Harvard Macy Community Blog

Fostering the ongoing connectedness of health professions educators committed to transforming health care delivery and education.
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Elissa Hall, EdD, MA (Alumni of Educators, ‘16; 2.0, ‘16 and Faculty of 2.0, ‘17, ‘18, ‘19) is the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science Director of Curriculum and Education Technology and Associate Director of Education Science. She is an Assistant Professor with professional interest focused on curriculum innovation, digital pedagogies, online communities, virtual learning environments, and education technology. Elissa can be followed on Twitter or LinkedIn.

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Dr. Armstrong has held positions at Harvard Medical School since 1984, including Director of Curriculum 1988 - 1992 and Director of Medical Education 1992 – 2001. She played a leadership role in designing, implementing and expanding Harvard’s New Pathway curriculum.  In 1994 with funding from the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, she created and continues to direct the Harvard Macy Institute.  

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Elizabeth Gundersen, MD, FHM (Educators ’16) is a hospice & palliative medicine physician and Assistant Professor of Clinical Biomedical Science at the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University. She is Director of the Geriatrics & Palliative Care Clerkship, Associate Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Rotation in Geriatrics & Palliative Care, and Director of the Ethics Curriculum with additional interests in professional identity formation and student advising. In her free time Elizabeth enjoys skiing, scuba diving, and boating. You can reach her on Twitter (@top_gundersen) or LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabeth-gundersen-md-fhm-455b5117/


 


 

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Eric Gantwerker MD, MS, MMSc (MedEd) (Educators ’15, Leaders ’15) is a graduate of the MMSc in Medical Education Program at Harvard Medical School. His expertise is in educational technology, faculty development, motivational theory, and the cognitive psychology of learning. He is currently working clinically in Chicago as a pediatric otolaryngologist as well as serving as the Vice President, Medical Director of a technology company called Level Ex.


You can follow Dr. Gantwerker on Twitter @DrEricGant.

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Erinne Kennedy, DMD MPH (Leaders ’18; Educators, ’19) is a public health dentist studying dental education at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. Erinne’s areas of professional interest include innovative teaching pedagogies, faculty burnout and wellness, and effective training for oral health providers. Erinne can be followed on LinkedIn, Facebook, and/or email.