Katherine Hiller, MD, MPH, served as director for Undergraduate Emergency Medicine for the Department of Emergency Medicine at University of Arizona College of Medicine-Tucson for more than a decade. Her experience includes graduate medical education and faculty development, having initiated mentorship programs for junior faculty and female faculty, and running the Medical Education/Simulation residency track for the last five years.
Dr. Hiller serves on the boards of many national organizations. She is immediate past president of the Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine Academy of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, and is a founding member of the Emergency Medicine Advanced Clinical Exam task force with the National Board of Medical Examiners, a member of the AAMC Standardized Video Interview Working Group, and an item writer for the American Board of Emergency Medicine. Additionally, Dr. Hiller has extensively published high quality medical education research, presented at numerous conferences, served as a medical expert for local media, and acted as a principal investigator or collaborator on several grant-funded projects.
Dr. Hiller earned her bachelor of science degree in chemistry and biochemistry from the University of Arizona-Tucson, and her medical degree from The Ohio State University College of Medicine. She completed a transitional internship at Kern Medical Center in Bakersfield, California, before heading to Denver Health Medical Center for her residency in emergency medicine, where she was junior chief resident. She holds a certificate from the Arizona Clinical Research Training Program and earned her Master’s in Public Health (MPH) from the University of Arizona.
Dr. Hiller practices in emergency medicine at IU Health Bloomington Hospital.