Director of Online Learning, Assessment, Examinations & Curriculum Planning, AAOS
Brian Moore is the Director of Online Learning, Assessment, Examinations & Curriculum Planning at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS). With over 20 years of progressive experience in the continuing medical education space, Brian has a proven track record of driving behavior change, a demonstrated passion for digital transformation, and an adaptability to navigate the continuously evolving landscape of online learning. Whether launching a homegrown online surgical video library, leading the implementation of AAOS' first LMS, or overseeing the 4-year development of the Resident Orthopaedic Core Knowledge (ROCK) curriculum, Brian inspires teams to embrace the opportunities and challenges of innovation. His focus on human-centered design and collaboration helps to foster an inclusive culture that empowers teams to take ownership of positive change.
Chief Business Development Officer, Silverchair
As Chief Business Development Officer, Jake Zarnegar works directly with scientific and scholarly publishers to explore new partnerships and find the best alignment of Silverchair’s complementary suite of technologies and services with each publisher’s digital product strategy. A 20+ year industry veteran, Jake is a frequent speaker at SSP, ALPSP, and STM events covering emerging topics at the intersection of technology and scholarly publishing.
Associate Professor at Boston University Aram V. Chobanian & Edward Avedisian School of Medicine, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology.
Dr. Jonathan J. Wisco is Associate Professor at Boston University Aram V. Chobanian & Edward Avedisian School of Medicine, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology. He is co-Director for the preclinical curriculum, Principles Integrating Science, Clinical Medicine and Equity (PISCEs); and Director of the Laboratory for Translational Anatomy of Degenerative Diseases and Developmental Disorders (TAD4). Dr. Wisco is interested in the histological validation of innovative imaging of anatomic pathologies, functional activation of the brain during active learning, and the educational scholarship of teaching and learning, notably on the topics of curriculum design, faculty development, learning tools innovation, service-learning, and inclusive learning environments. He directs the non-profit organizations Better Learning Experiences, which provides underserved faculty development for K-12, community college, and undergraduate university instructors; and Anatomy Academy, which teaches anatomy, physiology and nutrition concepts to underserved elementary school children as an effort to promote healthy lifestyles through educational intervention, and to inspire kids to pursue science as a career.