Drugwatch expert contributors are specialists in their fields and come from a variety of backgrounds — from accomplished surgeons to people whose personal experience with drugs and medical devices inspired them to advocate for others. They share Drugwatch's mission to educate the public and provide resources to consumers and their families.
Madris Tomes is a former FDA manager and the CEO of Device Events. She is passionate about using data to improve medical-device safety.
Certified nutritionist Rebecca Montrone often sees clients after prescription drugs negatively impact their health or fail to help them.
Physician assistant Sarah Salem-Robinson is an LMS survivor who advocates against power morcellators.
Pharmacist Mireille Hobeika works to inform patients about what to expect from medications and improve doctor-patient relationships.
Certified paralegal and patient advocate Tess Schulman spreads awareness about defective medical devices like Essure birth control.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Alexander Bingham uses talk therapy and somatic psychotherapy to treat mental distress.
Dr. Christopher Walker is an urogynecologist and surgeon who treats complications of pelvic mesh.
Located in California, Dr. E. Scott Sills specializes in Essure removal, fertility surgery and IVF.
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