Faculty in the Media
Nathaniel DeNicola, MD, assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology, spoke to Reuters for an article on a recent study suggesting that women undergoing fertility treatment who smoking marijuana would have more success if they quit.
Natasha Shur, MD, associate professor of pediatrics, spoke to WTOP about the convenience of telemedicine for patients.
Linda Fu, MD, associate professor of pediatrics, shared her five biggests for back-to-school for parents in an article for Northern Virginia Magazine.
Robert Turner II, PhD, assistant professor of clinical research and leadership, spoke to FOX Sports for an article discussing why NFL games attract such a large audience.
Charles Samenow, MD, MPH, associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, spoke to The Washington Post about dealing with the stress of returning to work after vacation.
Marie Borum, MD, MPH, professor of medicine, was mentioned in The Washington Post's coverage of the International Conference on Nutrition in Medicine. Borum presented at the conference on racial disparities in colorectal cancer deaths.
Lauren Nelson, MD, assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology, spoke to Well + Good for an article on the most commonly asked questions OB-GYNs get about periods.
Danielle Dooley, MD, assistant professor of pediatrics, spoke to Romper for an article on pediatrician recommened discipline strategies for toddlers and children.
Nathaniel DeNicola, MD, assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology, spoke to STAT for an article on technology and its role in pregnancy care.
Lawrence “Bopper” Deyton, MD ’85, MSPH, senior associate dean for clinical public health and Murdock Head Professor of Medicine and Health Policy, spoke to The Atlantic for an article on Whitman-Walker and the AIDS epidemic in Washington, D.C....