Dana Loke, MD, MS
Credentials: Assistant Professor (CHS)
Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Graduate: Northwestern University, The Graduate School
Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin
Residency: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine – Chief Resident
Fellowship: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine – Medical Education
Dr. Loke graduated from the Northwestern University Emergency Medicine program in Chicago, where she completed the Medical Education Clinical Scholars Program and the Academy for Quality and Safety Improvement. She also served as chief resident. She completed her medical education fellowship at Northwestern University, where she was awarded the Dr. David Salzman Junior Faculty Award, Dr. Morris Kharasch Award for Excellence in Teaching, and the Best Faculty Innovator in Education Award. During her fellowship, she completed a Master of Science in Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety. Dr. Loke was awarded the Cornerstone Award for her work as the Foundations of Emergency Medicine F1 Course Director and Editor-in-Chief.
Dr. Loke’s interests include medical education, clinical teaching skills, simulation-based mastery learning, healthcare quality and patient safety (HQPS), resident HQPS education, and physician wellness.