Stewart C. Wang, MD, PhD, FACS

Stewart C. Wang, MD, PhD, FACS is Professor of Surgery, Director of the University of Michigan Program for Injury Research and Education (UMPIRE), and Director of the Burn Center. Dr. Wang received his undergraduate degree from Yale College and his medical degree from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. He subsequently completed his general surgery training at the University of Pittsburgh. During the course of his surgical training, Dr. Wang completed a Ph.D. in Immunology/Pathology as well as a surgical research fellowship. He is board certified in General Surgery. Dr. Wang joined the faculty of the University of Michigan in 1995.

Dr. Wang's clinical and research interests and expertise are in trauma, burn, and general surgery. He has been continuously funded by the NIH since 1990 and he also holds funding from the US Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Federal Highway Administration as well as the Michigan Department of Transportation.

Chelsea C. White IV, MD, NREMT-P

Chelsea C. White IV, MD, NREMT-P, is an Assistant Professor in Emergency Medicine at the University of New Mexico. When this program was created, he was a Resident Physician in the University of Michigan/St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency Program and a Paramedic for Huron Valley Ambulance in Ann Arbor, MI when this program was developed. He received both his undergraduate degree and his medical degree at the University of Michigan. He first became involved in Emergency Medical Services in 1993 in Orange County, VA, and has been a Nationally Registered Paramedic since 2001. His research interests are in the delivery and scope of Prehospital Emergency Medicine.

Carla Kohoyda-Inglis, MPA

Carla Kohoyda-Inglis holds a Master's of Public Administration from the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. She has worked in the field of crash research since 1997 and was a founding member of the University of Michigan Program for Injury Research and Education (UMPIRE) team.

Carl Hein, EMT

As a Firefighter at the Ann Arbor City Fire Department, Carl is valuable member of the AAFD Technical Rescue Team. Carl has extensive training in extrication and rescue, advanced rescue and hazardous materials operations. In addition to his work as a Firefighter, Carl is a lecturer at Lansing Community College and has run many training courses throughout his career.

June Sullivan, MBA

June Sullivan is the lab manager for Stewart Wang's research efforts. She has worked with Dr. Wang on numerous projects related to trauma and burn education, including the development of online training modules, video projects, and marketing material. FOr this project, her responsibilities include project management, development of content, and identification and implementation of technology solutions to meet the educational needs of patients, residents, physicians, nurses and pre-hospital personnel.