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Our Fellows

  • Adolescent Medicine Fellow

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    Elizabeth Lawton, M.D., is a current Adolescent Medicine fellow at Children's National Hospital. She obtained her medical degree from Tulane University School of Medicine and completed pediatric residency at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, OH. Her clinical and scholarly interests include reproductive health and justice, heath equity and the social determinants of health, and health policy promoting adolescent health and access to care.

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    English

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    Natasha Ramsey, M.D., M.P.H., is a current Adolescent Medicine fellow at Children's National Health System since July 2019. She obtained her medical degree and masters in global public health from New York University School of Medicine. She completed her pediatric residency at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. She has been dedicated to serving disadvantaged populations and worked during residency to improve teen pregnancy rates in Western Kenya as part of the global health track. She remains committed to serving diverse populations as well as supporting the workforce pipeline of underrepresented minorities in medicine and public health. Her scholarly and clinical interests include reproductive health, family planning, HIV prevention and teen pregnancy prevention with a continued emphasis on the global adolescent community.

  • Adolescent Medicine Fellow

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    English

    Biography

    Nomi Sherwin, M.D., completed both her undergraduate degree and medical school at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. She moved to Indianapolis to complete her pediatric residency at Indiana University. She has a strong interest in global health, having worked as a medic in Israel prior to medical school and completing her research in the role of peer mentorship in keeping teens in HIV care in Kenya. Her scholarly and clinical interests include social justice medicine, ethics, the influence of culture on teenage identity and medical education.

  • Adolescent Medicine Fellow

    Languages Spoken

    English

    Biography

    Joseph Waters, M.D., is a Adolescent Medicine fellow at Children's National Hospital since July 2019. Born and raised in Selma, Alabama, he received a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition Science from Auburn University in 2011. War Eagle!!! He received his medical degree from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham (UAB) before graduating in 2019 from his pediatric residency training at Cohen Children’s Medical Center-Northwell Health in Long Island, NY. His clinical and research areas of interest include working to address social determinants of health and improve the lives of sexual and gender minority youth. He is also very interested in medical education and advocacy and has served in leadership roles within the AAP and SAHM to continue these passions.