Solomon Behar, MD

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Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics, USC

A graduate of UC Berkeley and University of Nevada School of Medicine, Dr. Behar brings a wide variety of clinical experience in pediatric emergency medicine to the table. As the father of 3 children, he’s got street cred when it comes to kids and is thankful that most of you enjoy caring for self-destructive adults so that he doesn’t have to.

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Ilene Claudius, MD

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Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California

Ilene Claudius trained in pediatrics and emergency medicine at UCLA and worked at Children's Hospital Los Angeles prior to joining the LAC+USC faculty, where she is currently an Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine. When not working in the ED or doing research on ALTE (Apparent Life Threatening Event) and pediatric mental health, she is home in Los Angeles with the 3 kids heard in the background of most EM:RAP episodes.

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Paul Jhun, MD FAAEM

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, University of California San Francisco

Dr. Jhun loves learning, developing, and delivering innovative educational techniques. Dr. Jhun is smarter than all of us combined and may know how to levitate. He is one of the most humble and likable educators you will ever meet and we are proud to have him on the full time Hippo team. We learn something every time he puts together a piece of education.

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Liza Kearl, MD

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Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics, USC

Making her way from the east coast as a native New Yorker to the west coast finishing a Pediatric/PEM fellowship at CHLA, Dr. Kearl continues to practice pediatric emergency medicine at USC and CHLA. Providing treatment that meets the unique medical needs of infants, children, teens, and young adults is her passion. Having four kids at home, she truly believes that kids are the spice of life.

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Cyrus Rangan, MD

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Director, Bureau of Toxicology and Environmental Assessment, County of Los Angeles, Public Health

Cyrus Rangan, MD, is a pediatrician and medical toxicologist. Cyrus serves as the Assistant Medical Director with the California Poison Control System and medical toxicology consultant for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

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Emily Rose, MD FAAP FAAEM FACEP

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California and ACEP National Pediatric EM Committee Member

Dr. Rose is board certified in Emergency Medicine and Pediatric Emergency Medicine. She trained in EM and was chief resident at Los Angeles County + University of Southern California Medical Center and then completed a Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship at Loma Linda University Medical Center. She has been EM faculty at USC since 2010 where she has been awarded "Faculty of the Year" by both the residents and medical students. Dr. Rose has many publications and frequently lectures at national conferences.

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Ghazala Sharieff, MD, MBA

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Clinical Professor at the University of California, San Diego
Corporate Director, Physician Outreach and Medical Management, Scripps Health, San Diego.

Dr. Sharieff serves as Corporate Director, Physician Outreach and Medical Management, Scripps Health, San Diego. She is also a Clinical Professor at the University of California, San Diego. Dr Sharieff is a nationally and internationally recognized lecturer on topics including physician integration into the patient experience, pediatric emergency medicine, conflict management and team building. She has been awarded several regional and national teaching awards. She has served on many national committees including: Past Chair of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Pediatric Emergency Medicine Committee; Past Chair of the ACEP Pediatric Section; the ACEP Public Relations Committee; the American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) Board of Directors; and was also the Co-Chair of the AAEM Education Committee. She is well published and has authored multiple research articles, book chapters and review articles.

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