Dr. Maytinee Lilaonitkul is an Assistant Professor at University of California San Francisco, currently working as an anesthesiologist at the Zuckerburg San Francisco General Hospital. She completed her anaesthesia training in the UK and was a long term volunteer at Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital in Uganda. She is passionate about global health, medical education and patient safety. Her other roles include being a faculty member of the Division of Global Health Equity at UCSF, publication committee member of WFSA and Obstetric Lead for the SAFE (Safer Anaesthesia From Education) initiative, Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland.
Dr. Gregory Klar MD FRCPC MIPH is an Associate Professor at Queen’s University in Canada. He obtained his medical degree at Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and completed his anesthesia residency training at University of Manitoba. He has a keen interest in international health and completed a Masters of International Public Health at Sydney University. Gregory Klar was invited to the board of trustees for the Canadian Anesthesiologists’ Society International Education Foundation and is in the publications committee for the WFSA. Greg has a personal interest in education and international health and is developing an international health curriculum for Canadian anesthesia residency programs.
Dr. Matthew Doane is an American trained anaesthesiologist, who now practices at Royal North Shore Hospital, in Sydney, Australia. He divides his time between clinical work as a Consultant Staff Specialist and as the Departmental Head of Academics and Research. With an active interest in education, his teaching commitments extend outside of the hospital setting, additionally serving as a Senior Clinical Lecturer with Sydney University.
Dr. Evans is an anesthesiologist in the Department of Anesthesiology, Critical Care & Pain Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital. Her specialty is in pediatric anesthesia. Dr. Evans earned her MD from the Emory University School of Medicine in 1998. She completed her anesthesia residency at Emory University in 2004 where she also finished a combined fellowship in pediatric and pediatric cardiac anesthesia in 2008.
Dr. Evans is the current Chair of the Society of Pediatric Anesthesia’s Committee on International Education and Service, a member WFSA’s Education Committee, the vice-chair of the ASA’s Global Humanitarian Outreach Committee, serves as a clinical advisor for Lifebox, and is on the Medical Advisory Board for Smile Train. Her global health work currently focuses on improving the quality and safety of anesthesia in the low-resource setting through education and advocacy. She has been involved with a variety of educational initiatives including participating with the CASIEF teaching program in Rwanda, the University of Nairobi Pediatric Anesthesia fellowship in Kenya, as well as the development of the Safer Anaesthesia from Education (SAFE) Paediatric Course.