Today is Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017

Department of

Emergency Medicine

Meet the GRR Course Directors

 

ronanSarah Ronan-Bentle, MD

Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Ronan-Bentle is an Assistant Residency Director for the Department of Emergency Medicine. She is a graduate of University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and completed residency in the University of Cincinnati's Department of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Ronan has been an educator throughout here career and is particularly interested in helping senior medical students transition to being successful residents.

 

bryantWhitney Bryant, MD MPH MEd

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Bryant is in her sixth year as a faculty member at the University of Cincinnati. She runs the Intern Report Program for the residency where she focuses on helping build confidence, knowledge, and skills among the interns as they being their experience as physicians. She completed her Emergency Medicine residency at NYU-Bellevue Hospital and completed her Masters of Education here in Cincinnati.

 

richardsonChristopher Richardson, MD

Emergency Medicine Resident

Dr. Richardson is a fourth year Emergency Medicine resident who attended medical school at Stony Brook University. Before medical school, he taught physics in New York City and he has carried his love of teaching into his medical career. His academic interests include improving the transition of medical students to residents (mainly via this course) and Palliative Care and its application in the Emergency Medicine. Outside of medicine, he loves University of Louisville Basketball, cats, and a good hug.

 

lagasseGrace Lagasse, MD

Emergency Medicine Resident

Grace is a third year Emergency Medicine resident who was born and raised near Philadelphia, PA. She attended medical school at Temple University and enjoys traveling and Global Health Medicine.

 

titoneLauren Titone, MD

Emergency Medicine Resident

Lauren is a third year Emergency Medicine resident who hails from Long Island, New York. She attended the University of Notre Dame for undergrad where she became obsessed with the craziness that is college football. She moved back to the east coast for medical school where she attended SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY.

 

goelAnita Goel, MD

Journal Cub Coordinator / Teaching Assistant / Emergency Medicine Resident

Anita is a third year Emergency Medicine resident who hails from Cincinnati, Ohio. She is excited to be updating and improving the journal club content of the course as well as assisting with the sim component.

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