About the Authors


Marc Auerbach
Marc Auerbach MD is the Associate Director of Pediatric Simulation at Yale University School of Medicine, co-chair of the Pediatric Academic Society’s Special Interest Group on Simulation-Based Research, and co-chair of INSPIRE (International Network for Pediatric Simulation-Based Pediatric Innovation, Research, and Education). A self-proclaimed “super geek,” Marc’s research and educational activities leverage technology to improve patient outcomes.
Maneesha Agarwal MD is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Children’s Healthcare at Emory in Atlanta, GA. Her professional passions are medical education and injury prevention, specifically poisoning. Maneesha enjoys spending time with her husband and family, cheering on her Tar Heels, skiing, and baking.
Michelle Alletag Michelle Alletag MD is an attending Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Children’s Hospital Dallas in Dallas, TX.  She is a frequent contributor and co-editor for the PEMNetwork Newsletter.
Todd P Chang Todd Chang MD MAcM is the associate fellowship director and incoming director for research & scholarship at the Division of Emergency Medicine at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.  He is serves with the INSPIRE Network and PEMCRC. He lives in Pasadena, CA, with his partner & a cat named Sarah.
Ameer Hassoun Ameer Hassoun MD is an Assistant Clinical Professor in Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at New York Presbyterian – Queens. His professional interests include medical education, international health, and quality improvement. He is the founder and manager of the Visual Diagnosis in Pediatric Emergency Medicine Facebook group.
David Kessler David Kessler MD is the director of clinical simulation and pediatric emergency ultrasound for the division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. He is also the research director for INSPIRE (International Network for Pediatric Simulation-Based Pediatric Innovation, Research, and Education). Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his family, tae-kwon-do, saxophone, and musical theater.
Angela Lumba-Brown MD, FAAP Angela Lumba MD is the Associate program director in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine. Her research focus is in pediatric traumatic brain injury and recent research has been in therapeutic intervention for concussion. She the director of PEMNetwork.
David Mathison MD MBA is the Regional medical director at PM Pediatrics and an adjunct professor of pediatric and emergency medicine at George Washington University. David practiced in the ED at Children’s National for 10 years where he was the director of the pediatric transport team. He is the author of the blue card (ED med dosing) app on iTunes/Android and founded healthEworks LLC in 2010. He continues to contribute articles, workshops, apps, and technology to the field of pediatric emergency medicine.
Lorraine Ng Lorraine Ng MD is an Assistant Clinical Professor and the Fellowship Director of the Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship in the division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. Her academic interests are in emergency ultrasound and medical education.
Brad Sobolewski MD MEd Brad Sobolewski MD MEd is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital & Medical Center. He focuses his energies on educational technology and runs multiple other blogs, tweets, etc. His digital footprints include his Online Portfolio, his PEMBlog, and his PEMTweets.
Sonny Tat Sonny Tat MD MPH is an Assistant Clinical Professor at University of California at San Francisco. His academic interests are in team performance in resuscitation, developing learning platforms for medical education, and transitioning academics to the digital age. Sonny created Emergency Bear Treats, a collaborative blog for PEM education and is the Editor-In-Chief of the PEMNetwork Blog. His hobbies include photography and cooking. Read Sonny’s posts
Brian Wagers Brian Wagers MD is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Riley Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis, IN. Brian’s academic interests include injury prevention, quality improvement, and global health. Brian loves to travel, run, and is interested in the intersection of business, medicine, and health policy.  He is from Cincinnati, Ohio (go Reds and Bengals).

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