Grace Huang, MD
Rabkin Fellow in Medical Education
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Interactive visual tools for procedural training
Grace Huang, MD, is an assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School (HMS), a hospitalist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), and the Director of Assessment at the Shapiro Institute for Education and Research at BIDMC and HMS. She received a BA degree in English and a BS degree in Biological Sciences with Honors from Stanford University in 1995, and the MD degree from Washington University in St. Louis in 1999 with election to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. Her internship and residency in internal medicine were completed at BIDMC in 2002. As a Rabkin Fellow in Medical Education in 2003, Dr. Huang created interactive animations for handheld computers to instruct medical students in bedside procedures. She spent a number of years in the multimedia production of virtual patients. She also completed a medical education fellowship with the Academy at HMS in 2006, the Picker Fellowship in evidence-based medicine in 2011, and a Certificate in Applied Biostatistics (Harvard Catalyst). As the Director of Assessment, she provides faculty development and project mentorship to BIDMC faculty in instrument design, program evaluation, and scholarly writing. Her educational research interests are in procedural skill assessment, cognative error, critical thinking, and medical student education. Dr. Huang is the chair of the Millennium Conferences, a series of national conferences that address topics of pressing importance in medical education. She is a consultant for the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), an associate editor for MedEdPORTAL, an editorial board member for the journal Simulation in Healthcare, and an associate editor for Hospital Medicine Journal Watch. She serves on the OSCE committee at HMS and teaches actively.