Thank you for your interest in scheduling a peer review of teaching.

The following faculty have been trained to provide teaching feedback in a variety of settings.

Faculty Affairs, Professional Development and Diversity is dedicated to enhancing the professional development experience of faculty with peer review opportunities. The following faculty have been trained to provide teaching feedback in a variety of settings. Explore their biographies for additional details.

Please follow the directions below to schedule a peer review consultation:

  1. Select your teaching setting: classroom, clinic, or operating room
  2. Review the faculty biography of each reviewer and select the peer reviewer that suits your preference
  3. Please provide dates that are at least 6-8 weeks away when submitting time slots


Classroom

Matt HolleyKevin SowinskiJessica AlexanderLaura TorbeckBeth WhippleSally MitchellBart BesingerJason Organ

Matt Holley, PhD, Department of Family Medicine

Matt Holley is the Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine, Associate Director of Medical Student Education for the Department of Family Medicine and Statewide Course Director for the Foundations of Clinical Practice Year One course. His academic research is in the areas of medical student education, faculty development, service learning and community engagement, and healthcare disparities.

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Kevin Sowinski, DOCT, Associate Head of Faculty Affairs and Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Purdue University College of Pharmacy

Kevin Sowinski is the Associate Head of Faculty Affairs and Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Purdue University College of Pharmacy and Adjunct Professor of Medicine, Division of Clinical Pharmacy, at IU School of Medicine. His research is in the area of pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and biostatics knowledge of health professional students.

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Jessica Alexander, PhD, Instructional Design Consultant, IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning

Jessica Alexander is an instructional design consultant with the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning. Prior to joining the CTL, she earned her Ph.D. in Chemistry from Ohio State University. Jessica co-manages the graduate student professional development programming in the CTL and works with faculty to promote equity and inclusion in their courses.

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Laura Torbeck, PhD, Vice Chair for Education, Department of Surgery

Laura Torbeck is an Assistant Dean in Faculty Affairs, Professional Development, and Diversity and serves as the Vice Chair of Professional Development for the Department of Surgery. She has many years of experience coaching program directors how to direct their residencies and fellowships in terms of curriculum, assessment, accreditation matters, faculty development, problem learners, etc. Laura has a niche for program evaluation, especially in terms of building a professional development program. She enjoys helping her colleagues be successful with their academic and leadership goals.

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Beth Whipple, MLS, Research Librarian, Ruth Lilly Medical Library

Beth Whipple is the Assistant Director for Research and Translational Sciences at the Ruth Lilly Medical Library (RLML). She works to foster collaborative relationships between the RLML and various research enterprises at IU School of Medicine. She focuses on training and creating relevant library tools for researchers. Her research interests include bibliometric use in biomedical, health informatics and translational sciences. Her work on information discovery includes bibliometric analysis in supporting and analyzing the publication output of the Indiana Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI).

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Sally Mitchell, EdD, MMSc, Department of Anesthesia

Sally Ann Mitchell, EdD, MMSc, is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesia, Vice Chair of Education, and Statewide Assistant Clerkship Director for the Department of Anesthesia at Indiana University School of Medicine. She also serves on multiple committees for UME, GME, IPE, and simulation.

Prior to joining IUSM, she earned the Doctor of Education degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Education. Her clinical training and interest in medical education began in 1997 in the Emory University School of Medicine Master of Medical Science in Anesthesiology program. She practiced as a Certified Anesthesiologist Assistant and clinical preceptor for 18 years in metro Atlanta with the last six years as faculty and course director for human anatomy with lab and airway simulation in the Emory MMSc Program. She continues didactic (anesthesia pharmacology and professionalism courses) and simulation teaching with the IUSM Master of Science in Anesthesia program. Additionally, she is involved with simulation education for the core anesthesiology residency training program and medical student education for Transitions 2 and 3.

Current medical education research interests focus on just in-time teaching, clinical performance assessment, simulation performance assessment, POCUS, and IPE. Curriculum development and alignment across the continuum of medical education, creation of educational content in collaboration with physician anesthesiologist content experts, peer-review of teaching, and instructional design for online teaching and learning are some of the activities she performs as a professional educator. Stated career goal: “To apply empirical best-practices and evidence-based education to medical education.”

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Bart Besinger, MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine

Bart Besinger is a full time clinical faculty member at IU Health Methodist Hospital and a member of the IU School of Medicine student promotions committee. In addition to medical student education, his areas of interest include faculty development, particularly the development of teaching and presentation skills. Clinical interests include syncope, biliary tract disease and farm-related injuries.

 

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Jason Organ, PhD, Associate Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine

Jason Organ is an Associate Professor of Anatomy, Cell Biology & Physiology and Director of the Clinical Anatomy MS Program at Indiana University School of Medicine. His academic research is in the areas of musculoskeletal biomechanics, functional and evolutionary anatomy, and effective science communication.

 

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Clinical

Christen DillyScott RenshawRebecca RoseJavier Sevilla-MartirBradley SutterJulie VannersonSally Mitchell

Christen Dilly, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology

Christen Dilly is an Assistant Professor of Medicine with the Department of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology, co-site director for the GI/Nutrition UDOS course, Key Clinical Educator for Adult GI and directs the Department of Medicine’s Clinician Educator Training Pathway. Her personal mission is to help restore the joy of academic medicine by helping people develop fulfilling careers. Her research interests include using mixed methods to study phenomena in medical education.

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Scott Renshaw, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine, Department of Family Medicine

Scott Renshaw is the Director of Medical Student Education in the Department of Family Medicine and the Director of the Family Medicine Clerkship. He graduated from Purdue University with degrees in Biochemical Engineering and Food Process Engineering and graduated from IU School of Medicine in 2000. He completed his residency in 2003 and a fellowship in faculty development in 2004.

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Rebecca Rose, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics

Rebecca Rose is an attending physician at Riley Hospital and Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. She enjoys teaching NNPS, medical students, residents and fellows on bedside rounds and during formal lectures. She also participates in simulation based education both in situ and during outreach programs at other Indiana hospitals. Working to put evidence into practice, Rose participates in the neonatology clinical guidelines group and the Riley Pediatrics MOC committee. Her clinical interest is in the optimal use of both invasive and non-invasive ventilation strategies in neonates and evidence based clinical practice.

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Javier Sevilla-Martir M.D., Assistant Dean for Diversity Affairs

Javier Sevilla-Martir is a Family Medicine physician at IU School of Medicine and serves as the Physician Director of the IU School of Medicine Student Outreach Clinic. He has developed several service-learning opportunities for engagement in the community by serving the underserved. He is the faculty advisor for several IU School of Medicine student interest groups, including the Society of Latinos and Medical Spanish, Gold Humanism Honor Society and Global Health. His work has been recognized with multiple teaching and service awards. In 2011, Sevilla-Martir was awarded the Joseph Taylor Excellence in Diversity Award for his work with the IU School of Medicine Student Outreach Clinic.

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Bradley Sutter, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics

Bradley Sutter is a Service Line Leader, Hospitalist for IU Health Physicians and Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine with a commitment to regularly engage in clinical education of medical students and residents. His background in hospital medicine, medical education and administration comes from serving IU School of Medicine and Methodist programs for over 20 years and his work as the Chief of Medicine at the Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis for over 5 years. He graduated from IU School of Medicine in 1985, completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Methodist Hospital in 1988 and was elected to fellowship in the American College of Physicians in 1995.

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Julie Vannerson, MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics

Julie Vannerson is an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine in the Division of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics and serves as Associate Program Director for the IU School of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency Program. She is an alumna of the Stanford Faculty Development Center’s Clinical Teaching Course and coordinates a yearly residency retreat for clinical teaching. She is a practicing primary care physician within the Eskenazi Health System where she also teaches residents.

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Sally Mitchell, EdD, MMSc, Department of Anesthesia

Sally Ann Mitchell, EdD, MMSc, is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesia, Vice Chair of Education, and Statewide Assistant Clerkship Director for the Department of Anesthesia at Indiana University School of Medicine. She also serves on multiple committees for UME, GME, IPE, and simulation.

Prior to joining IUSM, she earned the Doctor of Education degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Education. Her clinical training and interest in medical education began in 1997 in the Emory University School of Medicine Master of Medical Science in Anesthesiology program. She practiced as a Certified Anesthesiologist Assistant and clinical preceptor for 18 years in metro Atlanta with the last six years as faculty and course director for human anatomy with lab and airway simulation in the Emory MMSc Program. She continues didactic (anesthesia pharmacology and professionalism courses) and simulation teaching with the IUSM Master of Science in Anesthesia program. Additionally, she is involved with simulation education for the core anesthesiology residency training program and medical student education for Transitions 2 and 3.

Current medical education research interests focus on just in-time teaching, clinical performance assessment, simulation performance assessment, POCUS, and IPE. Curriculum development and alignment across the continuum of medical education, creation of educational content in collaboration with physician anesthesiologist content experts, peer-review of teaching, and instructional design for online teaching and learning are some of the activities she performs as a professional educator. Stated career goal: “To apply empirical best-practices and evidence-based education to medical education.”

Schedule a Peer Review With Sally Mitchell


Operating Room

Laura TorbeckSally Mitchell

Laura Torbeck, PhD, Vice Chair for Education, Department of Surgery

Laura Torbeck is an Assistant Dean in Faculty Affairs, Professional Development, and Diversity and serves as the Vice Chair of Professional Development for the Department of Surgery. She has many years of experience coaching program directors how to direct their residencies and fellowships in terms of curriculum, assessment, accreditation matters, faculty development, problem learners, etc. Laura has a niche for program evaluation, especially in terms of building a professional development program. She enjoys helping her colleagues be successful with their academic and leadership goals.

Schedule a Peer Review With Laura Torbeck

Sally Mitchell, EdD, MMSc, Department of Anesthesia

Sally Ann Mitchell, EdD, MMSc, is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesia, Vice Chair of Education, and Statewide Assistant Clerkship Director for the Department of Anesthesia at Indiana University School of Medicine. She also serves on multiple committees for UME, GME, IPE, and simulation.

Prior to joining IUSM, she earned the Doctor of Education degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Education. Her clinical training and interest in medical education began in 1997 in the Emory University School of Medicine Master of Medical Science in Anesthesiology program. She practiced as a Certified Anesthesiologist Assistant and clinical preceptor for 18 years in metro Atlanta with the last six years as faculty and course director for human anatomy with lab and airway simulation in the Emory MMSc Program. She continues didactic (anesthesia pharmacology and professionalism courses) and simulation teaching with the IUSM Master of Science in Anesthesia program. Additionally, she is involved with simulation education for the core anesthesiology residency training program and medical student education for Transitions 2 and 3.

Current medical education research interests focus on just in-time teaching, clinical performance assessment, simulation performance assessment, POCUS, and IPE. Curriculum development and alignment across the continuum of medical education, creation of educational content in collaboration with physician anesthesiologist content experts, peer-review of teaching, and instructional design for online teaching and learning are some of the activities she performs as a professional educator. Stated career goal: “To apply empirical best-practices and evidence-based education to medical education.”

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Krista Hoffmann-Longtin

Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development
Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis