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Dr. Joseph Kim is a physician technologist who has a passion to leverage health information technology to improve public health. In his spare time, he writes about non-clinical medical jobs, medicine and technology, medical smartphones, and mobile computing. Dr. Kim received a B.S. in engineering from MIT, an M.D. from the University of Arkansas College of Medicine, and an M.P.H. from the University of Massachusetts Amherst School of Public Health and Health Sciences.
Thuc Huynh, MD
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Dr. Thuc Huynh is a physician and webpreneur. She is a technology nut who uses many resources to enhance her life and work as a family physician. She is the Chief Operating Officer of Scutwork.com, the leading website for residency program reviews, and she founded MDSalaries.net, a website reporting physician salaries for every specialty. She is currently working on more websites to help medical students during their training. Dr Huynh graduated as Chief Resident and Teacher of the Year from her family medicine residency in Rapid City, SD. She received her M.D. at the Medical University of the Americas.
Riley Alexander, MD, MBA
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Dr. Riley Alexander is a pathology resident at Indiana University School of Medicine, blog "addict" and avid follower of technology. His primary interests revolve around how technology, especially mobile, will create increased efficiency, enhanced physician education and better delivery of care in the medical field. Dr. Alexander is a graduate of Indiana University School of Medicine with a combined MD/MBA, in partnership with IU's Kelley School of Business. Due to this, he is also very interested in management, healthcare policy and non-clinical aspects of the medical field and enjoys exploring non-clinical opportunities for medical students, residents and physicians. He completed his undergraduate education at IU-Bloomington.
Farah Chery, MD
Dr. Farah Chery is both a physician and self proclaimed linguist who travels around the world looking for new adventures. Her interests are focused on understanding how technological advances in medicine affect the health of global communities. Though a significant portion of her undergraduate studies were spent in Spain at the Universities of Salamanca and Valencia, Dr. Chery received her bachelor’s degrees in Spanish Literature and Biology from Rutgers University. She later went on to get a medical doctorate from New Jersey Medical School and completed a residency in Southern California. When Dr. Chery is not on one of her missions to “heal the world”, she is on the dance floor perfecting her salsa and bachata moves.
Ellen Kim, MD
Dr. Ellen Kim is a family physician at Wrightstown Family Medicine. She received her bachelor's degree at MIT, graduated from Drexel University College of Medicine, and completed her family medicine residency at the University of Pennsylvania where she also served as chief resident. She is board certified in family medicine and enjoys blogging on her Mac in her spare time.
Ethan Segal, MD
Ethan Segal, MD, is a freelance medical writer who specializes in creating copy for clients and companies in the medical technology sector. In addition to his medical training in neurology, he is a published author in peer-reviewed research journals and has worked for several years as a freelance medical writer.
Brittany Chan, MBA (MD/MBA Candidate 2013)
Brittany Chan is a medical student at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. In 2011, she received her MBA in Health Organization Management from the Texas Tech Rawls College of Business as part of the MD/MBA dual degree program. Originally from the Houston area, she graduated summa cum laude with degrees in psychology and general studies from Texas Tech University in 2009. In addition to blogging, Brittany enjoys reading, crafts, and spending time with family and friends.