Bernhard Wiedermann, M.D., MA, is a specialist in pediatric infectious diseases. His research and clinical interests include: general pediatric infections such as Lyme disease, unexplained and recurrent fevers, malaria and other tropical diseases, bone and joint infections, medical education, distance learning and telemedicine and evidence-based medicine.
Dr. Wiedermann is author of an evidence-based medicine blog for the American Academy of Pediatrics called "Evidence eMended." He also serves on the data monitoring committee for research conducted via the National Institutes of Health Best Pharmaceuticals for Children Act and directs the pediatric infectious diseases fellowship program at Children’s National.
Dr. Wiedermann received his M.D. degree from Baylor College of Medicine and then completed a pediatric residency and chief residency at Texas Children’s Hospital, followed by a pediatric infectious diseases fellowship at the same institution. He earned a master’s degree in Educational Technology Leadership from The George Washington University School of Education and Human Development.
In addition to serving as Director of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program at Children's National, he is also a Professor of Pediatrics at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences.