Caroline (Stoddard) Astemborski, MD, MEHP, is a graduate of Clemson University and University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville. After medical school, she attended residency at Prisma Health Upstate in emergency medicine graduating in 2020. After residency, Dr. Astemborski attended Prisma Health Upstate as a two-year Medical Education & Technology Fellow in the Department of Emergency Medicine. She attended Johns Hopkins University during her fellowship and received her Master of Education of Health Professionals and Post Graduate Certificate in Evidence-Based Teaching in 2022. Her capstone project focused on the impact of learning content management systems on residency programming. Dr. Astemborski currently serves as the Assistant Program Director of the Medical Education & Technology Fellowship, working to mentor fellows in their medical education research interests. Additionally, she is a clinical assistant professor at University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville, where she serves as faculty for Integrative Practice of Medicine. Dr. Astemborski has been recognized as a national educator. Her interests include evidence-based education, small group learning, just-in-time teaching, classroom engagement, gamification, equality in education, mentorship, and technology in education, including AR/VR, 3D printing, and low fidelity models.