MedHub Annual User Conference 2019
Cindy Carruth
Cindy Carruth is a Systems Manager at Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education. Cindy has held multiple roles working with graduate medical education at Mayo Clinic since 2000. Cindy is the primary GME contact for MedHub and in her current role is focused on analyzing and implementing new functionality, auditing data, standardizing MedHub usage, supporting users, and facilitating and working alongside the MedHub Admin Team to optimize the program use of MedHub. Cindy has a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management and Communications from Concordia University, St. Paul, MN.
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Lori Ezzell
Lori Ezzell began her career as a pharmaceutical sales representative in Houston, Texas. She then moved on to an administrative position at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston where she has worked for the past 25 years; 21 of those years in medical education. She participated in the beta-test of eValue in 2006 and has been the lead eValue administrator for the Baylor College of Medicine Undergraduate Medical Education program since that time. She loves to make hand-made greeting cards and visit wineries with her husband of 18 years.
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Timothy G. Howell
Timothy G. Howell, Ed.D., ATC, PES, CES, CSCS
Dr. Howell is an Assistant Professor at Saint Louis University in the Department of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training. His primary role at the University is to serve as the Athletic Training Program’s Clinical Education Coordinator (CEC). Additionally, Dr. Howell is the course coordinator for the Applied Decision Making in Interprofessional Practice course within the Saint Louis University Undergraduate Interprofessional Education (IPE) program.
Dr. Howell received his Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science from Augustana College (SD), his Master of Arts Degree from Western Michigan University and his Doctorate in Education Administration from the University of South Dakota.
His interests include teaching with technology, creating new clinical opportunity partnerships for students, mountain biking and bouldering.
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Michele Knoll Friesinger
Michele Knoll Friesinger serves as the Assistant Dean of the Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine Office of Assessment, Evaluation, and Quality Improvement where she oversees the operations and leadership of the COM Assessment, Evaluation, and Quality Improvement initiatives which provides the College with effective and accurate assessments of student learning and the medical education curriculum. In this role she is also the College of Medicine’s eValue Superuser where she oversees eValue, provides training, data analysis expertise and responsive customer service to all stakeholders within the College. She has worked with eValue for over 8 years. She also has 10 years’ experience in medical education research (working collaboratively with other medical education institutions), health education research, risk assessments, and program evaluation. Michele has given over 25 National and Regional presentations.
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Ken Kosior, EdD, PT, MPT, ATC
Dr. Kosior is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at Quinnipiac University where he also serves as the School of Health Sciences Director of Outcomes Assessment. He holds a Doctorate in Education with emphasis in teaching and learning theory from University of St. Augustine. His research interests include assessment for effective teaching and learning in health profession education, the role of metacognitive awareness in teaching clinical reasoning, and how various pedagogical practices to enhance health profession student cognition.
Greg Lee
Greg Lee has been with the University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences since 2005 and has overseen their implementation and evolution of the use of eValue from 2010 to today. His background prior to that was in secondary education and property management.
Catie Perry
Catie is a Records Management Specialist for Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine and has been with the college for over 6 years. She earned her BS from Eastern Michigan University and is currently pursuing her MA from Ohio University. She manages medical student's records, grades, and eValue responsibilities and offers support to clinical education staff. She has created or assisted in the creation of numerous new procedures and coursework in eValue. In her spare time, Catie enjoys knitting, spending time with her husband and cats, and is an avid runner. Her next half-marathon is this weekend.
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Jeremy Podczerwinski
Jeremy has been working in the GME Office at the University of Chicago since late 2017 as a Data Integrity Analyst - a role that sees him working closely with all the institution's programs in regards to MedHub implementation and maintenance. Additionally, he is engaged in various institution-wide data-based projects, from accreditation reporting to compliance reviews.
Cassie Tortorici
Cassie has been the Anesthesia Program Administrator at UMass for just about 3 years now. In 2018, she was part of the implementation team to bring MedHub to her entire institution. Since then, she has been the go-to for her fellow coordinators for all things MedHub, especially Evaluations. In her spare time, Cassie performs as a standup comedian, improv actor, and singer.