- Gloria Bowles-Johnson, MD
- Edward Hill, III, MD, JD
Edward Hill, III, MD, JD, is the President of The Forensic Medical Group in Washington, D.C.Dr. Hill has joined the law firm as its Medical Consultant and brings with him many years of experience in investigating medical-legal issues.Among his many academic accomplishments, Dr. Hill was the youngest physician in America upon his graduation from medical school in 1987.Before joining the law firm and establishing The Forensic Medical Group, Dr. Hill was a Founder and President of MEDLAW Consulting, Medical Liability Analysis and Hill & Associates.After he graduated from medical school, Dr. Hill realized the enormous contributions he could make in the field of legal medicine and obtained his law degree.Dr. Hill is widely recognized as an expert in medical-legal issues.He has taught and lectured extensively on medical malpractice issues, and currently serves as a medical consultant/investigator for the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine, the United Cerebral Palsy Association and other similar associations.
- J. DeWitt Webster, Ph.D., CHES
Dr. Webster is Assistant Professor in the GMU Department of Global and Community Health. He teaches courses in community health, health behavior theory, program planning, and international health. His research addresses culture and identity in the context of health behavior; program planning, implementation, and evaluation; and health promotion initiatives through community-based participatory research (CBPR) approaches. He has collaborated with UNAIDS, USAID, Africare, international foundations, federal and state ministries of health and NGOs on efforts around HIV/AIDS prevention and care, maternal and child health, and cancer prevention in Nigeria, South Africa and the United States. Dr. Webster earned his PhD in Biobehavioral Health from the Pennsylvania State University and his MPH in Community Health Education from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health. He also completed post doctoral training in CBPR at the University of Michigan School of Public Health through the W.K. Kellogg Community Health Scholar Program.
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