Editorial Board

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Prof Richard Hays
Editor
Australia
Richard Hays is Professor of Medical Education with appointments at James Cook University and the University of Tasmania, both in Australia. He was a rural medical generalist in northern Queensland before becoming a teacher and education researcher, gaining further qualifications in educational psychology and medical education. He has had roles in the development of several medical education programmes, including new medical schools in Australia (JCU), the United Kingdom (Keele), Ireland (Limerick), Canada (Northern Ontario and Northern British Columbia) and in South-East Asia. He has also participated in many international medical education quality assurance reviews in Australia, New Zealand, the Western Pacific region, Asia, Europe and the UK. He has a strong record of gaining research grants and publishing, primarily on assessment, curriculum design and educational quality assurance (see ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3875-3134). He has continued part-time clinical practice throughout his career.
Dr Ken Masters
Associate Editor
Oman
Dr. Kenneth Andrew Masters, PhD, FDE, is Associate Professor of Medical Informatics, Medical Education and Informatics Department, Sultan Qaboos University.  Ken has been involved in education for over 30 years, and medical education for over a decade.   He has authored and co-authored more than 30 articles on medical informatics and medical education, including two AMEE Guides.
Prof Trevor J Gibbs
Associate Editor
United Kingdom
Professor Trevor Gibbs.  MB. ChB. MD. DA (Curriculum Leadership). FRCGP. MMedSc. SFHEA. FAcadMed is an independent Professor and Consultant in Medical Education and Primary Care. He holds the position of AMEE Development Officer, with specific responsibility for the AMEE offices in the Russian Federation and the Peoples Republic of China. He also holds the positions of Associate Editor of MedEdPublish and Medical Teacher, Chair of the Fellowship Committee and is member of the AskAMEE Steering group. His long experience as a working General Practitioner in the UK and overseas and his interest in medical education have given him the opportunity to develop curricula in many parts of the world, specifically in those regions where medical and healthcare education is often a challenge. He has a special interest in the social accountability of medical schools and the place of the Humanities in medical education.
Dr Barbara Jennings
Associate Editor
United Kingdom
Dr Barbara Jennings, BSc (hons), PhD, PGCert (higher education practice), SFHEA (senior fellow of the Higher Education Academy).  Barbara is a Senior Lecturer at Norwich Medical School, UEA and MBBS-Genetics-Theme-Lead and Academic Lead for Faculty CPD and Module Lead for MClinEd (Contemporary Pedagogy module) in the Medical Education Department of Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia, UK.
Dr Barbara Jennings joined Norwich Medical School (NMS) as part of the inaugural team when it was established in 2002. Barbara is a scientist: her PhD was about cancer genetics, and her published research spans cancer genetics, genetic epidemiology, pharmacogenetics, and technology-enhanced-learning.  Barbara is the course director of a free online course via FutureLearn about personalised medicine and pharmacogenetics: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/personalized-medicine?lr=55



Dr. Julie A Williamson
Associate Editor
United States of America
Qualifications:
Bachelor of Arts (Biology) – Alfred University, Alfred, New York.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine – Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.
Master of Science by Research – Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, St. Kitts, West Indies.
 
Position:
Director of Small Animal Clinical Skills and Associate Professor of Clinical Skills - Lincoln Memorial University College of Veterinary Medicine, Harrogate, Tennessee.
 
Expertise:
Dr. Julie A. Williamson is experienced in teaching and assessing clinical skills, creating and validating simulators and rubrics, and comparing learning outcomes. She co-founded the Center for Innovation in Veterinary Education and Technology; with them, she performs faculty development and collaborative educational research. Her interests include student wellness and delivery of care in resource-restricted settings.
 
Rev Prof David C M Taylor
Board Member
United Kingdom
The Reverend Professor David CM Taylor PFHEA, FRSB, FAMEE, FAcadMEd, NTF, BSc (hons), MA (dist), MEd PhD EdD.
 
David is a Professor of Medical Education and Physiology at Gulf Medical University, UAE.  He is also a visiting professor at Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, China and an Honorary Fellow in Public Health and Policy, and Honorary Senior Lecturer in the School of Medicine, University of Liverpool.
 
David has published more than 90 papers in medical education and has been cited well over 3000 times with a current i10 index of 47 and h-index of 29.  David is also editor of the AMEE guides and on the editorial board of Medical Teacher.
 
David is actively involved in research and writing.  His main interests lie in Professionalism, Motivation and epistemology.  He is the Director of a Masters in Health Professions Education which is run jointly by GMU (UAE), FAIMER (USA) and CenMEDIC (UK).
 
 
Prof Gary D Rogers
Board Member
Australia
Gary D. Rogers, MBBS(Adel.), MGPPsych(Monash), PhD(Adel.), FANZAHPE, FAMEE, PFHEA is Professor of Medical Education at Griffith University, Australia, Program Lead in Interprofessional and Simulation-Based Learning for the Griffith Health Institute for the Development of Education and Scholarship (Health IDEAS) and undertakes clinical work at Gold Coast University Hospital.  He is a former President of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators, a member of the Executive Committee of AMEE and a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.  Gary’s research focuses on affective learning for the acquisition of professional and interprofessional values among health students, as well as the education of simulated patients.
Dr Mohamed M Al-Eraky
Board Member
Saudi Arabia
Dr. Mohamed M. Al-Eraky, MBBCh, MSc, MMEd, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Medical Education who holds a Master Degree in medical education from Dundee University (UK) and a PhD in Health Professions Education from Maastricht University (The Netherlands). He is currently appointed as Director of Development & Academic Initiatives at the Vice-President Office for Academic Affairs at Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal (ex Dammam) University, Saudi Arabia.   
Prof Haipeng Xiao
Board Member
People's Republic of China
Prof Haipeng Xiao, M.D. Ph.D., is Professor of Endocrine and Chief Expert President at the First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University.
 
Prof Ronald M Harden
Board Member
United Kingdom
Professor Ronald M Harden, OBE, MD, FRCP(Glas), FRCS(Ed), FRCPC, is Secretary/Treasurer for the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE), Professor of Medical Education (Emeritus) and formerly Teaching Dean & Director of the Centre for Medical Education at the University of Dundee. He pioneered the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) which has been universally adopted as a standard approach to assessment of clinical competence; the spiral curriculum; the SPICES model for curriculum planning; and models for outcome-based education. He is the editor of Medical Teacher and co-author or editor of four leading texts in medical education.
Mrs Pat Lilley
Board Member
United Kingdom
Pat Lilley BA (Hons) is Operations Director of the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) and Managing Editor of Medical Teacher. She is co-author of The Definitive Guide to the OSCE (2015, Elsevier) and of The Eight Roles of the Medical Teacher (2018, Elsevier). Her interests are in international health professions education.
Dr Ricardo León Bórquez
Board Member
Mexico
Dr Ricardo León Bórquez, MD, MSA, is a Professor at the Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara (UAG), México
 
Prof Madalena Patricio
Board Member
Portugal
Madalena Patrício, PhD, is Director of the Department of Medical Education at the Faculdade de Medicine da Universidade de Lisboa (FMUL) and member of its Scientific Council. She integrates the Center for Evidence Based Medicine where she leads the BEME Collaboration Group (Best Evidence Medical Education) and coordinates a Systematic Review on the reliability, validity and feasibility of the OSCE. She is Professor of Medical Education at the Institute of Introduction to Medicine.  
 
Prof Susan Van Schalkwyk
Board Member
South Africa
Professor Susan Camille van Schalkwyk, BA(Hons); M Phil; PhD, is the Director at the Centre for Health Professions Education, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University.  Specific areas of expertise include Faculty Development; postgraduate supervision, mentoring and research, and doctoral education. She has also done a lot of work in the field of rural and global health. She is a qualitative researcher with an interest in aspects relating to identity formation and transformative learning.
Dr Dujeepa D Samarasekera
Board Member
Singapore
Dr Dujeepa D. Samarasekera MBBS, MHPE, FAcdMEd(UK), FAMS, FAMM, FAMEE, FRCP Edin is the Director of Medical Education, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore and Senior Consultant, Ministry of Health, Singapore. He is a Visiting Professor in Medical Education at Tzu Chi University, Taiwan and Semey State Medical University, Kazakhstan and external faculty Maastricht University, The Netherlands. Dujeepa is the current President of Western Pacific Association for Medical Education which is the regional branch of WFME and President of the College of Clinician Educators Singapore. He has authored or co-authored more than 200 journals/magazine/conference articles and book chapters on medical education. He is the Editor in Chief of The Asia Pacific Scholar Journal of National University of Singapore and in the editorial boards of Annals Academy of Medicine, Korean Journal of Medical Education, South East Asian Journal of Medical Education, Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions and BLDE University Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions. He has also secured major educational grants and has been invited by regional and international bodies to provide educational expertise. His main interests are in Quality Assurance and Accreditation of medical education.
Dr Subha Ramani
Board Member
United States of America
Dr. Subha Ramani MBBS, MMEd, PhD, FAMEE is a general internist and educationalist. She is the Director of Research, Innovations and Scholarship for the Department of Medicine, and Director of the Scholars in Medical Education Pathway for the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Leader of Research and Scholarship for the Harvard Macy Institute; and Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Subha’s educational scholarship includes research and non-research papers in in core medical education journals, book chapters, and new educational programs.

She has been an AMEE member for over 15 years, regularly presents workshops and symposia at AMEE meetings and contributes actively to AMEE as an Executive Committee member, Vice-Chair of the Fellowship Committee and a member of Medical Teacher and MededPublish Editorial Boards.

Subha is currently leading a mentoring initiative for AMEE. Having benefitted from the wisdom and generosity of mentors, she feels strongly about giving back to health professions education by mentoring future generations of educators.
 
Dr Catherine Kennedy
Board Member
United Kingdom
Dr Catherine Kennedy, MA (Hons); MSc; PhD, is a Lecturer in Medical Education at the Centre for Medical Education, University of Dundee.  Key areas of interest/expertise include student engagement; social science in medicine; widening participation and equality.
Dr Neel Sharma
Board Member
Singapore
Dr Neel Sharma, BSc (Hons), MBChB, MSc, MRCP (UK), is a Clinician Academic in Gastroenterology/Hepatology (Clinical Lecturer), Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, UK and Medical Educator, University of Birmingham, UK.  He has expertise in pedagogy, technology enhanced learning, curricula design and assessment.
Dr Zalim Balkizov
Board Member
Russian Federation
Dr Zalim Balkizov is an Associate Professor at the Russian National Research Medical University.
 
Prof Juan Cendan
Board Member
United States of America
Professor Juan Cendan, MD, is a tenured Professor and Chairman of the Medical Education Department at the University of Central Florida. He is a surgeon with expertise in minimally invasive surgery. His educational portfolio follows from a long career as a clinical skills and simulation educator, Director of two Clinical Skills Laboratories, and Assistant Dean for Simulation and Clinical Skills at two universities. His work in simulation has led to numerous publications as well as extramural funding from the National Institutes of Health, the National Library of Medicine and the National Science Foundations of the USA; as well as private funding from the Josiah Macy Foundation for Professionalism in Medicine. Dr. Cendan has served as a Board member for the Journal for Simulation in Healthcare, as well as MedEdPublish. Dr. Cendan founded an online publication on the Cureus.com platform to support publishing efforts by students and trainees in Florida under the Flagship channel of Cureus. The latter has published over 100 PubMed indexed papers since its inception in 2016.