Dr. Dudas is an Assistant Professor in the Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. He is co-director of medical student pediatric education and is actively engaged in curriculum development and evaluation for the School of Medicine. His primary research interest is in pediatric education for medical students with a focus on clinical skills development and assessment. Recent publications concern an innovative photograph-based intervention (PHACES) to help families develop better relationships with their healthcare team and another involving assessment of a novel patient safety curriculum introduced to medical students in the pediatric clerkship. In addition, he is interested in pediatric emergency healthcare delivered by community hospitals and is involved in research studying the application of telemedicine to improve care.