To learn more about the SGEM fellowship, please email Wendy Wesley at SGEM@lifespan.org.
Alyson McGregor, MD is an attending physician at Rhode Island Hospital, an assistant professor of emergency medicine at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and co-founder and director of SGEM in Brown University's department of emergency medicine. She also serves as co-director for the SGEM fellowship.
McGregor received her medical degree from Boston University and completed her residency in emergency medicine at Brown University. She is a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians, executive board member of the Sex and Gender Women’s Health Collaborative (SGWHC), and past president of the Rhode Island Medical Women’s Association. Her clinical and research interests include evaluating gender
differences in emergency medicine and women’s health.
Esther Choo, MD is an emergency medicine physician at Rhode Island Hospital and an assistant professor in the department of emergency medicine at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and the department of health services, policy and practice at the School of Public Health. She is co-founder and associate director of SGEM and co-director for the SGEM fellowship.
Choo received her medical degree from Yale University, completed an internship at Yale-New Haven Hospital, an emergency medicine residency at Boston University and a health services research fellowship at Oregon Health and Science University. Choo’s research, currently supported by a NIDA K23 grant, include substance use disorders, partner abuse and technology for health interventions.