Team

PGY-3, Chief Resident
Department of Emergency Medicine, McGovern Medical School @ UTHealth

Catie Reynolds

Co-Creator of ECG Stampede

Catie is a firefighter wife, dog mom, and soon-to-be human mom. After graduation, she’ll start as core faculty at UTHealth. In her free time, Catie does amateur calligraphy and obsesses about Houston sports teams.

Ben Cooper
Assistant Professor and Associate Program Director
Department of Emergency Medicine, McGovern Medical School @ UTHealth

Benjamin Cooper

Co-Creator of the ECG Stampede Curriculum

Ben is a proud husband and father of two boys in Houston, TX. He’s board certified in emergency medicine and he’s been on faculty at UTHealth since 2015, where he directs conference activities and nerds-out over electrocardiography interpretation. Outside of work, he enjoys running (enjoys is used loosely), going to his sons’ baseball games, and of course…the Astros!

Assistant Professor, Associate Director of Undergraduate Medical Education, Medical Student Clerkships Director
Department of Emergency Medicine, McGovern Medical School @ UTHealth

Jonathan Giordano

Co-Creator of the ECG Stampede Curriculum

Jon is a native New Yorker who made the trek down to Houston with his wife and dog in search of warm weather. He’s board certified in Emergency Medicine and has been on faculty at UTHealth since 2018 where he currently runs the medical student clerkships for the department of emergency medicine. His interests lie in emergency cardiology, medical education, and innovation. When he is not nerding out with Ben over electrocardiography, he enjoys rooting for the Yankees, hanging out with his dog Georgia, and watching bad reality television on Bravo.

Assistant Professor, Educational Technology and Innovation Officer
Department of Emergency Medicine, McGovern Medical School @ UTHealth

Tom Fadial

Co-Creator of ECG Stampede

Tom is an interface designer turned emergency medicine physician. He spends his time obsessing over every pixel on the ECG Stampede website and mobile app. He enjoys programming and apologizes ahead of time for any bugs you encounter. Tom runs ddxof.com and a few other medical education projects which can be seen at Fadial.com. In his free time, Tom enjoys trying to close all the rings on his activity tracker by running, swimming and randomly standing up when his watch tells him to.