RISE announces 2020-2022 fellows
Research. Innovation. Scholarship. Education. (RISE) has announced its 2020-2022 fellows, who will develop and implement novel ideas in health sciences education as education innovators. The 2020 cohort:
- Sandra L. Hearn, M.D., an assistant professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation. As a RISE fellow, Hearn will reshape the feedback culture using a virtual landscape.
- Hyeon Joo, M.S., M.H.I., a software developer in the Department of Anesthesiology and doctorate graduate student in the Department of Learning Health Sciences, Health Infrastructures and Learning Systems. As a RISE fellow, Joo will develop an evidence-based machine learning tool to improve the care of heart failure patients by integrating its use with practitioners and learners.
- Andrew E. Krumm, Ph.D., an assistant professor of learning health sciences. As a RISE fellow, Krumm will devise targeted assessment-feedback encounters to improve general surgeons’ operative performance.
- Margaret (Meg) Wolff, M.D., MHPE, an associate professor of emergency medicine and pediatrics. As a RISE fellow, Wolff will develop a comprehensive coaching program in graduate medical education.
This new cohort will join current fellows John C. Burkhardt, M.D., Ph.D., Marcus Sherman, B.S., Shoba Subramanian, Ph.D., and Marty Tam, M.D., who currently are making progress on various challenges facing health sciences education and health care.
Michigan Medicine established RISE in 2019 to cultivate and engage a learning community in bold and innovative education for the advancement of science, health and health care delivery.