Harvard Macy Community Blog

Fostering the ongoing connectedness of health professions educators committed to transforming health care delivery and education.
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Komal Atta, MBBS, M. Phil. Physiology, Certificate in Medical Teaching, Masters in Medical Education, is a health professions educator and Physiologist. Komal currently holds a position as Assistant Director of Health Profession Education and Senior Coordinator of the Department of Optometry at The University of Faisalabad, Pakistan. Komal’s areas of professional interest include professional identity formation, curriculum development, and social media. Komal can be followed on Twitter, or contacted via email.


 

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Staci Leisman, MD, FASN is a medical educator and nephrologist. Staci currently is an Associate Professor of Medicine/Nephrology and Medical Education and a co-director of the curriculum at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Her professional areas of interest include undergraduate medical education and curricular development. Staci can be followed on Twitter.


 

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Sanjana Mathur, MD is a physician and Instructor in clinical skills and simulation. Sanjana currently holds an adjunct faculty appointment in the Department of Education at The University of Central Florida College of Medicine. Sanjana’s areas of professional interest include medical education, simulation, and global health. Sanjana can be followed on Twitter or contacted via email.  


 

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Carlos Torres, MD, (Educators ’20), is a medical educator and a pediatrician. Carlos currently holds a position as Faculty Advisor in Office of Recruitment and Multicultural Affairs (ORMA) at Harvard Medical School and Associate Director of Diversity and Equity at MassGeneral Hospital for Children. Carlos’ area of professional interest include cross-cultural care, working with underserved communities, and fostering resiliency. Carlos can be contacted via email.  

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Billie Jane Hermosura PhD(c), PMP, RD is a dietitian and doctoral candidate at the University of Ottawa, Canada. Billie Jane’s areas of professional interest include health professions education and health workforce planning. Billie Jane can be followed on Twitter and/or LinkedIn.