James Li, MD is a practicing emergency physician
and former assistant professor for the emergency medicine residency at
Harvard Medical School. In 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003, the
resident physicians of this program named him Outstanding
Attending. He has served as a research investigator for the
National Institutes of Health and for the Harvard Division of Emergency
Medicine. He has also served as a medical officer at Kikuyu Hospital
in Kenya, Masanga Hospital in Sierra Leone, Aira Hospital in Ethiopia, and San Cristobal Hospital
in Nicaragua. His work has been published in the Lancet, Chest, Annals
of Emergency Medicine, Journal of Emergency Medicine, Journal of
Clinical Microbiology, the American Journal of Emergency Medicine,
and in numerous other publications. He is a graduate of the University
of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle and the emergency medicine
residency at Charity Hospital in New Orleans.
Daniel Nadig, MD is a practicing surgeon in Seattle,
Washington. He is a former member of the national leprosy control
program in Sierra Leone, and served as the medical director of Masanga
Hospital, in Sierra Leone, where he practiced medicine and surgery
prior to residency. His work has been published in the Journal
of Surgical Research, the Archives of Surgery, and Hepatology.
He is a graduate of the University of Washington School of Medicine
in Seattle and the general surgery residency at St. Louis University.
Charles Thompson, MD is a practicing surgeon in
Orlando, Florida. He has served as a surgical and tropical medicine
officer for the Hospital at Diakonessenhuis, the Medische Zending
Field Service, and the Dienst Dermatologie Clinic in Paramaribo,
Suriname. He has also served as a staff surgeon for the Jesus Kumate
Rodriguez Hospital in Benito Juarez, Mexico. He is a former regional
course director for the American College of Surgeons Advanced
Trauma Life Support course. His work has been published in American
Surgeon, Digestion, and Contemporary Surgery. He is a
graduate of the University of Miami School of Medicine and the general
surgery residency at Charity Hospital in New Orleans.
Cranmer, MD is an assistant professor and acting director for
the International Medicine and Health fellowship program at Harvard
Medical School. She has served as a medical officer at Embangweni
Hospital in Malawi and as a field officer with Physicians for Human
Rights in post-war Kosovo where she taught ultrasonography and trauma
management. Initially trained in biomedical engineering, she is
a graduate of the Washington University School of Medicine in St.
Louis, and completed an emergency medicine residency at Harvard
Medical School in Boston.
Adedipe, MD is a clinical instructor of emergency medicine at Boston
Medical Center and associate director of the Emergency Ultrasound
Section. He has served as a medical officer at Dil Chora Hospital
and Bilal Hospital, both in Ethiopia. He is a graduate of the University
of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, and completed an emergency
medicine residency at Boston Medical Center.
Faith Pettis is a partner in the Seattle law firm
of Preston, Gates & Ellis LLP. She practices municipal finance and
concentrates her practice in the areas of low-income housing, education,
and nonprofit finance. She is a graduate with honors from Harvard