David B.K. Golden, M.D., Allergy
Dr. Golden graduated from McGill University School of Medicine,
where he also completed his residency in internal medicine. He
pursued a fellowship training program in allergy-clinical
immunology at Johns Hopkins University, where he began a career
investigator pathway in insect sting allergy. He has published
many original research manuscripts as well as review articles and
Dr. Golden presents research seminars and continuing education
programs nationally and internationally. He also maintains an
active program of research studies on anaphylaxis, insect allergy
and venom immunotherapy, and is currently Associate Professor of
Medicine at Johns Hopkins University. He established a private
group practice in allergy-clinical immunology in Baltimore. Dr.
Golden has made a major commitment to education in his activities
with the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology, in
published reviews and lectures, and with an allergy-immunology
curriculum for medical residents in teaching community hospitals
in Baltimore. Dr. Golden is the Chief of the Allergy Division of
Internal Medicine at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center, and
is the Director of Allergy in the Department of Medicine at Sinai
Hospital in Baltimore.
Steven J. Mason, M.D., Cardiology
Dr. Mason earned his medical education at Harvard Medical School,
followed by a residency in internal medicine at Beth Israel
Hospital in Boston. After training in cardiology at Johns Hopkins
University, Dr. Mason served as an attending at Yale-New Haven
Hospital in Connecticut. Dr. Mason has been on staff at MedStar
Franklin Square since 1986, and is an Assistant Professor of
Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Stephen R. Selinger, M.D., F.C.C.P., Critical Care
Dr. Selinger graduated from the Johns Hopkins University School
of Medicine and Johns Hopkins Hospital Pulmonary & Critical
Care Fellowship. Dr. Selinger serves as Vice President of
Pulmonary & Critical Care Associates of Baltimore. He is also
an Assistant Professor of Medicine Johns Hopkins Hospital and
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of
Maryland School of Medicine. Dr. Selinger has been Director of
Critical Care at MedStar Franklin Square since 1995. He is the
recipient of Excellence in Teaching awards from MedStar Good
Samaritan Hospital, and Distinguished Attending of the Year
awards from MedStar Franklin Square's residency program. He also
serves on multiple hospital committees.
Marie Bellantoni, M.D., Endocrinology
After earning her medical degree at Johns Hopkins University in
Baltimore, Dr. Bellantoni did her residency training at the Case
Western Reserve Hospitals. Dr. Bellantoni completed a fellowship
in endocrinology and metabolism at Yale University, after which
she spent several years in private clinical practice. Dr.
Bellantoni accepted the position of Chief of Endocrinology in
1995. She has a special interest in metabolic disease of bone and
is a member of the Maryland State Task Force on Osteoporosis.
Mark P. Diamond, M.D., Gastroenterology
Dr. Diamond began his medical career at Ohio State Medical
School, followed by a residency in internal medicine at the
University Hospital of Cleveland. Dr. Diamond moved to Baltimore
to pursue a fellowship in gastroenterology at Johns Hopkins
University, after which he joined the staff at MedStar Franklin
Square Medical Center as Chief of Gastroenterology in 1982. Dr.
Diamond remains an Instructor in Medicine at Johns Hopkins
University where he maintains teaching responsibilities.
Marcos A. Wolff, M.D., Infectious Diseases
After receiving his medical degree from the Universidade Federal
do Parana in Brazil, Dr. Wolff relocated to Baltimore, where he
entered the internal medicine residency program at MedStar
Franklin Square. After completing a fellowship in infectious
disease at the University of Florida, Dr. Wolff returned to join
the staff at MedStar Franklin Square. Dr Wolff serves as a
teaching attending on the general medicine service, and became
Section Chief of Infectious Diseases in 2001.
William Waterfield, M.D., Medical Oncology
Dr. Waterfield graduated from Temple University School of
Medicine in 1972. After internal medicine residency, he completed
medical oncology fellowship at MD Anderson Hospital in Houston
and Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, PA. He is currently chief
of Medical Oncology in The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Cancer
Institute here at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center. His
main interests are in lung cancer, GI malignancies and melanoma.
He is principal investigator on numerous clinical trials in the
Cancer Institute. He is also board certified in hospice and
John E. Anderson M.D., Nephrology
Dr. Anderson received his medical school training at the Johns
Hopkins University School of Medicine, followed by residency
training in internal medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical
Center. After serving in the USPHS, he completed his fellowship
in nephrology at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. Dr.
Anderson has been on the staff at MedStar Franklin Square since
1986, and became Chief of Nephrology in 2004. He is an Assistant
Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of
Medicine. His research interests include chronic kidney disease
outcomes and daily home hemodialysis.
Martin J. Sheridan, M.D., F.A.C.P., F.C.C.P., Pulmonary Medicine
After completing his medical education at the University of
Maryland, Dr. Sheridan trained in internal medicine at Sinai
Hospital in Baltimore, where he also served a year as chief
resident. Dr. Sheridan completed a fellowship in pulmonary
medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine as
well as a postdoctoral fellowship in Environmental Health Science
at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and Hygiene. Dr
Sheridan took on the role of Medical Director of Respiratory Care
Services at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center in 1983, and
has been Section Chief of Pulmonary Medicine since 1998. Dr.
Sheridan is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of
Medicine at the University of Maryland and Assistant in Medicine
at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Mark Reischer, M.D., Rehabilitation Medicine
After graduating from Wayne State University School of Medicine,
Dr. Reischer completed training in internal medicine at the Mount
Sinai Hospital in New York City and Sinai Hospital of Detroit. He
then completed a second residency in physical medicine and
rehabilitation at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the
Bronx. He is boarded in internal medicine, rehabilitation
medicine, electrodiagnostic medicine and pain. Dr. Reischer has
been at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center since 1981, and
has special interests in neuromuscular and pain diagnosis and