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Kristina Dzara, PhD, MMSc (Educators ‘16, Assessment ’16; Healthcare 2.0 ’17), is a PhD Medical Educator and Instructor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School, Educational Research Associate at Massachusetts General Hospital, Part-time Lecturer at Northeastern University in the Bouvé College of Health Sciences, Social Media Program Manager at the Brigham Education Institute, and Harvard Macy Institute’s Social Media Strategist. Kristina’s areas of professional interest include program evaluation, learner assessment, curriculum development, and the use of social media in medical education. Kristina can be followed on Twitter or LinkedIn.


 

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Mohamud A. Verjee, BSc(Hons), MBChB, MBA(LS), DRCOG, CCFP, FCFP - Moving to Oxford after qualifying at the University of Dundee, Dr Verjee spent 16 years practicing general medicine but wanted more. He then moved to Eastern Canada and two years there propelled his career at the University of Calgary from 1996. In 2007, an opportunity to lead family medicine as the inaugural primary care director at Weill Cornell’s branch campus in Doha, Qatar, revealed more academic horizons. The rest, in his words, is history.


 


 

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Holly Gooding, MD, MSc is Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and the Social Media Manager for the Harvard Macy Institute.  Holly practices adolescent/young adult medicine.  Her research and educational interests are in the promotion of healthy development during the transition to adulthood.  In her spare time she enjoys running around after her two small children and posting way too many pictures of them on social media.

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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.