Christopher L. Carroll, MD, MS, FCCP
Dr. Carroll is a pediatric critical care physician at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and a Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Connecticut. Dr. Carroll has a long-standing interest in social media and its use in academic medicine and medical education. He was an early adopter of social media in pulmonary and critical care medicine,and researches the use of social media in academic medicine. Dr. Carroll has served on numerous committees within CHEST, including most recently as Trustee of the CHEST Foundation and Chair of the Critical Care NetWork. Before being appointed Deputy Editor for Web and Multimedia for the journal CHEST, Dr. Carroll served as Social Media Section Editor from 2012-2018, and then Web and Multimedia Editor for the journal. He also co-chairs the Social Media Workgroup for CHEST. When not working or tweeting, Dr. Carroll can be found camping with his Boy Scout troop and parenting three amazingly nerdy and talented children who are fortunate to take after their grandparents.
Darcy D. Marciniuk, MD, FCCP
Dr. Marciniuk is a Professor of Respirology, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine, and Associate Vice-President Research at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada. He is recognized internationally as an expert and leader in clinical exercise physiology, COPD, and pulmonary rehabilitation. Dr. Marciniuk is a Past President of CHEST and served as a founding Steering Committee member of Canada’s National Lung Health Framework, member and Chair of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Respirology Examination Board, President of the Canadian Thoracic Society (CTS), and Co-Chair of the 2016 CHEST World Congress and 2005 CHEST Annual Meeting. He was the lead author of three COPD clinical practice guidelines, a panel member of international clinical practice guidelines in COPD, cardiopulmonary exercise testing, and pulmonary rehabilitation, and was a co-author of the published joint Canadian Thoracic Society/CHEST clinical practice guideline on preventing acute exacerbations of COPD.Susan Murin, MD, MSc, MBA, FCCP
Dr. Murin is currently serving as Vice-Dean for Clinical Affairs and Executive Director of the UC Davis Practice Management Group. She previously served as Program Director for the Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship, Chief of the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine, and Vice-Chair for Clinical Affairs at UC Davis. Her past national service has included membership on the ACGME’s Internal Medicine RRC, Chair of the Pulmonary Medicine test-writing committee for the ABIM, and Chair of the Association of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Program Directors. She has a long history of service to the college in a variety of roles and served as an Associate Editor of the CHEST journal or 14 years. Dr. Murin’s research has been focused in two areas: epidemiology of venous thromboembolism and the effects of smoking on the natural history of breast cancer. She remains active in clinical care and teaching at both UC Davis and the Northern California VA. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her three grown children, scuba diving, and tennis.