Dr. EszterAmiMomade is a first year emergency medicine resident at KomfoAnokye Teaching Hospital (KATH). She was born in Veszprém, Hungary, and has lived in Ghana from the age of four. She trained at the School of Medical Sciences (SMS), Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) where she graduated in BSc. Human Biology (2006) and MB ChB (2009). She was awarded best student in child health in her class and also received the Forum of African Women Education (F.A.W.E.) certificate of merit for best female final year student in the KNUST College of Health Sciences for that year. Eszter worked as a House Officer in KomfoAnokye Teaching Hospital from 2009 to 2011 during which time she rotated through departments of surgery, internal medicine, paediatrics and obstetrics & gynecology. She has worked as a medical officer in Emergency Medicine in for two years, and recently passed the Ghana College entrance examination for the emergencymedicine residency program. Her principal interest is in children and she hopes to sub-specialize in pediatric emergency medicine in the future. She also has an interest in medical education. She has delivered lectures to colleague emergency medicine residents. She frequently provides didactic and opportunistic teaching to medical students and nursing staff. She is currently working on case study of Wernicke's encephalopathy in the emergency department."