Jessica Pelletier, DO
Jessica Pelletier, DO, is an Emergency Medicine Education Fellow at Washington University School of Medicine. Dr. Pelletier attended medical school at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and residency at Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. She serves as the African Medical Advisor with Techies Without Borders, a global nonprofit that delivers continuing medical education to resource-constrained regions. Her research interests involve procedural and simulation education, and the human factors of the high-acuity applications of this teaching. Dr. Pelletier’s interests include simulation-based undergraduate and graduate medical education, cognitive load theory, the use of osteopathic manipulative therapy (OMT) in the emergency department, and expanding emergency medicine to regions where it is not fully developed as a specialty.
Samantha Stringer, MD
Samantha (Sam) was born and raised in Cleveland, OH. She did undergrad at University of Dayton and medical school at University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. She completed emergency medicine residency at University of Michigan, where she was a chief resident in her last year. She is currently an education fellow and excited to learn about all facets of medical education, with specific interests in transitions in UME/GME, individualized education, coaching, and effective lecturing.