Residency leadership team
Joel Moll, M.D., FACEP
Residency Program Director
Joel Moll joined VCU as Program Director in January of 2015. Prior to coming to Richmond, he was Associate Program Director at the University of Michigan/St Joseph Mercy Hospital EM Residency, and Assistant Program Director and Administration Fellowship Director at Emory University. Although always interested in education, Dr. Moll started his career in operations, and was medical director at Cleveland Clinic Florida and the University of Florida Gainesville prior to joining residency leadership. He has published several articles and textbook chapters, presents internationally and nationally, and serves on many national committees, including being President-elect of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine’s Academy of Diversity and Inclusion in Emergency Medicine. Interests include graduate medical education, curriculum development, diversity and inclusion, and evidence based medicine.
Peter Moffett, M.D.
Associate Program Director
Pete Moffett attended the University of Delaware for undergraduate studies before attending Jefferson Medical College for his medical degree. He participated in the Health Professions Scholarship Program leading to a commission in the United States Army and completed his residency in emergency medicine at Madigan Army Medical Center, Fort Lewis, Washington. After graduating from residency, Dr. Moffett was deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn where he earned a Meritorious Service Medal. Upon his return he was stationed at Fort Hood Texas where he served as the Director of Research for the Department of Emergency Medicine. After serving for 7 years in the United States Medical Corps, Dr. Moffett honorably separated at the rank of Major and came to Virginia Commonwealth University to start his civilian medical career. He currently serves as the Assistant Program Director and is appointed as an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine. He serves as a Senior Reviewer for Annals of Emergency Medicine and has published numerous articles in a variety of emergency medicine topics. His interests include evidence-based medicine, teaching research skills and fundamentals, as well as any well designed project that lets him use his biostatistic program for dummies.
Stephen Miller, D.O.
Assistant Program Director
Stephen Miller attended Virginia Tech for undergraduate studies before attending medical school at the UNT Health Science Center Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth, TX. He completed his residency at Virginia Commonwealth University and was appointed as an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine. He currently serves as the Assistant Program Director as well as Director for emergency preparedness and chairs the Emergency Department sepsis task force. Dr. Miller serves as an ARCTIC (Advanced Resuscitation Cooling Therapeutics and Intensive Care) Attending, is a member of the Emergency Department quality improvement committee, and has served as Medical Director of the VCU transfer center. In 2015 he had the opportunity to be the Chief Medical Officer for the UCI Road World Championship. His interests include disaster medicine, education, research and quality improvement in both sepsis and resuscitation, as well as evidence based medicine.
Nathan Lewis, M.D., FACEP
Clerkship Director, Assistant Program Director
Nate Lewis obtained his undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering at the University of Virginia and his medical degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. Upon completion of emergency medicine residency at VCU, Dr. Lewis stayed on as faculty. He now serves as the director for M3 and M4 emergency medicine rotations in the medical school and as an assistant program director for the residency program. Additionally, Dr. Lewis is actively involved in undergraduate medical education and medical student advising through the Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine. He has served on several national committees and was part of a workgroup tasked with assessing the NBME Emergency Medicine Advanced Clinical Examination. Dr. Lewis is also the creator and cohost of EM Stud, a podcast for medical students interested in emergency medicine, which covers a wide range of topics and includes guests from all over the country. His professional interests include undergraduate and graduate medical education, social media, and simulation.
Kevin Keller, M.S.
Residency Program Coordinator
Kevin Keller joined the VCU EM Team in March 2016. Prior to VCU, Kevin worked in graduate medical education consulting in numerous hospitals and academic medical organizations across the U.S. He has over 7 years of experience in higher education assessment and accreditation. Kevin earned an M.S. Degree in Organizational Psychology from Virginia Tech. His interests include both individual and program level assessment; use of technology in evaluation and feedback; productivity metrics in clinical teaching settings; and individual differences associated with resident performance. Kevin has presented research on testing and assessment at multiple national conferences. RVA is home to Kevin and he enjoys working with residents, especially in the high-energy/high opportunity academic and clinical environment of VCU’s EM Team.