Faculty in the Media
Neal Barnard, MD, adjunct associate professor of medicine, was quoted in the Daily Mail for an article about the impact of a vegan diet on athletes.
James Phillips, MD, assistant professor of emergency medicine, spoke to Washingtonian for an article about scooter safety and how to properly ride the District's many electric scooters.
A. Yasmine Kirkorian, MD, assistant professor of dermatology and of pediatrics, spoke to U.S. News & World Report for an article about hyperhidrosis.
Rosalyn Jurjus, MD, associate professor of anatomy and cell biology, spoke to NPR for a segment about the Human Cell Atlas.
Katherine Chiappinelli, PhD, assistant professor of microbiology, immunology, and tropical medicine, spoke to The Scientist about the connection between human endogenous retroviruses (HERVs) and diseases like ALS and multiple sclerosis.
Dr. Daniel Lieberman, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, was part of the group of experts at NBC4.
Monika Goyal, MD, assistant professor of pediatrics, spoke to U.S. News & World Report for an article about the spike in gun-related suicides and the concerns of pediatricians.
Michael Knight, MD, assistant professor of medicine, spoke to WAMU-FM about the impacts of mold on health.
Cynthia Tracy, MD, professor of medicine, spoke to Hearst TV for a segment about pacemakers and the potential for hacking these devices. The segment aired on WRTV (Indianapolis, Indiana).
Roberta DeBiasi, MD, professor of pediatrics and of microbiology, immunology, and tropical medicine, co-authored an article for STAT about acute flaccid myelitis, which causes sudden limb weakness and paralysis in children.