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Committee on Medical Education

About the Committee

The MSS Committee on Medical Education (CME) functions as think-tank for the AMA-MSS on issues relating to medical education. We remain informed on the latest trends emerging in the field of medical education, and relay those issues to the Governing Council and the MSS Assembly. In addition to developing reports and resolutions on important medical education issues, our committee works closely with the AMA medical student representatives to various committees such as the LCME, NBME, and CME, as well as the MSS Assembly.

Committee Members

Grayson Armstrong, Chair
The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

Inna Hadass, Vice Chair
University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine

Bradley Burmeister
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine

Francis Deng
Washington University in Saint Louis School of Medicine

Dan Ebner
Universtity of Toledo College of Medicine

Shiv Gaglani
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Humera Hazari
University of Toledo College of Medicine

Emma Johnson
University of New Mexico School of Medicine

Caitlin Martin
Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

Daniel Myers
University of South Florida Health Morsani College of Medicine

Nathanial Nolan
University of Missouri - Columbia School of Medicine

Christian Pulcini
Tufts University School of Medicine

Daniel Young
Eastern Virginia Medical School

Issues and resources

The Committee on Medical Education has prepared a number of issue briefs to provide medical students with information about the most important issues pertaining to medical education.  Please contact us with any questions or suggestions for future issue brief topics.

Get Involved

We encourage you to get involved with our committee. If you have concerns about the future of medical education, ideas for programming, need more information about a specific issue, have any questions regarding medical education issues or programming, please contact us. We look forward to providing you with the information you need about key medical education issues and hearing what you have to say those issues.