BWFH experts in the news!

Providers from across Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital have been busy sharing their expertise in the media. Check out some of their recent clips!

Co-Director of the Center for Weight Management and Wellness Caroline Apovian, MD, FTOS

Emergency Medicine provider Eric Goralnick, MD, MS

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  • Dr. Goralnick, who is a United States Naval Academy graduate, was also honored at the Army vs. Navy football game at Gillette Stadium on December 9. He was recognized by Chevrolet, a game sponsor, for his service to military members, veterans and families and his emergency preparedness leadership during the Boston Marathon Bombing. Some of those initiatives include the Harvard Medical School Civilian Military Collaborative, which provides mentorship, lectures and social outings for military medical students; a partnership with Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences and Mass General Brigham to partner on research, education and workforce development; and a current initiative with Human Resources, the Department of Defense and the Massachusetts Executive Office of Veterans Affairs to recruit veterans for health care careers. Dr. Goralnick also coordinated a Hanukkah candle lighting ceremony with over 60 midshipmen, cadets and families with the Kraft family.

Director of the Men’s Health Center Martin Kathrins, MD

Breast surgeon Tari A. King, MD, FASCO

Section Chief of Cardiology Leonard LillyMD

Urological Surgeon Mark Preston, MD, MPH

Dermatologist Emily Ruiz, MD, MPH, from the Mohs and Dermatologic Surgery Center

Co-Director of Center for Weight Management and Wellness Ali Tavakkoli, MD

Section Chief of Urology Quoc-Dien Trinh, MD 

Director of the Mohs and Dermatologic Surgery Center Abigail Waldman, MD

Clinical Director of the John R. Graham Headache Center Shuhan Zhu, MD

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