EMERGENCY Medical Education @ Hopkins

Generating better clinicians through research & Innovation

What we do

Our Division and Residency Program, led by Vice Chair of Education in Emergency Medicine, Linda Regan, MD, MEd, is continuously advancing the field of emergency medicine. We have an innovative approach to medical education at the student, resident and fellow levels and we are engaged in research that changes the way knowledge transfer is approached. Our 4-year residency training program is unique. It is designed to generate leaders in our specialty, with all trainees supported to cultivate deep expertise in a chosen niche over their final year. Click the link below to learn more about our recent research on a wide array of topics in emergency medicine:

Our Leadership Team


Baily Simon

Lead Designer

Baily is our lead designer. She has a creative vision like no one else. From the grand perspective and down to that 1x1 pixel, she excels. In her spare time, she loves to collect original vintage marketing materials from former East Germany.


Emma Lee

UI Designer

Emma knows a thing or two about buttons and sliders. She has studied user interaction for a decade and always knows how to tackle any given UI challenge. When not working with interface design, she rides her bike in her back garden.


Alina Sweet

Project Manager

If you have a question about your project, you ask Alina. Her desk might not indicate she is an organized person, but she is. Alina also has a sweet spot for vintage stuff and in her vacations she travels the Baltics to hunt down vintage toys from the 50's.


Vince Summer

Founder and Developer

Vince found our pet beaver Rufus wandering around the neighborhood looking for a place to live. That episode led to the idea of Beaver Agency and the rest is history. All waking hours, Vince and Rufus are on the road looking for Beaver Beauty Competitions - they haven't found one yet.


Eric Hill

Lead Developer

Eric makes it all happen. He always wanted to be an astronaut, but a leg injury killed that dream. Now he enjoys solving other missions for colleagues and clients. In his free time, he builds small rockets and teaches science in a youth club down town.



Pet Beaver

Rufus likes to swim, sleep and eat carrots, and that's what he does. Rufus was once always running around our office, but now is always on the road with Vince 24/7/365.

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