Dr. Christine Montross is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior and the Director of Counseling Resources at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Her first, Body of Work, is a thoughtful meditation on medical school anatomy lab, the history of dissection and our fascination with the human body. In Falling into the Fire, Dr. Montross recounts striking cases from her psychiatry training, and the paradox of diagnosis when ambiguity is so rife in medicine.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Christy Duan is a resident doctor at Northwell Health (formerly North Shore - Long Island Jewish Health System). She graduated from Albert Einstein College of Medicine with a Medical Doctorate in 2016 and the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Science in Statistics in 2012. She is an award-winning writer who has published in The Detroit Free Press, Quartz, KevinMD.com, MedPage Today, Student Doctor Network, Abaton, and more. Christy is passionate about social justice and global health. Her work has spanned from the Usambara mountain range of Tanzania to the sprawling metropolis of Hong Kong, and from community HIV interventions to data mining. Read more of her work at http://www.christyduan.com.