Teach Podcast

About Us

Curbsiders Teach is THE internal medicine podcast for all things medical education that uses expert interviews to inspire the next generation of medical educators by providing listeners with teaching pearls, practice-changing knowledge, and a learning objective-based dose of edutainment.

You’ll learn high-yield tips and tactics whether you precept trainees, teach small groups, design curricula, or give CME lectures.  We interview a variety of amazing #MedEd experts on topics ranging from bedside teaching, ambulatory precepting, feedback conversations, mentorship, learner mental health, and more! 


Molly Heublein MD and Era Kryzhanovskaya MD

Founding Members

Molly Heublein MD and Era Kryzhanovskaya MD

Meet the Team

Founding Member
Molly Heublein

Molly Heublein, MD is an Associate Professor of Medicine at UCSF Women's Health Primary Care. She has a special interest in medical education, women's health, and symptom management. When she is not working, Molly enjoys spending time outside hiking and gardening with her two kids.

Founding Member
Era Kryzhanovskaya

Dr. Era Kryzhanovskaya is a general internist working at UCSF with a special interest in medical education, addiction medicine, well-being, and feedback. She can be reached at irina.kryzhanovskaya@ucsf.edu.

Charlotte Chaiklin

She/her/hers I am an academic internist at the University of Florida with a passion for both ambulatory and hospital medicine.

Andrew DeLaat

He/Him I’m a 4th-year medical student interested in Internal medicine and medical education! In my free time, I play golf and see my family as much as I can!

John Ong

He/Him John is a 3rd-year internal medicine resident pursuing a career in nephrology after the conclusion of residency. His interests include medical education, nephrology, podcasts, and cooking.

Frances Ue

Dr. Frances Ue is an experienced clinician educator and an Internal Medicine attending physician at Cambridge Health Alliance. In addition, her educational roles include: Associate Site Director for Physical Diagnosis and Reasoning in the Harvard Medical School (HMS) Practice of Medicine course, Interim Director of the HMS Medicine Sub Internship, and Interim Director of the HMS Inpatient Medicine Clerkship. Her writing can be found in STAT Opinion and NEJM Journal Watch. Twitter: @TheFrancesUe

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