Camille Abboud, MD

Professor of Medicine

Acute and chronic leukemia, myeloproliferative disorders, lymphomas and stem cell transplantation, acute and chronic graft versus host disease.

Ramzi I. Abboud, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Leukemia, transplantation and cellular therapy.

Enyo Ablordeppey, MD, MPH

Associate Professor of Anesthesiology/Emergency Medicine

Dr. Ablordeppey’s research uses implementation science approaches to develop and modify implementation and de-implementation strategies in order to optimize health care delivery and avoid medical ...

Christopher D. Abraham, MD, PsyD

Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology

Stereotactic radiosurgery for benign and malignant conditions

Joanna Abraham, PhD

Associate Professor of Anesthesiology

Handoffs, Care transitions, decision making, health information technology, medication ordering

Philip M. Abraham, MD, MHA

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Within pediatric inpatients, finding ways to reduce costs, unnecessary diagnostics tests and treatment which can otherwise do harm.

Yousef Abu-Amer, PhD

Dr. J. Albert Key Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

Our research interests are focused on understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying inflammatory osteolysis. Human diseases such as erosive arthritis and aseptic loosening of ...

Nada A. Abumrad, PhD

Robert Atkins Professor of Medicine and Obesity Research

Our research identified the membrane protein CD36 as a high affinity receptor for long chain fatty acid (FA) and as a signaling protein that plays a key role in metabolic regulation. We recently ...

Joseph J. Ackerman, PhD

William Greenleaf Eliot Professor of Chemistry

Dr. Ackerman directs the Biomedical Magnetic Resonance Laboratory. BMRL investigators are focused on the development and application of magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) and imaging (MRI) for ...

Sarah D. Ackerman, PhD

Assistant Professor of Pathology and Immunology

The human brain is made of billions of neurons which form intricate circuits to allow us to think, feel, and move. Neural circuits are capable of activity-dependent changes in structure/function, ...