Dr. Katarzyna Gore completed residency training at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Chicago in 2015 after which she started her career at Rush University Medical Center. She was instrumental to the creation of the Emergency Medicine Residency at Rush who's inaugural class started in 2017. Given her dedication to and passion for resident teaching she became the Assistant Program Director of the EM residency in 2018. She has also become very involved in undergraduate medical education and acts as a clinician educator for the pre-clinical curriculum in the Rush Medical College.
Dr. Gore is particularly interested in faculty development and residency administration and is currently part of the Residency Admin Fellowship through CORD and finished a two year course through the Rush University Interprofessional Leadership Program. She hopes to use these skills to better serve her residents and in particular focus on sponsorship of future female leaders.

Dr. Gore has given given numerous talks to her own residents on topic including CVA/TIA, tachyarrhythmias, eye emergencies, asymptomatic HTN, PE/DVT, head and spine trauma , imposter syndrome amongst others. She has also presented on a national level at CORD at the tech panel on the use of Evernote. She hopes to continue to expand her national repertoire of talks and loves the challenge of any topic!

Speaking Topics

  • Medical Education (Simulation, FOAM, Innovations)