Faculty in the Media
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.
Babak Sarani, MD, professor of surgery and of emergency medicine, spoke to Washington Business Journal for an article about the recent approval for a helipad at GW Hospital.
Kevin Pelphrey, PhD, director of the GW Autisum and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Institute, spoke to Spectrum about recent interest of investors in autism research.
Lenore Jarvis, MD, MEd, assistant professor of pediatrics, was quoted in an article from Romper about her new study that suggests women should be tested for postpartum depression in the emergency department.
James L. Griffith, MD, chair for the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, spoke to Voice of American for a segment about the suicide rate in the U.S.
Robert Shesser, MD, chair for the Department of Emergency Medicine, was quoted by NBC4 in an article about how to handle hot weather.
Elizabeth Tanzi, MD, associate clinical professor of dermatology, spoke to Allure for an article about the best sunscreens for summer use.