Derrick Tin, MD

Derrick Tin, MD

Senior Fellow Disaster Medicine, BIDMC and Harvard Medical School
Medical Director, AlphaZodiac Medical Advisory

Promoting the study of disaster and emergency medicine is the passion of Derrick Tin. A frontline worker in the battle against COVID-19, he continues to publish on the healthcare consequences of terrorism, bioterrorism and vulnerabilities in hospital preparedness and responses. As the co-chair of the Counter-Terrorism Medicine Specialist group at the World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine, his expertise in this field is unsurpassed. Global socio-political landscapes continue to shift and Dr. Tin is ready to explore and meet those challenges.

Felipe Teran, MD, MSCE, FACEP

Kabir Yadav, MDCM, MS, MSHS, FACEP

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