About Dr. Evans
Lauren Evans, M.D., joined the Department of Emergency Medicine as an Assistant Professor in 2019. She grew up in Norman, Oklahoma, and attended college at Tulane University where she graduated with a degree in Cell and Molecular Biology and a minor in History. She later attended medical school at the University of Oklahoma and completed her EM residency training at UAMS. While a resident at UAMS she developed an interest in mentorship and co-created the resident mentorship program. In 2019 she won the CDEM Resident Teacher Award.
Dr. Evans currently serves as the Assistant Program Director for the residency program. She also enjoys participating as faculty preceptor for the third-year resident teach rotation and as a POM 1 HPCL faculty preceptor. In 2021, she completed the ALIEM Faculty Incubator professional development program. Her main academic interests include mentorship, undergraduate and graduate medical education, and EM bound student advising. Outside of UAMS, she is active in Arkansas ACEP, where she currently serves as President, CORD, and SAEM.
Dr. Evans' Academic Background
- Department of Emergency Medicine
- Assistant Professor
Education and Training
- Medical School
- University of Oklahoma College of Medicine
- University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences