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Medical Toxicology Fellow-in-Training Association (MTFITA)

MTFITA promotes excellence in patient care, enhances the education and professional development of physicians training in medical toxicology, provides a network among fellows-in-training for enhanced communication and camaraderie, and strengthens involvement in ACMT during the transition to community toxicology practice.

As a member of ACMT and a fellow-in-training, you are automatically a member of the Medical Toxicology Fellow-in-Training Association (MTFITA).


MTFITA BOARD MEMBERS 2017-18

Each year, MTFITA members elect a new group of officers to carry out the objectives of the MTFITA. 

 

Alex Harding, MD
New York City Poison Control Center

Harding_Alex.jpgAlex Harding is a fellow at the New York City Poison Control Center. He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey, and obtained his medical degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. His toxicologic interests include education, international toxicology, and critical care toxicology and his hobbies include working out, cooking, guitar, and Texas/Texans football.

 

 

Ryan Marino, MD
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Marino_Ryan.jpgRyan Marino is a Fellow in the Division of Medical Toxicology at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pittsburgh, PA. He completed both his medical school training and his residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. His interests in the field of toxicology include correcting the osmolality equation to better account for acute ethanol intoxication and poisonous plants. His hobbies also include alcohol and poison gardens. He can usually be found on social media.

 

 

Sarah Shafer, MD
University of Texas Southwestern

Bio in progress.