Jeffrey Smith, M.D., M.P.H.


Kate Douglass, M.D., M.P.H.

Shweta Gidwani, FCEM

Kevin Davey, M.D.






Tania Ahluwalia

Tania Ahluwalia, MD



Janice Blanchard, M.D., M.P.H., PhD


Natasha Powell, M.D., M.P.H.


Sonal Batra, M.D., M.S.T


Keith Boniface, M.D.


Dr. Tegnane Haile-Mariam


 Tenagne Haile-Mariam, M.D.                                                  

Amelia Pousson, is an Assistant Professor at the George Washington University with appointment to the Department of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Pousson is a graduate of the International Emergency Medicine & Global Public Health Fellowship of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the George Washington University and the Ronald Reagan Institute of Emergency Medicine with a Masters in Public Health from the George Washington School of Public Health and Health Services (SPHHS). She currently practices in the Washington, D.C. region, is clinical faculty for the GW residency program, and teaches on Injury and Global Health for the Department of Global Health within SPHHS. As a part of the Section of International Emergency Medicine, Dr. Pousson helps manage six post-graduate medical training residency programs across the nation of India, graduating trained and qualified Emergency Physicians to address India’s severe Emergency Medicine Human Resource shortage and injury epidemic. Over the past 10 years, she has collaborated on projects with USAID, UNAIDS, the NIH, local and international NGOs and governments in Brazil, Botswana, El Salvador, Ethiopia, the Gambia, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Oman, UAE and Uganda.

Dr. Pousson's main research interest has been the way that, through education and training, emergency medicine practitioners can become a first-order determinant of improved patient outcomes, even at the district hospital level with very few resources. Within this, she has specific interests in the role of point-of-care ultrasonography, medical education and mid-level provider training.