Claire Simon (she/her) was born and raised in Seattle. She attended undergrad and medical school at the University of Washington and completed her family medicine residency at the University of Washington through Harborview Family Medicine Clinic. Her clinical interests include improving access to addiction medicine services for people who are pregnant or parenting as well as reproductive justice including abortion care. She is also passionate about teaching, mentorship, and clinical research. Outside of medicine, she enjoys exercising and spending time with her family and dog Hugo.
Callan Fockele attended medical school at the UC Berkeley/UC San Francisco Joint Medical Program and completed an Emergency Medicine residency at the University of Washington. She most recently served as a population health research fellow in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the UW, during which she worked on improving the distribution of take-home naloxone and safer use kits, developing emergency medical service protocols after opioid overdose, and creating a countywide ED-initiated buprenorphine pathway. She is interested in community-engaged research, harm reduction, and transitions of care for people who use drugs.
Amy Liu attended Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio, and then completed her Internal Medicine residency at the University of Washington in Seattle. After residency, she joined Swedish Medical Center in Seattle as a hospitalist. Her professional interests include improving the care of vulnerable and underserved patients, particularly in the hospitalized setting, integrating harm-reduction strategies to improve the care of patients with substance use disorder, and improving transitions of care for such patients. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors, including foraging, climbing, running, and hiking around the beautiful Pacific Northwest.