August 2023 Virtual Check In: Leveling Up Virtual Interviews (46:18)
May Lee, MD, Tristian Huie, MD, Keriann Van Nostrand, MD 

This tutorial focuses on tips and best practices to elevate your virtual interviews. Program Directors Tristian Huie, MD and Keriann Van Nostrand, MD  join May Lee, MD and discuss strategies they have used in their programs to advance virtual interviews. The speakers take questions at the end in an open forum. Join us on Zoom every month for a Virtual Check In, dates available on APCCMPD’s website calendar. Recorded sessions are available on the APCCMPD Scholars Training page, scroll to the bottom. Questions, comments, or ideas on content you’d like to see? Email [email protected].

May Lee, MD
Dr. Lee is a clinician-educator in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine (PCCM). She is currently the Program Director of the PCCM Fellowship Training Program and the Assistant Dean for Continuing Medical Education at the University of Southern California. She has served in various administrative roles, including Pulmonary and Critical Care Service Chief and the Medical Director of the medical intensive care unit at LAC+USC Medical Center.

Dr. Lee obtained her MD from the Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University in New York with a distinction in humanistic studies. She completed her internal medicine residency, fellowship in pulmonary and critical care medicine (PCCM), and a post-doctoral research program at the University of Chicago.

Tristain Huie, MD
Tristan Huie, MD is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Colorado and National Jewish Health.  He has directed the Fellowship Program at the University of Colorado since 2017.  He specializes in the care of patients with interstitial lung disease and was the Clinical Director for ILD at National Jewish Health from 2013-17.  He still enjoys attending in the ICU and is passionate about medical education.  Dr Huie graduated from Gonzaga University, attended Georgetown University for medical school and residency, and completed his fellowship training in Denver. 

Keriann Van Nostrand, MD
Keriann Van Nostrand, MD completed her Doctor of Medicine degree in 2008 at the West Virginia University School of Medicine.  She completed her Internal Medicine Residency and her Fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine.  She then completed an Advanced Fellowship in Interventional Pulmonology at Emory University, and she remained as a faculty member at Emory from 2015 to 2021. Nostrand joined the University of South Florida in 2021, where she assumed the role of Fellowship Program Director.  When she’s not at work, she likes hanging out with her giant schnoodle, Lilly, baking, and attempting recipes from the Great British Baking Show.  

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