Andrew Auerbach MD, MPH, MHM
Dr. Auerbach is Professor of Medicine at UCSF in the Division of Hospital Medicine. Dr. Auerbach is a widely recognized leader in Hospital Medicine, having authored or co-authored the research describing effects of hospital medicine systems on patient outcomes, costs, and care quality, as well as being past Editor in Chief of the Journal of Hospital Medicine. He and Dr. Lindenauer co-founded HOMERuN in 2011.
Marisha Burden MD, MBA
Dr. Burden is Professor of Medicine at University of Colorado School of Medicine, where she serves as Division Head of Hospital Medicine. Her primary research interest focuses on building evidence-based work design to support workforce, patient, and organizational outcomes.
S. Ryan Greysen MD, MHS, MA, FHM
Dr. Greysen is Chief of the Division of Hospital Medicine, Executive Director of the University of Pennsylvania Health System, and Professor at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Greysen is a hospitalist with training in social sciences and health outcomes research focused on outcomes of care and interventions to maximize post-discharge independence for hospitalized older adults.
James Harrison, PhD, MPH
Dr. Harrison is Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine at the University of California San Francisco. Dr. Harrison’s primary research interest focuses on developing and implementing care transition interventions that bring the patient voice to the forefront which are then sustained in real-world clinical settings.
Shoshana J. Herzig MD, MPH, SFHM
Dr. Herzig is Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Director of Hospital Medicine Research in the Division of General Medicine and Primary Care at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC). Her research focuses on the interplay between medication decisions and adverse outcomes in the hospital setting. Dr. Herzig is a Senior Deputy Editor at the Journal of Hospital Medicine.
Sunil Kripalani MD, MSc, SFHM
Dr. Kripalani is Professor of Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center where he serves as Director of the Center for Health Services Research and Center for Clinical Quality and Implementation Research. Dr. Kripalani’s research focuses on transitions of care, health communication, and medication management, as well as application of implementation science methods to translate evidence into practice.
Melissa L.P. Mattison MD, FACP, SFHM
Dr. Mattison is the Chief of Hospital Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital and Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School in Boston. Geriatrics-trained, she works clinically as a hospitalist and geriatrician and focuses her research and clinical innovation efforts on improving care for hospitalized elders.
Teryl K. Nuckols, MD, MSHS
Dr. Nuckols is Associate Professor of Medicine at Cedars-Sinai School of Medicine, where she serves as Director of the Division of General Internal Medicine. Her primary research interest focuses on the quality and safety of health care including how to measure it, how to improve it, and the cost.
Kevin J. O’Leary MD, MS
John T. Clarke Professor of Medicine at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Dr. O’Leary is the John T. Clarke Professor of Medicine at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, where he serves as Chief of the Division of Hospital Medicine, Associate Chair of the Department of Medicine for Quality, and Medical Director for Quality for Northwestern Memorial Hospital. His primary research interest focuses on improving the design of hospital systems to improve interprofessional collaboration and quality of care.
Sumant Ranji, MD
Dr. Ranji is Professor of Medicine at UCSF and served as Chief of the Division of Hospital Medicine at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital from 2016-2023. Dr. Ranji’s primary research interests are in patient safety, quality improvement, and medical education.
Edmondo J. Robinson MD, MBA, FACP
Dr. Robinson is Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Innovation Officer for Moffitt Cancer Center. He is responsible for expanding Moffitt’s ecosystem from within and outside of health care to deliver on consumer-oriented, real-world solutions for clinical practice, research, and administrative processes essential to support growth and competitive advantage.
Gregory W. Ruhnke MD, MS, MPH, SFHM
Dr. Ruhnke is Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Chicago and Senior Deputy Editor of the Journal of Hospital Medicine. Dr. Ruhnke’s academic portfolio includes the measurement of outcomes, quality, resource utilization, and risk adjustment among pneumonia patients. He has also studied the impact of patient-centered attributes of care on decision-making and PROs. Dr. Ruhnke’s didactic teaching has spanned health policy, clinical research study design, health data interpretation, and the peer-reviewed publication process. He leads the Clinical Research Scholarship Track for medical students.
Jeffrey Schnipper MD, MPH, SFHM
Dr. Schnipper is Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Research Director of the Division of General Internal Medicine and Primary Care at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Director of Clinical Research for the Brigham Health Hospital Medicine Unit. His research interests focus on effective medication use, transitions in care, diagnostic errors, home hospital, health information technology, and communication among health care providers and between patients and providers.
Neil Jay Sehgal PhD, MPH
Dr. Sehgal is Associate Professor of Health Systems and Population Health, where he serves as Director of the Master in Health Administration graduate programs at the University of Washington School of Public Health. His primary research interest focuses on the impact of partisanship and race on COVID-19 incidence and mortality, sociodemographic correlates to health care outcomes, gender- and race-based disparities in salary and promotion of healthcare workers, the use of large datasets to study patient safety and the quality of health care delivery, validating emerging health technologies, and understanding how innovation is translated into clinical practice.
Eduard Vasilevskis, MD, MPH
Dr. Vasilevskis is Professor of Medicine at University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, where he serves as Chief of the Division of Hospital Medicine. His primary research interest focuses on improving the quality of care for older hospitalized patients, specifically around delirium, transition to post-acute care settings, and polypharmacy.
Mark V. Williams MD, FACP, MHM
Dr. Williams is Professor and Chief of the Division of Hospital Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine
Dr. Williams is Professor and Chief of the Division of Hospital Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. He established the first hospitalist program for a public hospital in 1998 at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia, and built three of the largest academic hospitalist programs in the U.S. at Emory (1998–2007), Northwestern (2007–2013) and the University of Kentucky (2014-2019). With a history of more than $34 million in grants and contracts as principal or co-principal investigator and 190+ peer-reviewed publications, Dr. Williams’ research focuses on quality improvement, care transitions, teamwork, and the role of health literacy in the delivery of health care.