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Rachel Schrier is currently a Chief Resident in the Traditional Internal Medicine Program at Yale New Haven Hospital. She graduated from medical school at Brown University, where she enacted curricular reform to empower bilingual providers to provide linguistically-concordant care to patients who prefer to receive their healthcare in Spanish, and to discourage underutilization of language access services for providers with insufficient language proficiency or "false fluency."
In the Yale Traditional Internal Medicine program, she designed the curriculum in physician advocacy and social determinants of health, and founded the residency's Committee for Antiracism in Medical Education. She is involved in the work of her co-chief, Jana Christian, who founded Yale Internal Medicine's Race, Bias and Advocacy in Medicine distinction.
Chad Gier is currently a Chief Resident at the Yale Traditional Internal Medicine Residency Program in New Haven, CT, and is a graduate of Michigan State University College of Human Medicine.
In the Yale Traditional Internal Medicine Residency Program, he has worked on noon conference and inpatient curricular reform and has helped incorporate concepts of spaced repetition into morning teaching conferences. He is interested in a future career as an educator and cardiologist.