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Alyssa Laxer is an Undergraduate Health Sciences Major at Northeastern University and a certified nursing assistant. Alyssa aspires to pursue a career as a physician assistant and is currently applying to programs for Fall 2020. 


 

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Michael Gottlieb, MD, RDMS is Assistant Professor and Director of Emergency Ultrasound at Rush University Medical Center, as well as co-creator and Chief Academic Officer for the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM) Faculty Incubator. He has authored over 100 peer-reviewed publications, is a peer-reviewer for 15 journals, Associate Editor for the Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, Social Media Editor for Academic Emergency Medicine, and a nationally-recognized speaker. His academic interests include resident education, with a focus on ultrasound and procedural training. You can follow him on Twitter @MGottliebMD.


 


 

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Stephen P. Wood, MS, ACNP-BC (Educators, ’19) is a nurse practitioner, working in the field of emergency medicine as well as an instructor at Northeastern University in the Bouvé College of Health Sciences Graduate School of Nursing. He is a fellow at the Harvard Medical School Center for Bioethics and a regular blogger for the Harvard Law School’s Petrie-Flom Center “Bill of Health”. His areas of interest include the flipped classroom, experiential learning and simulation. Stephen can be followed on Twitter or contacted via email.

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Dr. Teresa Chan, MD, FRCPC, MHPE, DRCPSC (Clin. Ed.) (Leaders, ‘15) is an assistant professor at McMaster University and serves there as the Program Director of the Clinician Educator Diploma program. Dr. Chan is interested in developing medical education innovations (and evaluating them). For instance, she has worked on a pre-cursor competency- based clinical education program called the McMaster Modular Assessment Program (McMAP), which began as a fellowship program but now is helping to inform best practices with Canada’s advent into the CBME. Her programs of research include two main areas: 1) contextualized clinical decision-making; 2) improving knowledge translation using education theory and innovation. She can be reached on Twitter @TChanMD or on LinkedIn.