Jeremy Berberian, MD
Associate Director of Resident Education
ChristianaCare Emergency Medicine Residency
Drawing on a unique background as an educator and professional jazz drummer, Jeremy Berberian has become an international author on rhythms of the heart. His contributions to resident education include the creation of the Foundations of Emergency Medicine Foundations II curriculum, co-authoring the Anorectal Disorders chapter in the most recent edition of Tintinalli’s (full disclosure: he can't remember the last time he used an anoscope), and co-authoring EMRA’s newest book, Emergency ECGs: Case-Based Review and Interpretations, with Amal Mattu and William Brady. He is an avid advocate for trainees and strives to make “doctors better learners.” With a storied editorial background with EMRA and other publications, Dr. Berberian is advancing the specialty in exceptional ways.