About Me

I’m Isaac M. E. Dodd, MD, MPH, a resident physician. I’m a graduate of Howard University College of Medicine training in Internal Medicine which involves: advanced diagnostics and therapeutics, patient management, and acute and chronic care.

I received additional training in skills for clinical research (epidemiology, biostatistics, and clinical trials) from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. I’m considered a warm, kind, respectful, hard-working, and highly trained professional who is always eager to give patients the best care.

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Personal Information

Name
Isaac M. E. Dodd
Title
Resident Physician
Location
Batesville, AR

Additional Skills

Epidemiology & Biostatistics
Data Analysis, Interpretation, Stata/R
Research Study Skills
Software Engineering

Education

Formal Education & Training

Graduate

Johns Hopkins School of Public Health (JHSPH)

Degree: Master of Public Health (MPH) Candidate

Graduate of the MPH program at JHSPH. Customized the degree to focus on Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Clinical Trials, and Informatics.

Medical School

Howard University College of Medicine (HUCM)

Degree: Doctor of Medicine (MD)

Joined the legacy of physicians who trained at Howard University College of Medicine (HUCM), which was established in 1868.

Graduate

USF Morsani College of Medicine Graduate School

Degree: Master of Science, Medical Sciences

Received high-level training in medical sciences at the graduate school of USF Morsani College of Medicine.

Experience

Medical Practice Internship

Roles: Intern, Researcher, Senior Clinical Software Engineer/Medical Device Developer

This private practice internship with Orthopedic Injury Manavement, Inc. (OIM), provided experience in clinical software development, medical device development, and research associated with new advances in physical medicine and spinal motion.

Undergraduate

University of South Florida (USF)

Degree: Bachelor of Science (BS), Biomedical Sciences

A bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Sciences involves a comprehensive overview of the basic sciences that underpin the medical sciences.

Attainment

Progress

Medical Training
Research Training
Residency Training

Languages

English native/fluent
French basic
German fair

Other Interests

  • Conferences/Lectures
  • Health & Fitness
  • Public Health
  • Outdoors
  • Movies
  • Music
  • Reading/Writing
  • Community Service
  • Technology

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Publications

Gillum, R. F., Ngwa, J. S., Dodd, I. M. E., & Obisesan, T. O. (2015). Memory difficulties and sitting screen time in the elderly. The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association, 11(4), Supplemental P452. Elsevier BV. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jalz.2015.06.457
Dodd, I. M. E. (2009). Systematic management of research data using a relational DBMS. Seventh Annual Raymond J. Castle Student Research Conference, University of South Florida (USF), Tampa, FL.
Dodd, I. M. E., Razjouyan, F., Rowe, J., Basam, M., Islam, N., Bryant, B., Colo, S., Yarl, W., Crichlow, S., Mercado, O., Nakata, J., Sartip, K., Kim, H. Y., & Davis, B. (2015). Challenges in imaging of carotid artery stenosis. Radiology Update for Clinicians, 2015.
Rowe, J. S., Basam, M., Islam, N., Bryant, B., Dodd, I. M. E., Colo, S., Yarl, W., Crichlow, S., Mercado, O., Nakata, J., Sartip, K., Kim, H. Y., & Davis, B. (2015). Challenges in imaging of carotid artery stenosis. Proceedings of the  Howard University Research Symposium 2015, c2015, 182. http://researchweek.howard.edu/public/documents/Research-Day-Abstract-Book%202015.pdf
Gillum, R. F., Ngwa, J. S., Dodd, I. M. E., Solomon, R., & Obisesan, T. O. (2015). Memory difficulties and sitting screen time in the elderly. Proceedings of the  Howard University Research Symposium 2015, c2015, p.23. http://researchweek.howard.edu/public/documents/Research-Day-Abstract-Book%202015.pdf
Dodd, K. D., Solomon, R., Dodd, I. M. E., Obisesan, T. O., & Gillum, R. F. (2015). Sitting screen hours and c-reactive protein in a national sample. Proceedings of the  Howard University Research Symposium 2015, c2015, 170. http://researchweek.howard.edu/public/documents/Research-Day-Abstract-Book%202015.pdf
Basam, M., Menon, R., Tanksley, C., Dodd, I. M. E., Bacon, L., Duerinckx, A., & Donekal, S. (2015). Coronary artery disease: a review of world  literature reveals ethnic disparities in detection, treatment, and  outcomes. Proceedings of the  Howard University Research Symposium 2015, c2015, 77. http://researchweek.howard.edu/public/documents/Research-Day-Abstract-Book%202015.pdf
Gillum, R. F., Dodd, K., & Dodd, I. M. E. (2016). Religion and screen hours in a US national sample. Social Science Research Network. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2825157
Dodd, I. M. E., & Powell, E. W. (2016). Racial/ethnic health disparities  in neonatal screening for congenital heart disease: A review of the  literature. Unpublished Manuscript.