Matthew Strehlow MD
Dr. Strehlow is a Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine/Surgery at Stanford University School of Medicine and Director of the Clinical Unit. He is actively involved in the development of Emergency Medicine internationally and Co-Directs the International Emergency Medicine Fellowship. Dr. Strehlow’s areas of interest include emergency cardiology, critical care, and education. He has served as Chair of the California American College of Emergency Physicians Education Committee. Additionally, Dr. Strehlow lectures regularly both nationally and internationally receiving multiple teaching awards including the American College of Emergency Medicine Rising Star Speaking Award and the Stanford University Emergency Medicine Resident Teaching Award.
S.V. Mahadevan MD
Dr. Mahadevan, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine/Surgery at Stanford University School of Medicine, has written, traveled, and taught widely, presenting over 400 invited lectures worldwide and authoring over 100 journal articles, book chapters, and multimedia publications. He is lead editor of the textbook, An Introduction to Clinical Emergency Medicine, which was awarded the 2006 American Medical Writer’s Association Award: Physician’s Category as the top medical textbook in the United States for all specialties. Dr. Mahadevan has received numerous prestigious national and international teaching awards including the Council of Residency Director’s (CORD) National Faculty Teaching Award (2003), American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) National Faculty Teaching Award (2012), California ACEP Education Award (2011), the Stanford-Kaiser Emergency Medicine Resident Bedside Teaching Award (2003), the Denise O'Leary Award for Excellence (2012), the Arthur L. Bloomfield Award: Excellence in the Teaching of Clinical Medicine (2012).
Rebecca Walker MD,MPH
Rebecca Walker is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. She has a background in International Studies/Global Public Health Leadership at the University of North Carolina, and completed a fellowship in International Emergency Medicine and Global Health at Stanford. Dr. Walker’s academic focus is on the development of international emergency care systems. She has worked in systems development for health provider education and prehospital emergency systems in the Solomon Islands, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Nepal, India, and Peru. She lectures nationally and internationally on the delivery of emergency care and social determinants contributing to inequities in health outcomes. At Stanford, she directs the scholarship of physician leaders from abroad through Stanford’s International Visiting Scholar Program and co-directs the International Emergency Medicine Fellowship.