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Research Interests

I am a pediatric emergency medicine practitioner and educator who began my work at Northwestern and Lurie Children's in 2001, having completed residency and fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital. I am the Director of the founder of the kidSTAR Medical Education Program. I am actively involved in the Society for SImulation In Healthcare and the INSPIRE pediatric simulation research consortium.

I am interested in the development of graduate education curricula based on robust assessment programs. I am particularly focused on communicating to peers about current validity frameworks and how this applies to the development of assessments. I am actively involved in the divisional fellowship program, teaching a weekly research curriculum. I am also an associate director within the Office of Faculty Program in the Department of Pediatrics.

I am interested pediatric sepsis evaluation and improvement in treatment efficiency. I have been actively involved in the Lurie ED sepsis QI process. I am also interested in education for Outreach clinical providers in the Lurie Children's system

Certifications and Licenses

Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Training Experience

1995Residency, Johns Hopkins Hospital
2001Fellowship, Johns Hopkins Hospital

Education/Academic qualification

MD, University of Pittsburgh

… → 1992

Research interests

  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Post-Graduate Medical Education
  • Simulation


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