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Phillip M. Harter, MD
Associate Professor (Teaching) of Emergency Medicine
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMedical Education, particularly the role of simulation (part-task trainers, human patient simulators and virtual reality) in the education of medical students and residents. Also, the use of the internet for distance learning in health care professions.
Wilmene (Willie) Sabrina Hercule
Clinical Anatomy Scholar, Surgery - Anatomy
Casual - Non-Exempt, Surgery - Emergency Medicine
BioWilmene (Willie) S. Hercule holds a B.A. in Human Biology with a concentration in Global Health and Medicine from Stanford University. Her specific interests include international pediatric trauma surgery, surgery education, and surgical policy. During her time as an undergraduate, Willie sang in an a cappella group, co-chaired the Youth Empowerment Conference held by the Stanford Black Student Union (BSU), and became involved in various research projects from an array of interconnected academic disciplines. Last year she had the pleasure of working with her mentors Dr. Sherry M. Wren and Dr. Adam L. Kushner on a project entitled, "Surgery's Invisibility in MPH Programs', in which she explored the need for surgery-related courses and topics in Master of Public Health institutes. Willie now works as an Anatomy Scholar in the Division of Clinical Anatomy at Stanford University. Her scholarly work focuses on cadaver dissection dynamics amongst students and its effect on their technical and non-technical understanding of human anatomy.