Leadership and personnel

Conrad Hunt, MBA
Director of Operations

Joshua Collins, MD
Clinical Medical Director

Chih J. Chuang, MD
Director, Physical Diagnosis Program
Dalnesha Craft
Office Services Clerk Senior
Trifun Dimitrijevski, MD
Director of Simulation
Christopher Guyer, MD
Assistant Director, Physical Diagnosis Program
Christopher Bergum
Simulation Technology Administrator
Lowery Modlin
Sonal C. Patel
Assistant Director of Clinical Evaluations
Kimberly J. Snell
Supervisor, Standardized Patient Education


Chih J. Chuang, M.D.

Dr. Chih Chuang is an assistant professor in the department of Academic and Student Programs at Wayne State University School of Medicine. He received his M.D. from Wayne State University Class of 2006 and then completed a combined residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the Detroit Medical Center/Wayne State University. He then reserved as a chief resident for his residency to develop his teaching and leadership skills. He then went on to complete a fellowship in Palliative Care Medicine and Hospice. Dr. Chuang joined the faculty of Wayne State in 2012 to be Director of the Office of Global Health and Education. In 2013, he also became Director of the Physical Diagnosis Program. Clinically, Dr. Chuang sees Palliative Care and Hospice patients at the John D. Dingell VA Medical Center. Dr. Chuang is a member and recipient of the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award of the Gold Humanism Honor Society. He has a passion for teaching and learning as well as mentoring the next generation of health care professionals. His research interests include education, global health and palliative care. He is married to his wife Dr. Ginger Chuang, a WSU Class of 2006 alumna, and they reside with their dog, Dakota.

Christopher Guyer, M.D.

Dr. Guyer graduated from Wayne State Medical School in 2006. He completed residency in Emergency Medicine at Detroit Receiving Hospital/Wayne State University in 2009 and completed fellowship in Sports Medicine at Henry Ford Hospital in 2010. He came to us from Henry Ford Health System as a Senior Staff Physician, practicing in the Division of Emergency Medicine and Division of Orthopedics. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the Wayne State University School of Medicine and an Adjunct Physician Instructor for the University of Michigan School of Medicine. His research interests include the use of ECGs for cardiovascular screening in athletes and using simulation for medical education. He is a team physician for the Detroit City FC, a Visiting Team Medical Liaison for the Detroit Lions, and a team physician with the US Ski and Snowboard Association.

Lowery Modlin

Lowery is a retired paramedic from the Detroit Fire Department. She is a Professional Technician for Wayne State Medical School. She is currently a member of the Support Staff for the Kado Clinical Skills Center, working as a Logistician and Exam Proctor. She is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in nursing with a minor in anthropology.