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Jennifer Joe, MD, is a Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) nephrology graduate turned physician entrepreneur CEO and Founder of Medstro.com, a new and innovative social network for physicians, whose clients include The NEJM Group and Google, among others. Dr. Joe still regularly works the VA emergency room and urgent care clinics. As Editor-in-Chief of MedTech Boston and being based in Kendall Square, arguably the physical collision point of technology and academic medicine, Dr. Joe interacts and supports new medicalinnnovation and technology and has insights on best uses. In this role, she has been a mentor at the Massachusetts General Hospital-Samsung-MIT Hacking Medicine and the Tufts Medstart hackathons in the last year. She was a judge of this year’s athenahealth More Disruption Please hackathon and the Office of the National Coordinator Market R&D Pilot Challenge. Because of her insights, Dr. Joe has spoken at South by Southwest, South by Southwest V2V, Health 2.0, the Mass Medical Society EHR Conference, IN3 Medical Device 360, and the Mass TLC Healthcare Conference. Dr. Joe is also a member of the Massachusetts Medical Society Committee on IT and Committee on Communications and is the Massachusetts American College of Physicians Information Officer.
Dr. Renee Kinman is a pediatric endocrinologist, an Associate Clinical Professor at UCSF-Fresno, and an Associate Program Director for the UCSF-Fresno Pediatric Residency Program. Actively involved in medical education and curricular development, she enjoys working with medical students, residents and faculty, and is the recipient of multiple teaching awards. She completed the Teaching Scholars Program at UCSF, and is a member of both the UCSF Academy of Medical Educators and the UCSF Faculty Development Working Group, all of which are dedicated to improving medical education. She is active out in the community, is passionate about advocacy and education, and is the recipient of several grants to improve resident and medical student education in community pediatrics and advocacy by partnering with the local public school system and local universities. Board-certified in pediatrics, internal medicine, and pediatric endocrinology, she also has a PhD in physiology and biophysics in the area of insulin transport, and has completed her masters degree in Education in the area of Curricular Design and Instruction. She is and is currently serving as a fellow in the a Champion Provider Fellowship Program, launched by the California Department of Public Health & the University of California, San Francisco in 2014 to empower, train, and support healthcare providers to use their expertise and respected voices to improve the health of communities through local policy, systems and environmental changes. She also teaches figure skating in the local Skating School as part of her physician wellness.