Penn Medicine-Department of Emergency Medicine
Mira Mamtani MD MSEd is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Mamtani received a BS in Psychology at Stony Brook University where she studied the role of bias in decision-making, a MD at Stony Brook Medical School, and a Masters in Medical Education at the Penn Graduate School of Education acquiring advanced training in adult learning theory and qualitative research methodology. Since 2013, Dr. Mamtani has served the role of Associate Residency Program Director for the Department of Emergency Medicine. Her educational and research mission is to optimize the clinical learning environment: specifically examining the role of bias in learner’s capacity to learn, ability to perform, and impact on patient care. She currently serves as the PI on a grant-funded multi-site study exploring gender inequities in feedback to trainees and a co-investigator on a PCORI grant exploring racial disparities in wait times for ED patients.
Thursday, May 14, 2020
11:18 AM – 11:24 AM