Meet The 2018 Spring Seminar RSO Speakers 2018-03-19T19:47:49+00:00
Dr. Stephanie Davis
Dr. Stephanie Davis
Dr. Stephanie Davis is a graduate of the University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine, Kansas City. Since completing her residency at Henry Ford Bi-County Hospital, Dr. Davis has dedicated her time as one of ACOEP’s esteemed Board members, a mentor and preceptor to students, and as an active Fellow. Dr. Davis’ interests include EMS and mass casualties.
Dr. Eva Tovar Hirashima
Dr. Eva Tovar Hirashima
Dr. Eva Tovar Hirashima was born and raised in Mexico City. She graduated from the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency in 2014 and completed an Emergency Ultrasound fellowship at the University of Maryland in 2017. She currently works at UC San Diego and is part of their Ultrasound division. Her areas of interest are the use of ultrasound in resource-limited settings and ultrasound guided nerve blocks.

Dr. Andy Little
Dr. Andy Little
Dr. Andy Little is a graduate of Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2012 and from the Doctors Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency in 2016. He currently serves as Core Faculty and the research director at the Doctors Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency. Outside of his roles in education he also serves as a Co-founder and Host for the EM Over Easy Podcast.
Dr. Cameron Meyer
Dr. Cameron Meyer
Dr. Cameron Meyer is a 2nd year resident at Doctors Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Originally, he’s from Salt Lake City, Utah. Dr. Meyer has served as your current RSO Treasurer and has been an active member of the ACOEP since he was a medical student at WVSOM. Needless to say, he loves being active and outdoors. Outside of enjoying activity and the great outdoors Dr. Meyer’s passions include emergency medicine and teaching and sharing what he knows with others.
Dr. Nilesh Patel
Dr. Nilesh Patel
Dr. Nilesh Patel is a graduate of the Lehigh Valley Emergency Medicine residency program in PA. Currently, he is Associate Residency Director for Emergency Medicine at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in Paterson, NJ.

Dr. Patel is chair of ACOEP’s CME Committee. He has lectured at multiple venues, including ACEP’s annual Scientific Assembly, AAEM’s annual Scientific Assembly, and ACOEP’s Fall and Spring conferences. His passions include evidence based medicine and online learning via FOAMed. Dr. Patel’s passion outside of work is family, including his wife Anjali and 3 small children.