Our Mission

The Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) Atlas is collaborative education platform where we create, share, and curate free ultrasound education material. Our goal is to improve the way POCUS is taught on a global scale. The POCUS Image Atlas is a collection of rare, exemplary, and perfectly captured ultrasound images intended to be used as educational material. The infographics of The Evidence Atlas showcase the data powering the POCUS movement.

All of our content is free, open access, and peer-reviewed available to be shared and used for global ultrasound education. Don't hesitate to reach out.



The Team

Michael Macias MD Founder/Designer

Amateur shutterbug, mediocre cook & ultrasound junkie living in sunny San Diego, California. I am a graduate of The Ultrasound Leadership Academy and the UCSD Ultrasound Fellowship Program. I am also the creator of EMcurious, The NUEM blog, and UCSD Ultrasound, with a strong interest in digital education. Contact me at

Twitter: @emedcurious

Matthew Riscinti MD Co-founder, Editor

Emergency Ultrasound Fellow at Denver Health in Denver, Colorado. He has special interests in Deep Learning augmentation of Ultrasound Education, Teleguidance, and technologic innovations in Ultrasound Education. He recently shared the ACEP Innovation in Ultrasound Education Award. 

Contact: Twitter: @thepocusatlas

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Tom Fadial MD App Development, Editor

Assistant Professor and Educational Technology and Innovation Officer at McGovern Med at UTHealth. Iā€™m passionate about creating free, innovative and well-designed medical education tools like See all of my work at

Twitter: @thame

Carissa Solari PGY1 Co-chief of Operations & Social Media Specialist  
Incoming Resident in Emergency Medicine at the University of New Mexico and graduate from SUNY Downstate Medical School in Brooklyn, NY. I have come to respect the enormous utility of US in the ED and hope to learn a great deal while working on this project over the upcoming years. Outside of academics I spend my free time rock climbing or traveling (to a rock climbing destination.) Feel free to contact me at


Lisa Feit MS4 Co-chief of Operations

Fourth year, Emergency Medicine bound medical student at SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn, NY. Working on this project has given me a lot of insight into the uses and importance of ultrasound in the ED. I like spending my spare time defying gravity flying the trapeze or at gymnastics. Feel free to contact me at


Matt Dawson MD, RDMS, RDCS



Ultrasound Pod

Twitter: @ultrasoundpod





Twitter: @broomedocs

Jacob Avila MD




Twitter: @ultrasoundMD


John F Kilpatrick MD

Consultant & Editor

Website: Kings County US

Resa E. Lewiss MD


Twitter @ultrasoundREL

Key Contributors and Partners

Dr. Garrett Ghent - Lead Editor and Researcher for the Evidence Atlas - Emergency Medicine Resident Eastern Virginia Medical School

Dr. Sathya Subramanian - Pediatrics Founding Contributor - Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound Fellow at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Dr. Bobak Zonnoor - WikiEM Partner - Emergency Resident At SUNY Downstate/Kings County in Brooklyn - Twitter @bobznr

Dr. Sarah Jones - Obstetrics Section Editor (coming soon)  Emergency Resident At SUNY Downstate/Kings County in Brooklyn

Our Friends

We have some of the coolest friends in the #FOAMEd and #FOAMUS world. Check them out. 

Thank you to the entire #FOAMed Community

For the love of #POCUS