Leadership & Staff

MedBiquitous is the standards development program of the AAMC and operates on a consensus-based model involving its participating organizations. Participants from those organizations may hold leadership positions including leading workgroups, representing the community with other standards development organizations as a part of the Research and Alignment Group, or serving on the Steering Committee.  

For more information on the governance structure of MedBiquitous, please refer to Schedule 1 from the Participation Agreement. If you are interested in a leadership role with the program, please contact medbiq@aamc.org.


MedBiquitous Staff

Johmarx Patton
Director, Educational Technology and Standards

Jeff Kaminski
Medical Education Operations Specialist

Whitney Staiger
Operations Specialist, Creative Lead


Steering Committee (Jan. 1, 2022 - Dec. 31, 2022)

Deborah Burgess The SALUS Group
Gabrielle Campbell Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)
Julie Cole Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME)
Ian Graham West Wimmera Health Service
Ted Hanss, Chair Elect Yale University
Scott Helf ProgressIQ
Tao Le ScholarRx
Rosalyn Scott Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
Joan Stanley American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN)
Marc Triola, Chair  New York University, Langone Health
Luke Woodham, Immediate Past Chair  St George's, University of London
Nabil Zary Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences

Technical Advisory Group

Prasad Chodavarapu, Editor American Board of Family Medicine
James Fiore, Chair National Board of Medical Examiners
Scott Kroyer Ascend Learning

TAG is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the collection of MedBiquitous standards.

We are currently recruiting for additional members to our Technical Advisory Group (TAG).

If you are interested in joining, please send an email to medbiq@aamc.org.


Research and Alignment Group

Sascha Cohen, Co-chair University of California, San Francisco
Terence Ma, Co-chair Kansas Health Science Center

RAG is responsible for maintaining harmonization and alignment of the MedBiquitous standards with other standards. This group is also responsible for investigating new opportunities for MedBiquitous, including emerging and upcoming technologies.

We are currently recruiting for additional members to our Research and Alignment Group (RAG).

If you are interested in joining, please send an email to medbiq@aamc.org.