The CCMS-AAEM Critical Care Speakers Exchange is a resource for conference organizers to recruit top-quality speakers in critical care medicine. Learn more about our speakers, and contact them for your next conference.
Heatherlee Bailey, MD FAAEM FCCM
Faculty , Durham VA Medical CenterDr. Bailey is an Emergency Medicine Intensivist, Dr. Bailey completed her Emergency Medicine Residency and a Faculty Fellowship in Critical Care at the Medical College of PA in Philadelphia. Her career is rooted in education, trainee development and mentorship.
Harman S. Gill, MD FAAEM
Assistant Professor , Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical CenterDr. Harman S Gill is a dual trained EM-CCM physician at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. He also serves as the APD for the IM-CCM fellowship program and the residency research director for the DHMC EM residency.
David H. Gordon, MD
Fellow , University of Maryland Medical CenterDr. Gordon is an Emergency Medicine / Critical Care physician with an additional year of advanced resuscitation training. He has spoken at multiple resident lectures as contributed to the Maryland Critical Care Project, The Crashing Patient Conference, and the Critical Care Symposium.
Maxwell Hockstein, MD, FAAEM
Assistant Professor , MedStar Washington Hospital CenterMax Hockstein works as both an emergency physician and cardiovascular surgical intensivist in Washington, DC. Interests include echocardiography, mechanical circulatory support, and clinical/translational research.
Allyson M. Hynes, MD
Assistant Professor of the Department of Emergency Medicine , University of New MexicoDr. Bailey is an Emergency Medicine Intensivist, Dr. Bailey completed her Emergency Medicine Residency and a Faculty Fellowship in Critical Care at the Medical College of PA in Philadelphia. Her career is rooted in education, trainee development and mentorship.
Ashika Jain, MD FAAEM FACEP RDMS
Associate Professor , NYU Langone Health, Grossman School of MedicineTrying to understand the lifelong lesson that is the art of medicine is an ongoing and daily practice. As an emergency physician with a hankering for trauma critical care and emergency ultrasound with a sprinkling of global health and simulation curricula, Ashika continues to take the opportunity to combine passions.
Skyler A. Lentz, MD FAAEM
Assistant Professor , University of Vermont, Larner College of MedicineSkyler Lentz, MD, FAAEM is a board-certified emergency and critical care physician. He regular speaks locally, regionally and nationally on mechanical ventilation and other critical care topics.
Tsuyoshi Mitarai, MD FAAEM FACEP
Clinical Associate Professor, Founder of Emergency Critical Care Program , Stanford University School of MedicineDr. Tsuyoshi Mitarai was born and grew up in Japan until he was 17. He graduated from University of Rochester School of Medicine in 2002 and completed his combined internal medicine/emergency medicine residency at University of Maryland in 2007.
Andrew W. Phillips, MD MEd FAAEM
Staff physician , Washington Hospital, Fremont, CADr. Phillips is a former junior high teacher turned emergency physician and intensivist. He graduated medical school from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine and went on to do both an emergency medicine residency at the Stanford University/Kaiser EM program and an anesthesia critical care fellowship at Stanford University.
Joseph Shiber, MD FAAEM FACP FCCM
Professor of EM, Surgery, and Neurology , UF COM – JacksonvilleDr. Shiber completed his undergraduate degree and further graduate studies at Johns Hopkins University, and then medical school at U. of Maryland. He was the first graduate of the combined EM-IM Residency at U. Maryland Medical System (UMMS) where he was Chief Resident.
Elias Er-Ny Wan, MD FAAEM
Attending Intensivist and Attending Emergency Physician , Maimonides Medical CenterElias Wan, MD FAAEM is a board-certified Emergency Medicine and Critical Care physician. He completed his Emergency Medicine Residency at Icahn School of Medicine – Beth Israel in Manhattan and Internal Medicine Critical Care Fellowship at Albert Einstein School of Medicine – Montefiore Medical Center in Bronx, New York where he also served as the Chief Academic Fellow in his senior year.
Gregory Wu, MD FAAEM
Assistant Professor , Albany Medical CenterDr. Wu is an Emergency and Critical Care Medicine who grew up in the Boston area but has spent most of his adult life wandering up and down the I-90 corridor. He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Albany Medical Center in 2017, serving as chief resident.