Harvard Macy Community Blog

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Michael Gottlieb, MD, RDMS is Assistant Professor and Director of Emergency Ultrasound at Rush University Medical Center, as well as co-creator and Chief Academic Officer for the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM) Faculty Incubator. He has authored over 100 peer-reviewed publications, is a peer-reviewer for 15 journals, Associate Editor for the Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, Social Media Editor for Academic Emergency Medicine, and a nationally-recognized speaker. His academic interests include resident education, with a focus on ultrasound and procedural training. You can follow him on Twitter @MGottliebMD.


 


 

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Nisha Chadha, MD (Educators, ’19) is an assistant professor of ophthalmology and medical education and the director of medical student education in ophthalmology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Nisha’s areas of professional interest include incorporating technology into medical education and curriculum development. Nisha can be followed on Twitter or reached via email.

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Andrew S. Parsons, MD, MPH (Educators, ’19) is a medical educator and Internal Medicine Hospitalist. Andrew currently holds a position as Assistant Professor of Medicine and Director of Clinical Skills at the University of Virginia School of Medicine where he also serves as Associate Program Director for the Internal Medicine Residency Program. Andrew’s areas of professional interest include clinical reasoning, remediation, and high-value care. Andrew can be followed on Twitter or reached via email.

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Sarah Mills, MD, MPH (Educators, ’19) is a medical educator and palliative care physician. Sarah is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine and Assistant Program Director of the Palliative Care Fellowship at Dell Medical School. Sarah’s area of professional interest include patient communication, end of life care, unconscious bias in healthcare, and how those three aspects interplay to affect patient care. Sarah can be followed on Twitter or contacted via email.

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Hannah C.P. Wilson, MA (Cantab), MD (Educators, Leaders, ’19) is a physician and medical educator. Hannah is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Medical Education at Harvard Medical School and serves as a Teaching Fellow. Hannah’s areas of professional interest include feedback and evaluation, retention and burnout in residency training, and learning orientation in graduate medical education. Hannah can be followed on Twitter or LinkedIn.