MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL Highly motivated, achievement-oriented medical professional with diversified experience in leadership, community health, instruction, clinical research, wound care, and dermatology clinical trials/research. An effective communicator, solutions finder, and self-starter who performs well under pressure/time constraints.
Physician October 2014 to November 2015Live Well Medical Consultants, LLC － Savannah, Georgia
Perform comprehensive medical evaluations; obtain social security disability physicals; and report physical limitations for disability determination review for State of Georgia Disability Office.
Physician August 2010 to September 2013Morehouse School of Medicine － Atlanta, Georgia
American Cancer Society: Performed systematic literature review on the human papillomavirus vaccine and its efficacy as related to the prevention of anal cancer.
This review would assist in guiding ACS guideline recommendations for HPV vaccine use for prevention of anal cancer.
Morehouse School of Medicine Prevention Research Center, Cancer Branch (PRC): Evaluated focus group data regarding Human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine use in males.
Analyzed these qualitative data using NVivo 9.0.
Submitted two abstracts that were accepted for presentation by the American College of Preventive Medicine (ACPM) and the American Public Health Association (APHA).
Caduceus Occupational Medicine: Performed patient direct care with attention to occupational and environmental risk factors.
Performed pre-employment and employment clearance physicals.
Assessed, managed and provided follow-up care for occupation-related injuries which included ordering appropriate diagnostic tests/studies, interpreting results and making recommendations for care.
Provided patient education regarding test results, treatment plan, medication, work restrictions, and recommended preventive health care.
Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry (ATSDR), Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC): Developed study protocol in conjunction with ATSDR to evaluate medical residents' ability to correctly certify deaths before and after training.
Additional tenet of study was to determine if an evidence based model for training medical residents in death certification should be implemented within residency training.
Genesis Shelter, Community Advanced Practice Nurses, Inc.
CAPN): Performed direct patient care, including pediatric, women's health, and general adult medical care.
Obtained medical histories and physicals.
Assessed, managed, and provided follow-up and referrals for continued care.
Provided patient education regarding treatment plan, medication and recommended preventive health care.
Physician July 2008 to June 2010Morehouse School of Medicine － Atlanta, Georgia
Supervised patient care.
Obtained medical histories and physicals.
Planned and directed patient treatment.
Performed diagnostic tests and surgical procedures.
Managed ventilator support.
Experience in critical care, general surgery, oncology, trauma, vascular, interventional radiology, otolaryngology, breast surgical services.
Provided patient education for treatment plan, medication, and preventive healthcare.
Physician/Clinical Research Fellow July 2008 to June 2010Wake Forest University － Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Assisted with daily execution of clinical trials.
Functioned as Sub-Investigator in most studies.
Drafted and assisted with study protocol and informed consent development.
Performed research assessments.
Obtained and reviewed study guidelines.
Tracked information via computerized and written sources.
Assisted with building of research teams.
Functioned as liaison with study sponsors.
Logged project actions into institutional database.
Participated in sponsor site visits and investigator meetings.
Doctorate of Medicine : 2013Morehouse School of Medicine － Atlanta, GeorgiaArea of study Healthcare Administration, Management, and Policy
Bachelor of Arts : Chemistry Biology, 1993University of Tennessee at Chattanooga － Chattanooga, TennesseeChemistry Biology
State of Georgia Medical Board: #047872
Department of Community Health and Preventive Medicine
Department of Surgery
Department of Dermatology
Young, TA, Martin, N, Haynes, V, Onyeabor, S, Brantley, K, Reese, L. Healthcare Provider Perceptions Regarding Knowledge, Attitudes and Awareness of HPV, HPV Related Diseases and the HPV Vaccine in African American and Hispanic Adolescent Males and Their Caregivers. American College of Preventive Medicine Annual Conference, Orlando Florida, February 2012.
*American Cancer Society Cancer Prevention & Control Poster Winner
Young, TA, Fleischer, AB, Freedman, B, Camacho, F, Kaur, M, Clark, AR, Fountain, J, Williams, L, Feldman, SR, Yosipovitch, G. A pramoxine-based anti-itch lotion is more effective than a control lotion for the treatment of uremic pruritus in adult hemodialysis patients. Journal of Dermatological Treatment. 2008 Sep 24:1-5.
Agency, Cancer, clinical trials, critical care, database, focus, meetings, Office, Occupational Medicine, oncology, patient care, direct patient, patient treatment, Public Health, radiology, Research, surgery, surgical services, trauma, treatment plan, vaccine, written