Congratulations to Katherine Wu, M.D. (’21), M.A., who was selected to guest-edit the AMA Journal of Ethics issue on Tactical Health and Law Enforcement, now published.
Dr. Wu contributed an editor’s note, “Public Health Calls for Changes in Police Practices,” to the February issue. Among the articles is one titled “Crisis Intervention Team Program Leadership Must Include Psychiatrists,” co-authored by two people with NEOMED affiliations: Mark Munetz, M.D., emeritus professor of the Department of Psychiatry, and Natalie Bonfine, Ph.D., an associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry.
Dr. Wu graduated from NEOMED with not only a medical degree but also a master’s degree in medical ethics and humanities from the College of Graduate Studies – a program directed by Julie Aultman, Ph.D., vice dean of the College of Graduate Studies. A preliminary internal medicine resident at OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Dr. Wu recently accepted a pre-Match offer to start as a second-year psychiatry resident at the University of Virginia.