Dr. Nathan Stehouwer is an assistant professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and the program director of the Med-Peds residency program at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center/Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital. He received his undergraduate degree from Calvin College and his MD from CWRU. He completed his residency in combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics at UH/Rainbow, where he served an additional year as chief resident. He founded and is the medical director of the Med-Peds consult service for young adults with childhood-onset conditions admitted to the pediatric or adult hospitals. His research interests focus on investigating novel means of assessing and teaching clinical reasoning, with an emphasis on the use of probabilistic reasoning to enhance education and clinical decision-making. Dr. Stehouwer also serves on the editorial board for the New England Journal of Medicine Healer application, an interactive platform teaching clinical reasoning to trainees.