Dr. Katz-Dana graduated from Tel-Aviv University medical school in 2014. She completed her pediatric residency training at Meir Medical Center in Kfar-Saba, Israel. She then completed her subspecialty training in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the University of Toronto. Passionate for point-of-care ultrasound and simulation-based training, Dr. Katz-Dana is involved in clinical, academic, and educational activities including module development and simulation research projects. Off work, she enjoys running, hiking, and backcountry exploring with her family.
Sabrina Lue Tam
MD, BHSc, FRCPC
The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Dr. Lue Tam completed her BHSc, undergraduate medical degree, and pediatric residency training at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. She then completed her subspecialty training in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the University of Toronto. She is an enthusiastic bedside teacher with a passion for medical education at all levels of medical training. Her POCUS passions include teaching in the classroom, at the bedside, via FOAMEd, module development, and in simulation-based education. Off-shift, she enjoys spending time with her spouse exploring local food and bubble tea, scrapbooking, writing, dancing, and music.
Danielle A.S. Holmes
Brooklyn, NY, USA
Dr. Holmes graduated magna cum laude from St Georges University School of Medicine in 2016. After which she started, her pediatric residency at SUNY Downstate, Brooklyn NY. Danielle was involved in many programs to improve her community, working with the AAP as the district rep, SOPT to educate the residents about community programs, and organizing a medical presence at many Anti-Gun Violence protests in NYC. During this time Danielle was awarded “resident of the year” by both the nursing staff and the clinical attendings. She then accepted a pediatric emergency medicine residency at Maimonides Medical Center in the heart of Brooklyn, where she was granted a certificate of courage for her work during the pandemic. Her passion for POCUS has finally led her to SickKids, where she is currently a POCUS Fellow.