Tackle the Challenges in Emergency Medicine as an Underrepresented Minority and/or Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resident or Student (RAMS and ADIEM Sponsored)
Nicole Nemore, MA
Residency Program Director, Associate Professor
Virginia Commonwealth UniversityJoel Moll is residency Program Director and Associate Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University. He previously served as Associate Program Director at the University of Michigan, and Assistant Program Director and Administration Fellowship Director at Emory University. Although always interested in education, Dr. Moll started his career in operations, and was medical director at Cleveland Clinic Florida and the University of Florida Gainesville prior to joining residency leadership. He has published multiple peer reviewed articles and textbook chapters, presents internationally and nationally, and has served on many national committees. He is Past President of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine’s Academy of Diversity and Inclusion in Emergency Medicine, and an oral boards examiner for the American Board of Emergency Medicine. He was recently honored to be named the VCU Health Leadership in Medical Education Residency Director of the year, and the recipient of the VCU School of Medicine Leonard Tow Humanism Award. Interests include graduate medical education, curriculum development, diversity and inclusion, and evidence-based medicine.
Audrey Bickel, MD
Nehal Naik, MD
SAEM RAMS PresidentNehal Naik is a 3rd year resident at the George Washington University in Washington DC. An immigrant to the United States and a Californian at heart. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of California, Berkeley, and received his MD from Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia.
Dr. Naik began his service to SAEM on the inaugural Resident and Medical Students (RAMS) board from 2017-2018, creating a home for trainees in SAEM and as chair of the RAMS research committee. He continued as the RAMS president from 2019-2020, and currently serves as the Immediate Past-President of RAMS. He has led RAMS to become a preeminent organization to advance the future of Emergency Medicine through the development of resident and medical students into academic leaders. He also served as the Global Emergency Medicine Academy (GEMA) Resident representative from 2019-2020.
His academic interests include global emergency medicine development in pre-hospital systems and medical education, along with innovative practice in emergency medicine.