Since graduating from residency at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital in 2012, I spent one year doing a fellowship in Geriatric Emergency Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical Center. My research focused on designing a multi-phased approach to protocol development and implementation in the ED, focusing specifically on indwelling urinary catheters in older adults as the pilot process. Since fellowship, I have remained active in the GEM community and am currently the Assistant GEM Fellowship Director at Weill Cornell. My other passion has turned to resident education. As the Assistant Program Director for the EM residency at NYPH, I have focused academic interest on feedback and developing our Business of Medicine curriculum.

Speaking Topics

  • Research (Methodology, Funding)
  • Geriatric Emergency Medicine
  • Medical Education - Giving Feedback