- MedU Executive Director
Master Educator Academy Chair 2013-2014
Leslie is a nationally recognized expert in faculty development, learning design and use of technology in medical education. She is the former Associate Dean for Faculty Development, and co-led the Pedagogy, Teaching and Mentorship Working Group for the Dartmouth College strategic plan. Following a pediatric residency at the University of California at Irvine, Leslie completed a medical education fellowship at Michigan State University in 1995 and has over 10 years of experience as a clerkship director and five years' experience as a residency program director. She is a 2013 fellow of the Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine for women (ELAM).
Leslie is also the co-founder and executive director of MedU, a non-profit social enterprise with a mission to advance medical education through collaborative development, dissemination and research of technology-enabled medical education programs. The majority of US and Canadian medical schools subscribe to at least one of MedU's virtual patient courses, with over 30,000 registered new users per year and over 800,000 case sessions completed annually. She looks forward to mentoring faculty in curriculum development, learning design, clinical skills coaching, educational leadership and scholarship, entrepreneurship, and career planning.