Megan Rybarczyk is from Muncie, Indiana and received her undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame with a major in the Biological Sciences and a minor in Anthropology in 2009 and her medical degree from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in 2013. She completed her residency training in Emergency Medicine at Boston Medical Center June 2017, serving her final year as a Chief Resident. Her experiences in the field of Global Health have involved clinical work, research, and/or education in countries such as the Democratic Republic of Congo, Dominica, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Haiti, Honduras, India, Pakistan, South Africa, and Uganda. Her research and academic interests involve topics spanning from sex- and gender-based violence and gender-based medicine to substance abuse and burn injuries. She completed her International Emergency Medicine Fellowship at the Harvard/Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) Program June 2019, with a focus on education/curriculum development, EM program development, and emergency care system development abroad. She is currently a member of the EM faculty at BWH and working clinically at South Shore Hospital.

Speaking Topics

  • Medical Education (Simulation, FOAM, Innovations)
  • Trauma and Critical Care (including Airway)
  • Emergency Ultrasound
  • Burn Injuries
  • Global Health
  • International Emergency Medicine