP received his Bachelor of Science in kinesiology from K-State in 2006. He went on to attend medical school at the University of Kansas School of Medicine and completed his residency in Emergency Medicine and a fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound.
Following his medical training, he served as Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at KU, teaching medical students and a multispecialty array of fellows and residents. He was selected as core faculty for the development of the Zamierowski Institute for Experiential Learning (ZIEL)’s combined nursing/medical school simulation curriculum. Todd also served as the Emergency Medicine Clerkship Director for 4th year medical students rotating in the emergency department. He is published in both his clinical and academic endeavors.
In 2021, he and his wife Sonder, a general pediatrician, moved to Manhattan, Kansas to raise their children, Clara, Elin, and Beckett in the heart of the Flint Hills. He has become active in the local medical community and, most recently, instrumental in implementing an opioid reversal protocol for the USD 383 school district. He enjoys gravel bicycle riding, racquet sports, playing violin, and shuttling his children to various activities.