About Us

Here’s the team that’s making this project happen!


Adam Thomas

Along with Chris, I started this project to fill the obvious gap in current FOAMed.  I’m a true podasting supporter, and find its the best way I learn.  Currently a PGY4 in the FRCP program here at the University of British Columbia.


Chris Lipp

One of the founding Fathers.  This beauty of a human being is one of the first emergency medicine residents in Victoria, British Columbia.  When he isn’t out on one of his accidental 20km runs, you can find him in the trauma bay.


Tristan Jones

PGY3 by day, early 90s style hacker by night. We had to give this Emergency Medicine Resident from UBC a job, or else he would shut down our website faster than anonymous taking down Donald Trump.


Justin Roos

This resident is rarely found in the hospital. More often you can find him summiting an island 6000er, hanging ten in Tofino, or charging the triple black downhill runs at Hartland. Once in a while he can be lassoed into lending his smooth soprano to the podcast.


Andrew Guy

If it wasn’t for this top notch beaut, who is just finishing up medical school in Vancouver, British Columbia, then the podcast would be filled with just our boring banter…

Ross Prager MMU

Ross Prager

Originally hailing from Victoria, Ross is a medical student in Vancouver with a keen interest in acute care medicine and medical education. When not consuming all things #FOAMed, he can be found hiking, kayaking, or skiing, or pretending to be cultured by playing piano and singing. He also is an avid racket-sportsman, and occasionally (especially during exams) wishes he pursued professional badminton.

Nathan Stefani

Nathan Stefani 

If you can’t find this slick, senior medical student in the trauma bay, then head out to the nearest break.  He’ll be there shredding it up. Or… he’s limping home with his 4th bike crash this year.



Riley Golby 

Riley is probably making coffee right now, but during his down time he is a third year medical student in Vancouver at the University of British Columbia. He is passionate about optimizing medical education and being part of CrackCast is an exciting, practical way for him to continue doing this. He hopes all learners in medicine can find solid clinical mentors early because they might be surprised at how their talents become exponentially expanded.


Currently we’re recruiting people to help with:

  • mixing and editing the podcast recordings

If you’re interested in contributing or have any suggestions/comments our email is: crackcast.org AT gmail DOT com