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- BS – Virginia Commonwealth University
- MD – University of Virginia
- Residency – University of Virginia
Dr. Edward Walsh graduated summa cum laude from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in Biology. He graduated from the University of Virginia School of Medicine where he served on the Admissions Committee. Ed completed his Emergency Medicine Residency training at the University of Virginia. He is currently practicing full-time in northern Virginia.
Ed currently serves as a faculty member at the James Madison University Physician Assistant program, lecturing in Emergency Medicine. Additionally, he has taught several undergraduate Biology courses at Germanna Community College. A lifelong learner himself, he is especially interested in medical education and preparing students for the challenges of medical school and beyond. He is quite familiar with the challenges non-traditional students can sometime encounter. Before his medical career, Ed was a former professional baseball player and is a two-time Ironman finisher. He is currently training for Ironman Arizona in 2018.
Dr. Walsh was an admissions committee member at University of Virginia School of Medicine
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- Dr. Katzen was on the admissions committee member at George Washington UniversityDr. Marinelli served on the University of California, Irvine Admissions CommitteeDr. Simon Bababeygy served on Stanford's Admissions Committee for 4 yearsDr. Aneja was a member of the Yale School of Medicine Admissions CommitteeDr. Jordan served on the admissions committee at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of MedicineDr. Sarkar was part of the admissions committee at Columbia University and an interviewer at NJMSDr. Frazier was a member of the UCLA School of Medicine Admissions CommitteeDr. Lipsit served on the admissions committee at VCUDr. Flick was a four year member of the admissions committee at UC Irvine School of Medicine and is a Flight Surgeon for the Army.Dr. Rao served as a member of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine admission committee.