Marc Mendelsohn, MD, MPH, FACEP
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Marc Mendelsohn, MD, was born and raised in the suburbs of New York. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in philosophy and biology from Brandeis University. After that, he spent three years working odd jobs and eventually matriculated at Stony Brook University School of Medicine, where he earned his MD. He trained in emergency medicine at NY Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn, a part of the NY Presbyterian System. Upon completion of his residency, he completed a health policy fellowship at George Washington University. While in his training years, Mendelsohn spent three years serving on the American Medical Association (AMA) Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs, where he was a part of the major update and reconfiguration of the Code of Medical Ethics. He worked as an attending physician in New York City for a year before landing at Washington University in Saint Louis in 2019. He is currently core faculty for the emergency medicine residency at WashU and serves as a Gateway Curriculum coach for WashU medical students. Dr. Mendelsohn is the vice-chair of the BJH Ethics Committee. He has also maintained interests in organized medicine and has had roles in the MSMA, ACEP, and MOCEP. He currently serves on the Governing Council for the Young Physicians Section at the AMA.