Dr. Matthew Strehlow is an Associate Professor and Vice-Chair of Strategy in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Stanford and the Director of Stanford Emergency Medicine International. Over the past decade and a half, he has worked in prehospital and emergency care across Asia and Africa. Dr. Strehlow is the founder of the On-Line Medical Research program in India. He focuses his research on the epidemiology of emergencies in developing nations, maternal and neonatal emergency referral systems, and gender-based violence. In Cambodia, Dr. Strehlow has worked on improving prehospital and facility-based emergency care systems under two USAID funded grants serving as Senior Technical Advisor for the Quality Health Services project. Providers in over 170 countries have utilized his online, open-access emergency medicine training programs and sepsis gaming programs.