Dr. Malika Danner is Academic Director and Curriculum Developer of the Three-Week Anatomy & Physiology Academy at Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies.
She has an extensive background in teaching, biomedical research and applied clinical knowledge. Dr. Danner has spent over fifteen years teaching health and science, and served as a science instructor and mentor for the US Department of Education’s Upward Bound/TRIO summer programs in the Washington, DC area. Dr. Danner has also led workshops on topics including health, disease and nutrition for various organizations and learning institutions. Dr. Danner received a Master’s Degree in Microbiology and Immunology from Georgetown University in 2002. She subsequently worked for the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center for five years where she co-authored many publications in peer-reviewed journals for cancer research. In 2013, she earned a Doctorate of Medicine from Ross University School of Medicine in Dominica, WI. Dr. Danner currently works for MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, Department of Radiation Oncology, where she leads several clinical studies assessing Patient-Reported Outcomes of patients undergoing cancer treatment.
In addition to practicing medicine, Dr. Danner strives to be a leader and advocate for health education locally and globally and has volunteered for health mission projects in five countries in South America, Asia and Africa.
Dr. Lindsey DeGeorge is Curriculum Developer for the 3-Week Emergency Medicine Academy.
She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia and medical school at Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. She then completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at Georgetown University Hospital/Washington Hospital Center where she also served as chief resident. Dr. DeGeorge is now an attending physician in Emergency Medicine at Medstar Southern Maryland Hospital and an assistant professor of clinical emergency medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine.