The 2020-2021 AEUS Executive Committee will take office at SAEM20, May 12-15, 2020 in Denver.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Rob Huang is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan Department of Emergency Medicine. He is the residency program director and former Ultrasound Fellowship Director. His interests within ultrasound are the intersection of ultrasound and medical education, and extreme skepticism of every ‘next big thing’ in ultrasound.
Lindsay Taylor, MD, RDMS, RDCS, RVT
Virginia Commonwealth University Health System
Lindsay Taylor is an assistant professor and clinical ultrasound faculty member at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System in Richmond, Virginia. She graduated from Emergency Ultrasound fellowship in 2017 and her interests in ultrasound include but are not limited to critical care, trauma, global health, and education. Her passion is to make learning fun and engaging by incorporating education into games such as charades, bingo, jeopardy and monthly trivia nights for the residents and fellows. She will also take any opportunity to get into a costume…especially if Elaine designs it!
Lori Stolz, AEUS Past President
Emergency Ultrasound Director
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Lori Stolz is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Cincinnati. She is the Ultrasound Director at UC. Beyond ultrasound, global health and medical education are her next loves. Her sonographic specialty is using ballistics gel to create weird and exasperating phantoms for SonoGames stations.
Elaine Situ-LaCasse, MD
Elaine Situ-LaCasse is an assistant professor and the Director of Emergency Ultrasound Education at the University of Arizona-Tucson and Banner University Medical Center-Tucson. She graduated from Emergency Ultrasound fellowship in 2017, and her ultrasound passions are: ultrasound medical education, bedside cardiac ultrasound, and making nerdy, punny ultrasound costumes.
Kristin Dwyer, MD, MPH
Kristin Dwyer is an assistant professor of emergency medicine at the Warren Alpert medical school of Brown University and Director of the Brown Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Division and Fellowship. After completing residency at Boston Medical Center, and fellowship with Mike Stone at Brigham and Women's hospital, she relocated to Providence in 2016. She wishes she could come up with good ultrasound costumes like Elaine, but instead she loves travel, great food and wine and anything involving the ocean.
Christopher D. Thom, MD, RDMS
Christopher Thom is an assistant professor and Director of Emergency Ultrasound at the University of Virginia. He graduated from an Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship in 2014 , and his ultrasound interests include musculoskeletal imaging, ultrasound guided procedures, and evidence based point of care ultrasound applications.
Elaine Situ-LaCasse, MD
Kristin Dwyer, MD, MPH.