Faculty in the Media
Danielle Dooley, MD, assistant professor of pediatrics, spoke to Spectrum News for a segment about the impacts that media and technology have on children.
Catherine Bollard, MD, associate center director for translational research and innovation and professor of pediatrics spoke to Forbes about tumor infiltrating lymphocyte therapy.
Mary Alvord, PhD, adjunct associate professor of psychiartry and behavioral sciences, spoke to The Washington Post for an article about the anxiety that some children feel starting a new school year.
Nathaniel DeNicola, MD, assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology, spoke to The Washington Post for an article about the risks environmental toxins pose for pregnant women.
Andrew Choi, MD, assistant professor of medicine, spoke to TCTMD for an article about how physicians in cardiology and journals are using platforms like Twitter to keep up with the field of cardiology.
Daniel Z. Lieberman, MD, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, spoke to Good Morning Washington about digital media use and the development of ADHD in teenagers and why dopamine is the link.
Adam Friedman, MD, professor of dermatology, spoke to Today for an article about a teen who developed hookworm after being buried in the sand.
Billie Short, MD, professor of pediatrics, spoke to WTRF (Wheeling, West Virginia) about treatment of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome.
Zeina Saliba, MD, assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, spoke to Bustle for an article about the difference between an STI and a UTI.