I’m Isaac M. E. Dodd, MD, MPH, MS, a physician trained in Internal Medicine which involves: advanced diagnostics and therapeutics, comprehensive patient management, and acute and chronic care. I received my MD from Howard University College of Medicine, and I trained in Internal Medicine at White River Health System. 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 a hospitalist in the Department of Medicine at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. I’m considered a warm, kind, respectful, hard-working, and highly trained professional who is always eager to give patients the best care.
Completed the residency program in Internal Medicine. White River Health System offers rigorous training at a top 100 rural hospital, White River Medical Center.
Graduate of the MPH program at JHSPH. Customized the degree to focus on Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Clinical Trials, and Informatics.
Joined the legacy of physicians who trained at Howard University College of Medicine (HUCM), which was established in 1868.
Received high-level training in medical sciences at the graduate school of USF Morsani College of Medicine.
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.
A bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Sciences involves a comprehensive overview of the basic sciences that underpin the medical sciences.