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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Faculty Spotlights

Ralph J. Riviello, MD, MS, FACEP

Ralph J. Riviello, MD

"Everyone is very dedicated to the job they do, each other, their departments, and the patients and students we serve."

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Evan J. Weiner, MD, FAAP, FACEP, FAAEM

Evan J. Weiner, MD

"I enjoy the energy and enthusiasm of the students. It's been very easy to get involved at the medical school level."

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Rita P. Guevara, MD

Rita P. Guevara, MD

"[Drexel's] culture is one of dedication, inclusion, appreciation of everyone's unique backgrounds and contributions, and an emphasis on the importance of wellness and resilience."

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Ana E. Nunez, MD

"The Challenge of Unconscious Bias"

Bias is something that all people have. Originating in fear or issues of safety, it is part of what has kept humankind around so long — helping us to know when to run and when to stay. Bias can be conscious (I know I don't like green tea) or unconscious (I often order green tea, but for some reason I don't drink it). Unconscious bias is shaped by previous experiences, what we have learned, stereotypes of society, what we read, what we see on TV. There are countless influences on unconscious bias.

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