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BS, Biology, College of William and Mary MD, Medicine, Eastern Virginia Medical School MS, Healthcare Ethics, Creighton University
Internship, Mary Imogene Bassett HospitalResidency, Family Practice, University of Iowa
Advanced Cardiac Life Support CertifiedAdvanced Pediatric Life Support CertifiedAdvanced Trauma Life Support CertifiedMedical License, State of IowaMedical License, State of New YorkMedical License, State of WyomingFamily Practice
Family Practice Examination and Board Review.
International Medical Student Rotations: Ethical and Emotional Dilemmas.
Journal of Global Health Perspectives.
2012. Graber M,
Internet Crowdsourcing and Research Ethics-the Case for IRB Review. Journal of Medical Ethics. .
Black, White or Green: ”Race”, Gender and Avatars within the Therapeutic Space.
BMJ Medical Humanities.
2011. Graber M.
The overlapping roles of the Rural Doctor.
Virtual Mentor (AMA Ethics Journal).
2011. Graber M,
Get your paws off my pixels; do avatars have a right to bodily integrity.
Journal of Internet Medical Research.
2010. Katz D,
Health beliefs toward cardiovascular risk reduction in patients admitted to chest pain observation units.
2009 May. 16(5):379-87.
Wetware, game theory, and the golden rule.
Am J Bioeth.
2008 May. 8(5):30-1.
Answering clinical questions in the ED.
Am J Emerg Med.
2008 February. 26(2):114-7.
Dyspnea in the Emergency Department.
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