Jason C. Wagner, MD, FACEP
Dr. Wagner matriculated into the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Washington University in St. Louis in 2001 after graduating medical school from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. He completed residency in 2005 and remains as a faculty member at Washington University in St. Louis to this day.
During his 20-plus years at Washington University in St. Louis, Dr. Wagner has been an innovator, continuously striving to enhance the experiences and education of those around him. He was the Director of Simulation for 10 years, coinciding with 10 years as a nocturnist before becoming a Residency APD for four years. This was followed by nearly a decade as the Residency Program Director, ushering in an era of change for the program restructuring, not only the conference curriculum from top to bottom, but also the clinical rotations across all four years of residency.
Dr. Wagner is broadening his influence across the department in his current role as Vice Chair for Education. Nationally, Dr. Wagner is in leadership and education positions across numerous organizations within emergency medicine including SAEM, ACEP, AAEM, and CORD. His desire is to continuously improve upon the educational content delivered to Emergency Medicine trainees at all levels.