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2019-20 ALiEM Deputy Editor in Chief, Dr. Luz Silverio

Michelle Lin, MD |

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With 1000+ posts over 10 years, we are thrilled to add 1 superstar to the ALiEM blog team. We officially announce Dr. Luz Silverio as our new Deputy Editor in Chief to help shape the direction and educational content of the blog. She graduated from the UCSF-SFGH Emergency Medicine Residency program, is an emergency physician at Kaiser Permanente at Santa Clara and a clinical assistant professor (affiliate) at Stanford University, hosts her own infrequently edited blog, Silverio Lining, has been a guest podcaster for EM:RAP and ERCast, serves as an Orthopedics Editor for DynaMed, and has had her watercolor artwork featured at the 2019 Essentials of Emergency Medicine. Don’t miss her talks at ACEP this year; some images from her talks are excerpted below. We are incredibly excited to follow Luz Silverio’s lead.

From ACEP Don’t Ovary Act lecture, October 27th, 2 pm: Here’s your basic differential for patients with nonpregnant vaginal bleeding. Don’t forget to confirm that the bleeding is, in fact, vaginal, and that the patient is, in fact, not pregnant.
From ACEP Esophagoose lecture, October 27th, 12 pm: Caustic ingestion “red flags” include: hematemesis, oropharyngeal burns, stridor, drooling, and throat, chest, or abdominal pain.

Author information

Michelle Lin, MD

ALiEM Founder and CEO
Professor and Digital Innovation Lab Director
Department of Emergency Medicine
University of California, San Francisco

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