Hepatitis C ECHO

Hub Team

Kaitlyn Jarrell, PharmD, BCPS, AAHIVP

Kaitlyn Jarrell

Clinical Pharmacist | Indiana University Health

Dr. Kaitlyn Jarrell is an HIV clinical pharmacist at Indiana University Health LifeCare Clinic; she also provides pharmacy support to the IU Health Physicians Infectious Disease clinic at University Hospital. She earned her pharmacy degree from the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) in 2018 and completed her residency training at IU Health in 2020. Before she transitioned to LifeCare, Kaitlyn was the primary HCV clinical pharmacist with IU Health Advanced Therapies Pharmacy for two years.

Paul Kwo, MD

Paul Kwo

Professor of Medicine and Director of Hepatology | Stanford University

Dr. Kwo is currently professor of medicine and director of hepatology at the Stanford University Medical Center where he joined the faculty in November 2016. Before joining the faculty at Stanford, he was at Indiana University Health for 21 years where he served as the medical director of liver transplantation. He has distinguished himself in the field of Hepatitis C therapeutics and has been the principal investigator on multiple international trials. He recently authored the ACG Clinical Guideline: Evaluation of Abnormal Liver Chemistries.

Amy Mackey, MD

Amy Mackey

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine | IU School of Medicine

Dr. Amy Mackey is an internist with Eskenazi Medical Group in Indianapolis, practicing primary care at the West 38th Street Health Center. She received her MD from Indiana University in 2004, then completed her residency at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis in 2007. She takes a special interest in serving an underserved population and engaging patients from many different cultures.

Howard Masuoka, MD, PhD

Howard Masuoka

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine | IU School of Medicine

Dr. Howard C. Masuoka specializes in gastroenterology for IU Health Physicians Gastroenterology. Dr. Masuoka earned his medical degree from the University of Alabama School of Medicine and returned there for an internship and residency. He also completed a fellowship at Mayo Medical School.

Kris Roehling, BS, CHW

Kris Roehling

Team Lead | Step-Up, Inc.

Kris Roehling has decades of experience as a recovery coach and human rights advocate. She joined the re-entry team of Step Up in March 2020 and has worked to expand access to treatment for hepatitis C and harm reduction services.

Kris is passionate about integrated, person-centered models of care and justice, including syringe access, overdose reversal, harm reduction, and housing first. She became involved with the HCV ECHO when she initiated the position of Hepatitis C care coordinator at Step-Up in 2020.

Chris Steinmetz, MD

Chris Steinmetz

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine | Indiana University School of Medicine

Chris Steinmetz is a co-facilitator of the Hepatitis C ECHO program and a full-time primary care physician with Eskenazi Medical Group in Indianapolis. Chris joined the Hepatitis C ECHO as a spoke in early 2018 so he could treat the many Hepatitis C patients in his practice that were going without curative therapy. He joined the Hub Team in April 2020. Chris has assisted providers and other ECHO learners as they participate in the Hepatitis C ECHO and start treating patients on their own.

Brittany Wynn, MSW

Brittany Wynn

Medical Case Manager | Eskenazi Health

Brittany Wynn joined Eskenazi Health's Clinical Public Health Program in 2017 as an HIV/HCV point-of-care tester in the emergency department. After graduating with her master of social work in 2020, Brittany moved into the role of medical case manager. Brittany monitors patients tested for HCV in the emergency department through grant-funded BPA testing. She works to expand access to linkage to care efforts for patients living with Hepatitis C.