Casey McQuade, MD is an academic hospitalist at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, where he also completed his residency in internal medicine as well as a chief resident year. He is the current Director of Graduate Education for the UPMC Clinical Center for Medical Decision Making. He is also director of the Certificate Program in Clinical Reasoning for the UPMC Internal Medicine Residency Program. Casey is currently working towards his Masters of Medical Education through the University of Pittsburgh. His main academic interests include diagnostic reasoning education at the GME and UME levels, and the utility of social media for medical education. His current research focuses on the development of expertise in diagnostic reasoning with particular emphasis on differences in how novices and experts develop problem representations for clinical problems. He was awarded one a Fellowship in Diagnostic Excellence by SIDM and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation in 2021.