Dr. Michael Simpson

Dr. Simpson is an emergency physician and medical toxicologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He completed his residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and his medical toxicology fellowship at the Harvard Medical Toxicology Fellowship. His research interests include prediction and management of cardiovascular toxicity in acute drug overdose.

Dr. Max Kravitz

Dr. Kravitz is a physician who specializes in emergency medicine. He received his BA, MD, and MBA degrees from Temple University. He completed his emergency medicine residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, serving as chief resident in his final year. His research interests are in biomarkers and therapeutics for sepsis, with a focus on the endothelial glycocalyx.

Dr. John Lee

Dr. Lee is an Emergency Medicine physician and an electrical engineer. After majoring in electrical engineering at Cornell University, he worked as an integrated circuit designer at Advanced Micro Devices in Silicon Valley. He received his MS and PhD in electrical engineering at MIT focusing on medical device design. He received his MD from the University of Chicago and completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Currently, he is a clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School and a research fellow with the Center for Resuscitation Science at BIDMC. His research interests include noninvasive and minimally invasive monitoring technology for critically ill patients in the emergency department and the ICU.

Hannah Tedawes

Hannah currently a fourth-year student at Northeastern University pursuing a BS degree in Behavioral Neuroscience and Mathematics. She has taken a wide range of curricula and has experience as a tutor and teaching assistant in different mathematics subjects. While at Northeastern, she has also worked as a medical assistant at the Allergy and Asthma Center of Boston, and as a research assistant at KSQ therapeutics, where she participated in immuno-oncology research involving gene editing and CRISPR. Hannah am excited to be involved in emergency medicine research, and to be a part of the team!

Dr. Shannon Leland

Dr. Leland is a physician who specialized in pediatric critical care medicine. She received her MD from Boston University School of Medicine, completed a residency in pediatrics at Boston Children’s Hospital and Boston Medical Center, and a Master’s of Public Health at Johns Hopkin’s University. She is currently in her final year of pediatric critical care fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital. Her research interests include optimized outcome assessments to advance clinical research in pediatric acute respiratory distress syndrome and sepsis.