StatPearls believes that content is king, and that content should be shared in order to better medical education worldwide.

Started as an academic teaching project in 2014, StatPearls has grown into the largest library of medical education in the world. More than 7,600 medical authors and editors have published more than 8,500 peer-reviewed PubMed indexed articles covering every specialty in healthcare.

Along with each article are multiple-choice questions with teaching points, giving us a library of more than 80,000. These questions were thenmatched to the content outlines for 520 board and certification exams in healthcare, covering every specialty we are aware of. This effort by thousands ofspecialty and sub-specialty experts has made StatPearls the most comprehensive review resource available.

We believe that the expertise of our authors and editors should be shared as broadly as possible, and at the lowest-possible cost. We use our platforms to offer learning opportunities for individual practitioners, schools, and hospital systems around the world.

Our mission is to use data and analytics to create the largest, most comprehensive, and continuously updated library of peer-reviewed medical content for the benefit of practitioners globally.

Steve Hauber

Steve Hauber is President and co-founder of StatPearls publishing. Steve has a long history in media and healthcare. As the founder and creator of, and CE Direct, he helped educate millions of healthcare professionals over ten years. He has more than 30 years of experience with launching large-scale digital businesses, helping them grow at a rapid pace.

Scott Dulebohn

Scott Dulebohn, MD is Chief Publishing Officer, Director of Continuing Education, and co-founder of StatPearls publishing. Dr. Dulebohn has dedicated his life to providing innovative ways to educate health professionals worldwide. He is the co-founder of several international teaching projects including eMedicine, Boston Medical Publishing and PearlsReview, all of which have assisted millions of health professionals in preparing for and passing board and certification exams worldwide. He completed his residency training in Neurological Surgery at the University of Illinois College of Medicine and is Board Certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgery. He is an Associate Professor of Surgery at ETSU and has served as Chief of Surgery at JCMC, and Chair of the MSHA Physician Council on Clinical Excellence. He is a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Congress of Neurological Surgeons, CNS/AANS Joint Section on Pain and Spine, the Tennessee Medical Association, and the American Council of Physician Executives.