AEUS Resident Spotlight
Jonathan Warren is currently a third year resident at the Harbor-UCLA department of Emergency Medicine and a medical education fellow at the David Geffen School of Medicine. He has a profound interest in ultrasound education and outside of residency, you will find him editing Art of Emergency Medicine, an online art blog and wellness education source for those in emergency medicine. In his free time, Jonathan enjoys hiking, photography, and spending time with his wife and puppy.
Past Resident Spotlight Honorees
Phong Huynh, MD
Dr. Phong Huynh is a PGY-3 resident at New York-Presbyterian Emergency Medicine Residency with an enthusiasm for point-of-care ultrasound. He was tasked to formulate an education conference day based on a focused theme and chose the utilization of point-of-care ultrasound in critical patients. Phong coordinated efforts with ultrasound and simulation faculty to create a dynamic hands-on learning experience for learners of varying stages. The whole day was gamified to illicit the inherent competitive spirit to enhance learning. Residents who returned to their clinical shifts after the learning session actually incorporated the learning objectives which translated to saving the life of a patient with massive pulmonary embolism.
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Winner - AEUS Innovation Award
Dr. Brown is a third-year resident in the Johns Hopkins Emergency Medicine residency program. During her fourth year of residency, she looks forward to completing a mini-fellowship in emergency ultrasound, and is enthusiastic about creating content to support POCUS educators and learners. Upon the completion of her residency training in 2024, Whitney hopes to translate the skill and expertise acquired in point-of-care ultrasound into a leadership role in her future practice setting. Outside of her academic pursuits, Whitney enjoys traveling with her husband and taking her Goldendoodle to the park.