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Preventive Medicine and Public Health

Sexually Transmitted Disease Controller

Human Trafficking
ACA and Its Effects on Physicians and Consumers
HPV, Abnormal Paps, Vaccine and Cervical Cancer
Contraception and New Developments
Vaccine Preventable Disease- Herpes 2, Shingles Zoster and Preventable Cervical Cancer

Associate Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health

MRSA and Other Superbugs


Clinical Professor of Medicine
Professor of Public Health

Biological Weapons and Biowarfare
Medical Emergency Preparedness
The Future of Healthcare
Sexually Transmitted Disease
Emerging Infections
Ebola Virus


Chair and Associate Professor, Global Health Department

Global Maternal & Child Health
Global HIV & AIDS
Family Planning & Reproductive Health
HIV/AIDS Update for the PCP


Director, PharmedOut
Associate Professor of Physiology and Biophysics
Department of Family Medicine
Georgetown University School of Medicine

The Physician – Pharma Relationship
Herb-Drug Interactions
Herbs: Indications and Clinical Concerns
Dietary Supplements and Herbs: Risks and Benefits
Herbs: Adverse Effects and Interactions
Alternative Therapies for Menopausal Symptoms: Evidence and Risks
Herbs and Pregnancy
Herbs and Womens Health
Phytoestrogens and Natural Hormones: Evidence and Risks
Introduction to Herbal Medicine
Complementary and Alternative Cancer Therapies
Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use in Breast Cancer Survivors
Alternative Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease
Neurology and Alternative Medicine
Alternative Therapies and Pain
Complementary Therapies in Palliative Medicine
Rheumatology and Alternative Medicine
Weight Loss and Complementary Medicine
Herbs and Pediatrics
Methodological Issues in Alternative Medicine Research
The Medicalization of Prevention
The Medicalization of Womens Health
Menopause and Perimenopause: Myths and Facts


Professor of Medicine
Duke University Health System

Resiliency & Stress Hardiness
Resiliency for Primary Care Physicians
Membership Based Primary Care:- Start Up
Lifestyle Medicine
Health Behavior Change: How to Make It Happen


Chief, Medical Genetics
Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics

Personalized Medicine and Genetics
Advances in Prenatal Diagnosis
Congenital Disorders of the Urinary Tract
Genetics of Cystic Fibrosis
Genetics of Congenital Heart Defects
Unraveling DNA: Basics of Genetics
Will It Hurt My Baby? Understanding Teratogens
Gene Therapy
Expanded AFP Program
Population Screening for Genetic Conditions
Basics of Genetics and Nontraditional Patterns of Inheritance
Advances in Genetics
Microdeletion Syndromes
Cancer Genetics: Breast and Ovarian
Genetics for Primary Care Providers
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis
Genetic Testing
Genetics of Infertility
Evaluation of Birth Defects
Advances in Newborn Screening
Cloning: Potential for the Practice of Medicine
Genetic Aspects of Advanced Reproductive Technology
Will It Hurt My Baby? Update on Medication Use in Pregnancy


Director, Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship
Co-Director, Gambling Studies Program
Professor of Psychiatry

E- Cigarettes
Pathological Gambling: The Hidden Addiction
Pharmacotherapy of Pathological Gambling
Evidenced-based Treatments for Addictive Disorder
Addiction Risks of Prescribed Narcotics
The Use and Abuse of Narcotics

Outstanding, practical speaker! – Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower

Director, Preventive Medicine Residency
Clinical Associate Professor of Epidemiology
University of Michigan School of Public Health

Electronic CigarettesÊand Smoking Cessation

Eden V. Wells, MD, MPH, FACPM, is Clinical Associate Professor, Epidemiology, and the Director for the Preventive Medicine Residency at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Board-certified in both Internal Medicine and Preventive Medicine, her current activities involve curriculum development, teaching, and applied public health practice training within the preventive medicine program; current research and practice activities include work in disaster epidemiology, and development and evaluation of surveillance for emerging infectious disease threats. Dr. Wells was appointed as the Chief Medical Executive for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services on May 1, 2015. She serves Michigan citizens by providing professional medical leadership, expertise and coordination in addressing public health issues, workforce issues, and health policy development to the Department. Dr. Wells was with the Bureau of Epidemiology, Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH), serving as a medical consultant to the Bureau and as a medical epidemiologist from 2004-2011. Past MDCH activities included investigation of, and response to, public health incidents and outbreaks, as well as preparedness planning for potential bioterrorism and pandemic influenza events. She completed medical school at The Ohio State University College of Medicine, internal medicine training at Vanderbilt University Hospitals, and a preventive medicine residency at the University of Michigan School of Public Health.

Assistant Professor of Toxicology
University of Connecticut School of Medicine

From Carpeting to Cosmetics: Chemical Risks in Consumer Products
Health Risks Associated with Pesticides in Parks, Lawns and Food Residues
Drinking Water and Public Health: What Doctors and Patients Should Know About Their Water Supply
Air Pollution as a Trigger for Asthma and Other Respiratory Disorders
All Fish Are Not Created Equal: The Risks and Benefits of Commonly Eaten Fish
Variants in Susceptibility Genes: Who is Most at Risk from Chemical Exposures
Childrens Risks from Exposures at Home and School
Carcinogens in Neighborhoods: Are Cancer Clusters Real?

Dr. Gary Ginsberg, Ph.D. is a toxicologist for the Connecticut Dept of Public Health and is on the faculty at Yale and the University of Connecticut Medical Schools. He assesses risks of chemicals in the home and outdoor environment and has published extensively in peer reviewed journals on the unique vulnerability of children and the elderly. He has served on three National Academy of Science panels and has testified before Congress. He is a featured guest on the Dr. Oz TV show based upon his 2006 book ÒWhats Toxic, Whats NotÓ, and appears every Saturday night on Dr. Michael Roizens ÒYou the Owners ManualÓ radio show.