Med school sucked. Information was needlessly overworked and extraneous, materials were expensive, and the sources were disjoined and scattered. We got the job done and did well, but knew there had to be a better way. We had the knowledge, skill and scores to do it. So we went to work; we got a white board, a camera, and started making videos. It worked. People used it. People LIKED it. Our interest is in making better doctors, which is why our videos are and always will be free. But we wanted to reach more people and be more than just a cool video site only a handful of people knew about. We wanted to change medical education. To do that, we needed resources. So we created a boatload of additional content in our signature style and started a business. Every week the site and the content continues to grow. We hope you enjoy our work. Good or bad, let us know by contacting us.
Our mission is to change how medical education is approached, how medical schools deliver it and how students learn it.
We want you spending time using what you've learned to practice actual medicine. That's done by making learning easier, faster, and more reliable. Learn what's needed and make it stick.
About the Lead Educator
Dustyn is a board-certified Internal Medicine physician. He did his undergrad at Yale, toured the streets of New Haven as a paramedic, then went to Tulane for medical school. It was there he met his mentors that coached him towards education. He's a Hospitalist at Baton Rouge General where he's the Clerkship Director for Tulane students in the LEAD curriculum and Core Faculty for the Baton Rouge General Internal Medicine Residency Program. From teaching technique to curricula, he's always looking for cutting edge research and data to support it. When not in the hospital or in front of the classroom, he's creating new content and trying to convince Jamie to put his beloved cat on everything OnlineMedEd.
Dustyn Williams MD
Founder and Lead Educator
Dustyn Williams did his undergrad at Yale and med school at Tulane University School of Medicine. He's a board-certified Internal Medicine hospitalist at Baton Rouge General where he is the Clerkship Director for Tulane students in the LEAD curriculum and Core Faculty for the Baton Rouge General Internal Medicine Residency Program. He's also a published author and co-founder of DoseDr, a diabetes management telemedicine platform.
Michael Garner MD
Michael Garner completed his undergraduate studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Romance Languages with a minor in Business Administration. After a few years in the real world, he decided to return to Chapel Hill for medical school. He is currently a practicing dermatologist. His late father, also a dermatologist, succumbed to a 10+ year battle with metastatic melanoma in 2013. Michael honors his father’s legacy daily; he is dedicated to the prevention of melanoma as well as early diagnosis and appropriate treatment.
Rachel Evers-Meltzer MD
Rachel completed her undergraduate degree at Washington University in St. Louis and MD/MPH at Tulane University School of Medicine. She loves applied statistics and health information systems, and has acted as the lead statistician for studies at Tulane University School of Medicine, Ochsner Clinic Foundation, Baton Rouge General Hospital, Stanford University School of Medicine, and Washington University in St. Louis. Before starting medical school, Rachel taught massive online open courses in math and statistics for Udacity.
Jeremy Polman completed his undergraduate studies at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville where he received his Bachelor of Science in Biology. He then began medical school at Lincoln Memorial University – DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine to earn his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Master of Science in Anatomical Sciences, and his Master of Business Administration degrees. Having a passion for education, he was selected to be a member of the Pre-Doctoral Teaching Fellowship at LMU-DCOM. He was awarded the role of Lead Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Fellow, where he helped create the OMM curriculum including lectures, written exams, and lab practicals. He has taught first and second year medical students, focusing on high yield topics for the COMLEX Level I, Level II, PE, and COMAT exams. In his free time, he enjoys flying airplanes and playing ice hockey.