Christopher Carpenter ’90
Christopher Carpenter ’90 became vice chair of implementation and innovation at Mayo Clinic-Rochester in June. He continues to lead the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine’s Guidelines for Reasonable and Appropriate Care in the emergency department effort, the first clinical practice guidelines for emergency medicine. He is also on the leadership core for clinician-scientists transdisciplinary research, and leads the implementation science core of the geriatric emergency care applied research network 2.0 – advancing dementia care. In March, he co-authored the third edition of Evidence-Based Emergency Care: Diagnostic Testing and Clinical Decision Rules. He reports that he is excited to watch his daughter Kayla (Hope ’24) graduate this year and move on to her medical school training.