Feb  15, 2019

Adam CaccavanoFebruary 19, 2019 Adam Caccavano is a PhD candidate in neuroscience at Georgetown University, with a long-term career goal of conducting interdisciplinary studies into the mechanism underlying memory loss due to aging...Read More. Alana LeloOctober 19, 2018 Alana Lelo is a sixth-year M ... Read More

Anna Greenwald
Feb  27, 2017

She began her scientific career while studying psychology at the University of Goettingen, Germany (BS 2003, MS 2006). She obtained her PhD in experimental psychology from the University of Giessen, Germany, in 2009. Parts of her doctoral research were performed as a Visiting Scholar at the Universi ... Read More

Ihori Kobayashi
Sep  15, 2016

Ihori Kobayashi has been involved in research on posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) since the beginning of her doctoral training at Kent State University. Her clinical research interests include roles of sleep in the development of and recovery from PTSD, and nocturnal autonomic nervous system act ... Read More

Seble Kassaye
Sep  22, 2015

Seble Kassaye’s M.D., M.S., career  has been driven by her clinical experiences taking care of HIV-positive patients.  Her research interests in clinical and translational HIV research is primarily derived from a strong interest in increasing access to effective HIV prevention and treatment strategi ... Read More

Adeyinka O. Laiyemo, MD, MPH
Mar  02, 2015

Describe your research interests and how you chose this area of research. My research interest is colorectal cancer prevention and reducing colorectal cancer disparities among vulnerable populations. I chose this field because we do know that screening interventions do reduce mortality from colorect ... Read More

Tye Brown
Sep  05, 2014

Describe your research interests and how you chose this area of research. My research interests focus on understanding the impact of sleep disturbance on developmental trajectories of health outcomes particularly in inner city populations.  My current research projects examine the relationship betw ... Read More

Peggy Compton
Aug  20, 2013

Describe your research interests and how you chose this area of research. I’m very interested in the neurological and clinical overlap between pain and addiction, and the centrality of opioids in both. Opioids are not only powerful analgesics, but are a staple in the management of acute and chronic ... Read More

Brian T. Walitt, MD
Aug  07, 2012

Describe your research interests and how you chose this area of research. My research interest is perceptual illness. In these disorders, a person experiences a range of different bodily sensations, such as pain and fatigue, without any clear external cause. In some, these sensations can be bothers ... Read More

Robert E. Ratner, MD, FACP, FACE
Mar  21, 2012

Dr. Robert E. Ratner is Professor of Medicine at Georgetown University Medical School and Senior Research Scientist at the MedStar Health Research Institute in metropolitan Washington, DC.  He recently completed a sabbatical as a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellow, having served as ... Read More

Thomas Obisesan MD, MPH
Jan  03, 2012

Dr. Obisesan’s current research focus is on the disentanglement of the overlap of cardiovascular disease with Alzheimer’s disease risk, and finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Obisesan has received grant support from the National Institute of Health, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid, Har ... Read More

Jacqueline Jonklaas MD MPH PhD BSc
Jun  20, 2011

Dr. Jacqueline Jonklaas is an Associate Professor at Georgetown University in the Division of Endocrinology. She specializes in the treatment of thyroid disorders, including hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, and thyroid cancer. Involved in clinical care, teaching, and research in Endocrinology with a ... Read More