Dr. Carmelli is a 2017 graduate of the Emergency Medicine residency program at Kings County and SUNY Downstate, where he decided to stay on as faculty. He took on the role of Assistant Clerkship Director and is doing a Medical Education Fellowship as well. He completed his medical degree at USC’s Keck School of Medicine in California, where he grew up. His interests are in medical education, where he has spent most of his time. He is an enthusiastic teacher both in the clinical setting and in the lecture hall. He was awarded “best resident”, the first place award for the CPC National Competition at ACEP in 2016 and again as “best attending” in Sri Lanka at the World Academic Congress of Emergency Medicine (WACEM) conference in 2017. His goal is to complete his medical education fellowship and Masters in Medical Education and go on to take a full time faculty position in an academic institution. Guy Carmelli’s roles: Involved in residency education Conference leader in the Small Talks Lecture Series Teaching Mini-Fellowship Coordinator Medical Student Advisor Assistant Clerkship Director Medical Student physical exam leader Clinical Monster blogpost editor Interest: Creative design and editing, curricular design, online communities and mentorship, Medical Education research, resident wellness, and lecture theory and guidance