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Julian Genkins is a fourth-year medical student at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and a faculty for the Harvard Macy Institute Health Care Education 2.0 course. He has a background in computer science and software development, and a passion for using technology to solve problems in the realm of education and beyond. His professional and research interests include internal medicine, critical care, biomedical informatics, and human-computer interaction.


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Ameera Cluntun, MBBS, SBEM (Educators ‘17, 2.0 ’17, Assessment ’18) is an emergency physician and medical educator. She currently serves as Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Education at the Simulation and Skills Development Center at Princess Nourah University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Ameera’s areas of professional interest include simulation and interprofessional education. She can be followed on Twitter @AmeeraCluntun

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Jennifer Kasper, MD, MPH, received a combined BA/MD with honors from Boston University and Boston University School of Medicine and an MPH from Boston University School of Public Health. Dr. Kasper is a faculty member of the Division of Global Health, Department of Pediatrics at Massachusetts General Hospital for Children; Assistant Professor and Chair of the Faculty Advisory Committee on Global Health at Harvard Medical School; Contributing Instructor of the HMS course, “Essentials of the Profession” and faculty member of the HMS course, “Practice of Medicine;” Pediatrician at MGH Chelsea HealthCare Center; and Presidents’ Council and Board Member of Doctors for Global Health (DGH)


 

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Susan M. Lee, PhD, RN, an internationally recognized author and researcher, she is a senior nurse scientist at Center for Nursing Excellence, Brigham and Women’s Hospital. 


Dr. Lee most recently served as a Connell Nursing Research Scholar in The Yvonne L. Munn Center for Nursing Research at Massachusetts General Hospital. Her program of research focuses on geropalliative care, an emerging specialty and approach to the care of frail, older adults in the last few years of life.

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Cindy Dodds is an assistant professor at the Medical University of South Carolina, responsible for pediatric content within the Doctorate of Physical Therapy curriculum. Her clinical work and research focuses on sensory-based interventions, movement opportunities, quality of life, participation in society, and assessment of children with severe and complex disability. She was a 2015 Gold Foundation Humanism and Harvard Macy Scholar.