Medical Advisory Panel

Medical Advisory Panel

 

  • Elizabeth Anderson, RN, BSN, GNP – Gerontological Nurse Practitioner
  • Edward Kilbane, MD – Psychiatry, Psychosomatic and Psycho-Oncology Medicine
  • Peter Mayne, MD – GP Dermatologist
  • Carsten Nicolaus, MD, PhD – Internal Medicine
  • Ginger Savely, DNP, MEd, FNP-C, ACN – Family Nurse Practitioner, Doctorate in Nursing Practice
  • Greg Smith, MD, FAAP – Pediatrician
  • Harold A. Smith, MD – Emergency Medicine
  • Amelia M. Withington, MD – Psychiatry, Neurology
  • Eboni Cornish, MD – Internal Medicine
  • James Schaller, MD, MAR – Psychiatry, Neurology
Elizabeth “Betsy” Anderson, RN, MS, GNP
Gerontological Nurse Practitioner
Edward Kilbane, MD
Department of Psychiatry Psychiatry, Psychosomatic and Psycho-Oncology Medicine Stanford University
Peter Mayne, MD
GP Dermatologist Medical Advisory Panel Laurieton NSW, Australia
Carsten Nicolaus, MD, PhD
Internal Medicine Augsburg, Germany
Ginger R. Savely, DNP, MEd, FNP-C. ACN
Family Nurse Practitioner, Doctorate in Nursing Practice Washington, DC
Greg Smith, MD, FAAP
Pediatrician Gainesville, GA
Harold A. Smith, MD
Emergency Medicine Bloomsburg, PA
Amelia Withington, MD
Psychiatry, Neurology Crozer-Chester Medical Center Upland, PA.
Eboni Cornish, MD
Internal Medicine
James Schaller, MD
Psychology and Neurology Naples, FL

The CEHMDF declares that Medical Panel participants serve to advise on their respective areas of expertise as it applies to Morgellons disease. They are not compensated financially or in any other way for this voluntary position, nor do they participate in any of the financial or other Board decisions of the CEHMDF.

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