Casey Distaso, M.D.
Casey Distaso is a graduate of Georgetown University School of Medicine. He completed emergency medicine residency at University of Chicago. Upon completion of residency, he joined the Vanderbilt community as a Clinical Informatics Fellow in the Department of Biomedical Informatics and as a Clinical Instructor of Emergency Medicine in the Emergency Department.
His professional interests include improving access to healthcare, technologic innovation, electronic health record usability, and reducing physician cognitive burden.
Sean Boaglio, D.O.
Sean grew up in Longview, Washington. He graduated summa cum laude from Pacific Lutheran University. He received his medical degree from Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2017 and completed his Emergency Medicine Residency training at Stony Brook University Hospital, serving as Chief Resident in 2020. He joined Vanderbilt faculty as the Global Health Fellow, working in resident education at Georgetown Public Hospital in Guyana, South America while pursuing a Master's in Public Health and completing the Diploma of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene at the Gorgas Institute in Lima, Peru. His areas of academic interest are Emergency Medicine development and education, simulation, humanitarian aid, and tropical diseases. On days off, Sean enjoys volleyball, basketball, playing board games, and exploring the outdoors with his wife Chrissy.
Dr. Grozenski is a Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellow with a background in Emergency Medicine. He is a graduate of Michigan State College of Human Medicine and went on to complete his Emergency Medicine residency at the University of Florida- Jacksonville. Outside of work, Dr. Grozenski enjoys spending his free time with his wife and two dogs, exploring Nashville, and rooting on Vanderbilt’s and Detroit’s athletic teams
Megan Hilbert, M.D.
Dr. Hilbert is a long term Charleston native having received her undergraduate degree at the College of Charleston and attending medical school and completing her Emergency Medicine residency at the Medical University of South Carolina. Her academic interests include ultrasonography with particular interest in its application in global resource poor settings as well as women mentorship in Emergency Medicine. In her time as an ultrasound fellow she hopes to develop her teaching skills as she is passionate about teaching all level of learners. She is excited to join the faculty at Vanderbilt University and continue to expand her knowledge and practice of Emergency Medicine. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her husband, running, playing soccer, and painting.