Who Is MileMarker®?
Developed by a team of clinicians and educators, MileMarker® creators sought to overcome challenges stemming from documenting and assessing a resident’s operative experiences and enhancing the way procedure-based residency training programs document and assess their trainees. After leveraging the software engineering teams from Johns Hopkins to develop the software behind MileMarker®, our founders were able to secure a starter grant from the Johns Hopkins Institute for Excellence in Education (IEE) and the Maryland Innovation Initiative. They began pilot programs at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland as well as at several plastic and reconstructive surgery divisions nationwide.Today MileMarker® is working to expand to more institutions and specialties.
Here’s an article about our company’s origin.
Scientific Advisory Board
Carisa M. Cooney MPH
Assistant Professor, Clinical Research Manager, and Director of Education Innovation, (President) Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Damon S. Cooney MD, PhD
Assistant Professor and Associate Program Director, (VP) Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Scott D. Lifchez MD
Director, Hand Surgery Service, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Associate Professor and Program Director of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Richard J. Redett MD
Co-Director, Brachial Plexus Clinic, Kennedy Krieger Institute Associate Professor and Immediate-Past Program Director, (VP) of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Aimee Martin MBA
Gorkem Sevinc BS, MSE
- 2013 Johns Hopkins IEE Residency Redesign Challenge Grant
- 2014-2015 Johns Hopkins IEE Residency Redesign Challenge Grant
- 2015-2016 Maryland Innovation Initiative (MII)
- 2016-2017 Maryland Innovation Initiative (MII)
- 1. Cooney CM, Redett RJ, Dorafshar AH, Zarrbi B, Lifchez SD. Integrating the NAS Milestones and Hand-Held Technology to Improve Residency Training and Assessment. J of Surg Ed. 2014; Jan/Feb;71(1). PMID: 24411422.
- 2. Cooney CM, Cooney DS, Bello RJ, Bojovic B, redett RJ, Lifchez SD. Comprehensive Observations of Resident Evolution: A Novel Method for Assessing Procedure-Based Residency Training. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2016 Feb; 137(2):673-8. doi: 10.1097/01.prs.0000475797.69478.0e. PMID: 26818306.
- 3. Bello RJ, Major MR, Cooney DS, Rosson GD, Lifchez SD, Cooney CM. Empirical Validation of the Operative Entrustability assessment Using Resident Performance in Autologous Breast Reconstruction and Hand Surgery. Am J Surg. 2016 Oct 8. pii:S0002-9610(16)30668-7. doi: 10.1016/j.amjsurg.2016.09.054. [Epub ahead of print] PMID:27769541
- PRS-GO, 2015 MAR30-C0-presented at the 2nd Annual American Council of Academic Plastic Surgeons / American Association of Plastic Surgeons Winter Workshop, Chicago, IL.
- PRS-GO.Accepted for publication Feb. 16, 2016.-Presented on Feb. 7, 2015 at the ACAPS Winter Retreat, Chicago, IL
Presentations – Local
Presentations – National
Members of our Scientific Advisory Board have published the following papers and abstracts related to MileMarker®
Over the past three years, Members of our Scientific Advisory Board have made many presentations at Baltimore-area conferences including The Institute for Excellence in Education (IEE), Education Conference and Celebration, the Graduate Medical Education Council at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Clinical Systems Advisory Council at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the MedBiquitous Annual Conference at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Members of our Scientific Advisory Board have also presented at national conferences including at the 1st and 2nd Annual American Council of Academic Plastic Surgeons / American Association of Plastic Surgeons Winter Workshops in Chicago, IL, the 94th Annual Meeting, American Association of Plastic Surgeons in Scottsdale, AZ, the Annual Meeting of the Plastic Surgery Research Council in Seattle, WA.