Harvard Macy Community Blog

Fostering the ongoing connectedness of health professions educators committed to transforming health care delivery and education.
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Shirley González, MD, (Educators, ’20) is a medical educator, pediatrician and obesity medicine specialist. Shirley currently holds a position as Assistant Clinical Professor at Tufts, Lecturer at Harvard Medical School, and Pediatrician at Newton Pediatrics.  Shirley’s areas of professional interest include innovative approaches to pediatric obesity, menstrual disturbances in adolescents, and mentoring future medical professionals. Shirley can be followed on LinkedIn or contacted via email.

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Dominique Harz Fresno, DMD/MDS, (Leaders, ’20) is an orthodontist and second-year Master’s in Medical Education student at Harvard Medical School. Dominique currently holds a position as Adjunct Instructor at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Dominique’s areas of professional interest include humanism and art-museum based education. Dominique can be followed on LinkedIn or Twitter.


 

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Lara Varpio, PhD, is a Professor of Medicine and Associate Director of research for the degree programs in health professions education at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. Lara’s areas of professional interest include research methods / methodologies, health professions education research units, and interprofessional collaboration. Lara can be followed on Twitter.


 


 

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Michael A. Gisondi, MD is an emergency physician, medical educator, and education researcher who lives in Palo Alto, California. Michael currently holds a position as Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Education in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Stanford University. You can contact Michael by visiting his website or following him on Twitter.


 

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James M. Pappas, MD, MBA, (2.0, ’19) is a Physician and Medical Educator. James currently holds a position as Associate Chief Medical Officer at Loma Linda University Health. James’ areas of professional interest include patient safety, healthcare delivery, and performance improvement. James can be followed on Twitter or contacted via email.