Professor, Vice Chair of Emergency Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine
Dr. Mattu has received more than a dozen teaching awards including national teaching awards from the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) and the American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM), and in 2000 he was selected as Founder’s Day Teacher of the Year for the University of Maryland at Baltimore campus. He received the 2005-2006 Rookie Faculty of the Year Award and the Outstanding Speaker of the Year Award from ACEP, the 2006 Program Director of the Year Award from the AAEM Resident and Student Association, the 2007 Maryland Emergency Physician of the Year Award from the Maryland Chapter-ACEP, and the 2008 JoeLex National Educator of the Year Award from AAEM. Dr. Mattu is a frequent speaker at national and international CME conferences on diverse medical topics and faculty development.
Associate Professor and Staff Physician, Emergency Department and Fracture Clinic, North York General Hospital, Toronto, ON
Arun has been an emergency physician at North York General Hospital -a busy community teaching hospital in Toronto -since 1993. In 2005, he added weekly work in the Minor Fracture Clinic seeing Minor ED Ortho patients in follow-up. Spending a lot of time with orthopedic surgeons (not as bad as it sounds -really!) highlighted not only which ED orthopedic injuries get missed/mismanaged, but helped to understand the 'why'.
Director of Acute Medicine, North Memorial Health
Cameron lives in Minneapolis, MN. He spends half of his time working weekend night shifts, and the other half trying to change healthcare delivery. He has achieved quite a lot of success by disambiguating complex care processes with competing interests (e.g. chest pain, syncope, heart failure treatment, etc.). Outside of work, Cameron tries to keep three young children alive and happy.
Emergency physician and trauma team leader at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto, and Assistant Professor and Clinician-Educator in the Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto
Dr. Christopher Hicks is an emergency physician and trauma team leader at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto, and Assistant Professor and Clinician-Educator in the Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto. He is an education research scientist at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge institute, and appointee to the International Centre for Surgical Safety, with a program of research that focuses on simulation-based psychological skills training, human factors and clinical logistics. He has innovated in several areas of resuscitation and psychological skills, including mental practice, stress inoculation training and the trauma black box program. In 2018, Chris co-created and chaired resusTO, an inter-professional simulation-based resuscitation conference in Toronto with international acclaim. In 2020, he co-founded Advanced Performance, consultingwith hospitals and industry using simulation to inform the design of systems, spaces and teams. Chris is an avid speaker and lecturer, staunch #FOAMed supporter, occasional runner and cyclist, fledgling boxer, semi-retired pianist, and proud father of three lunatic boys.
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill
Dr. Shenvi is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of North Carolina –Chapel Hill and Director of the UNC Office of Academic Excellence for the School of Medicine, coordinating coaching and academic support programs for the students. She is fellowship-trained in Geriatric EM, launched the Geriatric EM podcast, GEMCAST, and has served on the board of governors for the ACEP Geriatric ED accreditation. Dr. Shenvi is a passionate educator and has received multiple institutional and national teaching awards. She co-directs the ACEP Teaching Fellowship and has a passion for teaching, learning, deliberate practice, and innovative pedagogy.
Director for Pre-Health Undergraduate Studies, Keck School of Medicine of theUniversity of Southern California, Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine (Educational Scholar) Department of Emergency Medicine Los Angeles County + USC Medical Center
Dr. Rose is the Director for Pre-Health Undergraduate Studies at Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. A native South Dakotan, she trained in Emergency Medicine and was chief resident at Los Angeles County/ USC Medical Center prior to completing a Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship at Loma LindaUniversity. She has been core Emergency Medicine faculty at LA County/USC Medical Center since 2010 where she continues to care for both sick/injured children and adults. Dr. Rose is a prolific educator with numerous publications and invited national presentations. Dr. Rose has been awarded several education awards including multiple LAC/USC faculty of the year awards, outstanding teaching performance, and the Honorable Mention Outstanding Speaker of the Year for the American College of Emergency PhysicianScientific Assembly. She recently published two textbooks, one on life-threatening rashes and another practical clinical guide on pediatric emergencies for the EM-trained provider.
Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; Chief, Dept. of Emergency Medicine and faculty in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Olive View-UCLA Medical Center
Dr. Moran is board certified in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Infectious Diseases and completed all his postgraduate training at UCLA. He is particularly interested in infectious disease problems in the Emergency Department. Research interests include community-associated MRSA, pneumonia, skin and soft tissue infections, urinary tract infections, infection control, and nonsurgical management of appendicitis. Research publications have appeared in JAMA and the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr. Moran isa co-investigator for EMERGEncy ID NET, a nationwide network of emergency departments developed in collaboration with the CDC for the study of emerging infectious diseases. He is a frequent lecturer nationwide at educational programs regarding infectious diseases in the emergency department and is Associate Editor for Annals of Emergency Medicine. He was also medical advisor for 5 seasons of the NBC television program “ER”.
Affiliated Medical Professor, Department of Clinical Medicine, City University of New York School of Medicine
Howard Greller is an Emergency Physician, Medical Toxicologist, Addiction Specialist and lifetime New Yorker. He co-hosts the Sirius/XM Doctor Radio Emergency Medicine show, is the &Howard to the Dantastic Mr. Tox podcast, and co-founder of The Tox and Hound. His favorite molecule is 1,3,7-trimethylxanthine, and he hopes to one day eat the world. But he understands that it must be done one bite at a time.
Associate Professor, Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Dr. Claudius attends in the Emergency Department at Harbor-UCLA. Her research interests include adolescent mental health and mass casualty triage for children.
Attending Physician, Beaumont Health Royal Oak's Level 1 Trauma Tertiary Care Center; Assistant Professor, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine; and Attending Physician, Harbor Beach Community Hospital
Dr. Hope has been nominated for an Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award and enjoys teaching in the classroom as well as at the bedside. She graduated from Michigan State University's College of Human Medicine and is a loyal Spartan fan! Dr. Hope is passionate about health promotion, empowerment and using evidence-based truths about human nature to improve habits and healthspan. She is a frequent volunteer at local homeless shelters, community centers, and senior citizen group meetings, sharing her enthusiasm about wellness and confidence.
University of Colorado School of Medicine/Children’s Hospital Colorado
Jason Woods, MD is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and practices clinically in the pediatric emergency department at Children’s Hospital Colorado. He is the Associate Program Director of the pediatric emergency medicine fellowship at the University of Colorado. Dr. Woods’s passion is the delivery of medical education to front line providers of pediatric emergency and urgent care, with a focus on trainees. In particular, he focuses on digital dissemination of knowledge. He is an inaugural co-chair of the PECARN (Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network) Dissemination Working Group, the head of dissemination for the PEM-NEWS node of PECARN, and a member of the EMSC (Emergency Medical Services for Children) Innovation and Improvement Center Knowledge Management team. Dr. Woods is the founder of the Little Big Med Podcast, a recurring contributor to several national CME podcasts, and the director of the ACEP-EQUAL podcast series through ALiEM (Academic Life in Emergency Medicine).
Department of Medical Toxicology, Banner University Medical Center Phoenix; Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Arizona College of Medicine Phoenix
Dr. Spyres received her MD from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City and stayed in New York to complete an Emergency Medicine residency at Bellevue/New York University. She completed her Medical Toxicology fellowship training in 2016 at Banner—University Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. She is currently Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine Phoenix and faculty in the department of Medical Toxicology at Banner—University Medical Center Phoenix. Her research interests include envenomations, emerging drugs of abuse, gender in medicine, and the intersection of critical care and toxicology. She is co-founder of Women in Toxicology, a subgroup of ACMT that promotes women in academic medicine. Additionally, she is part the leadership team for ACMT’s Toxicology Investigators Consortium Registry (ToxIC), focusing on detecting trends in novel drugs of abuse.
Director of research and CME, Adena Medical Center, Professor of Emergency Medicine, adjunct at The Wexner Medical Center at the Ohio State University
Mike is the Director of Research and CME and the IRB chair at the Adena Medical Center and Professor of Emergency Medicine, Adjunct at the Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University.He is the executive editor for UC RAP, the risk management section editor for EM RAP, and has contributed to ERcast, EmCrit, and Risk Management Monthly. He has published original research in JAMA IM and Annals of Emergency Medicine and is the risk management section editor for CorePendium and chapter author of chest pain evaluation. He is the author of the Bouncebacks! series of books and with Scott Weingart and Kevin Klauer published Bouncebacks! Critical Care in February 2021. Michael has practiced medicine nationally and internationally including volunteer work in Papua New Guinea, Nepal, and the West Indies. Research interests include ED evaluation and management of chest pain, patient safety, EM medical education, and of course, Bouncebacks!
Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of California, San Francisco; Zuckerberg San Francisco General; Founder/CEO of ALiEM
Michelle Lin is a Professor of Emergency Medicine at University of California San Francisco, practicing primarily at the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. She is also the founder of Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM), which is a medical education organization focused on accelerating education for health professionals specifically through the use of digital technologies.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, University of Southern California; Director/Co-Host Essentials of Emergency Medicine
Dr. Mizuho Morrison is a board-certified Emergency Medicine physician who works clinically in Southern California. Mizuho enjoys the balance of working clinically in both an academic setting at Los Angeles County + USC Keck School of Medicine, and in the community for Southern California Kaiser Permanente. In the MedED world, she served as Editor-in-Chief of podcasts for five years at Hippo Education. Mizuho now serves as Senior Director of Medical Education at Hippo Education; & Director & Co-Host for Essentials of Emergency Medicine. She is not only a national lecturer, but is an advocate for medical educator development & enjoys helping others grow to strengthen their voice and platform.
Emergency Physician, Maimonides Medical Center Brooklyn, New York
Reuben Strayer, author of emupdates.com, is an emergency physician based in New York City. His clinical areas of interest include airway management, analgesia, opioid misuse, procedural sedation, agitation, decision-making and error. His extra-clinical areas of interest include sweeping generalizations and jalapeño peppers. He lures himself out of bed with chocolate before heading to Maimonides Medical Center, in Brooklyn, where he is happily employed.
Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics at Upstate Medical University, Director of Pediatric Emergency Services at Golisano Children’s Hospital, and Medical Director for the Central New York Poison Control Center
Dr. Cantor is also the Director of the Fellowship Program In Pediatric Emergency Medicine. He is nationally known for his work as a researcher and educator in the fields of pediatric emergency medicine and toxicology. Cantor has held multiple leadership positions in the field of pediatric emergency medicine through ACEP and AAP. He currently serves on the following ACEP National Committees: Educational Meetings, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Public Relations, and Publications Advisory Board. He has also served on the editorial and development boards of national curricula including APLS: The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Resource. He received the ACEP Outstanding Speaker of the Year Award in 1994 and the ACEP National Education Award in Emergency Medicine in 2002. In 2009, he published a textbook, Neonatal Emergencies, which has received a special commendation award from the 2010 British Medical Association Committee. He is a member of the American Board of Pediatrics and American Board of Emergency Medicine Joint Sub-board in Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Dr. Cantor is a well known invited International Speaker in Pediatric Emergency Medicine, having spoken in Europe, India, and the Middle East. At Upstate Medical University, he serves as an Advisory Dean, is a member of the Medical School Admissions Committee, and is on the Medical Alumni Board of Directors.
Attending Emergency Physician at ValleyView Hospital in Glenwood Springs, CO, St. Charles Medical Center in Bend, OR
A multiple award winning educator and lecturer, Dr. Orman is the host of Essentials of Emergency Medicine and the ERcast podcast where he distills complex ideas into useable nuggets. His goal with ERcast is to demystify aspects of medicine that make us anxious, normalize the seeming insanity of the job, and dissect the practices and thought processes of masters in the field.
Attending Physician, Emergency Medicine & Critical Care, St Michael's Hospital Associate Professor, University of Toronto
Dr. Sara Gray works in Toronto, at St. Michael’s Hospital, a large academic trauma centre. She divides her work between Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, wellness programs, public speaking and professional coaching. Her finest achievements are her children, who consider her to be a passable chef and an excellent chauffeur.
Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Stony Brook School of Medicine, and Attending Physician, Division Chief, Emergency Critical Care at Stony Brook University Medical Center
Scott is an ED Intensivist from New York. He did fellowships in Trauma, Surgical Critical Care, and ECMO. He is best known for talking to himself about Resuscitation and Critical Care on a podcast called EMCrit, which has been downloaded > 20 million times.
Voluntary faculty at UC Irvine and UCLA Department of Pediatrics, Director of Resident Education and Attending Physician for Long Beach Memorial/Miller Children’s Pediatric Emergency Department
Dr. Behar is a native of Las Vegas, Nevada and a Graduate of The University of California, Berkeley and University of Nevada School of Medicine. He trained in Pediatrics and Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles, served as Chief Resident there and brings a wide variety of clinical experience in Pediatric Emergency Medicine to the table. As the father of 3 children, he’s got street cred when it comes to kids and is thankful that most of you enjoy caring for self-destructive adults so that he doesn’t have to.
Eye Health Northwest
Will Flanary is an ophthalmologist, writer, and comedian who moonlights in his free time as “Dr. Glaucomflecken” on Twitter and TikTok. Effortlessly blending humor with education, Dr. Glaucomflecken has spent the last 5 years informing audiences on a wide range of topics, like navigating the confusing world of over-the-counter eyedrops, the horrifying consequences of sleeping in contact lenses, and his recent experiences as a patient in the medical system. He has a passion for educating non-ophthalmologists about ophthalmology and is a frequent speaker at medical conferences across multiple specialties, including ophthalmology, emergency medicine, primary care, and critical care medicine.