Internist and founder of KevinMD (www.kevinmd.com), Dr. Pho started blogging on his namesake website over 10 years ago to give the public an expert medical opinion on trending healthcare topics. Nowadays, over 1000 authors with various medical backgrounds contribute to his blog, which he continues to edit while maintain a full-time job as a primary care physician. His writings can also be found on CNN.com, USA Today, and the New York Times.
An emergency department intensivist and associate Professor at Mount Sinai’s Icahn School of Medicine, Dr. Weingart specializes in ED care of the severely ill patient and strives to “bring upstairs care, downstairs”. He shares his knowledge with the interwebs via his blog, EMCRit.org, which garners >180,000 podcast downloads a month. Follow him on Twitter: @emcrit.
Dr. Sacks is a British neurologist best known for his book, The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat , a collection of 24 essays detailing unique patient cases and interesting neurologic phenomena. He is a current professor of neurology at New York University School of Medicine and was former faculty at Columbia University and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Follow him on Twitter: @OliverSacks
Chief Medical Correspondent for CNN and Associate Professor of Neurosurgery at Emory University School of Medicine, Dr. Gupta has been on the front lines of disaster reporting including his coverage following 9/11 from NYC and New Orleans’ Charity Hospital after Hurricane Katrina. He has won multiple Emmy awards for his medical journalism and is a widely-respected public figure. Follow him on Twitter: @DrSanjayGupta.