Shawn Gomez, Eng.Sc.D

Shawn Gomez, Eng.Sc.D

Director, FastTraCS
Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering
Joint Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacology
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Yee Lam, MD, PhD

Yee Lam, MD, PhD

Family Medicine
Primary Care, Assistant Professor of Medicine
Department of Family Medicine

Robert (Rob) W. Lampman, MD

Robert (Rob) W. Lampman, MD

Internal Medicine
Hospitalist, Assistant Professor of Medicine
Division of Hospital Medicine, Department of Medicine

James (Jim) Larson, MD

James (Jim) Larson, MD

Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine, Clinical Professor
Department of Emergency Medicine

Austin S. Rose, MD, MBA, FARS

Austin S. Rose, MD, MBA, FARS

Surgery; Pediatrics
Attending, Pediatric Rhinology, Allergy & Sinus Surgery, Professor
Department of Otolaryngology — Head & Neck Surgery

Alan Rosenbaum, MD, MSCR

Alan Rosenbaum, MD, MSCR

Surgery; Women's Health
Fellow, Women's Reproductive Health
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Kimberly (Kim) Young BSN, RN, CCRN-K

Kimberly (Kim) Young BSN, RN, CCRN-K

Intensive Care; Quality Improvement
Clinical Senior Management Engineer
Office of Quality Excellence — Performance Improvement

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