Dr. Doni on the AMSA Future Physicians Panel, October 15th

(BALTIMORE, MD) – October 12, 2011  The Baltimore Empowering Future Physicians Conference designed by the American Medical Student Association (AMSA) has announced that Dr. Doni Wilson, N.D., a naturopathic doctor from Stamford, Connecticut, has been selected to speak on a panel at the annual conference being held at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Now in its 61st year, the AMSA convention is expecting hundreds of future physicians for the three-day event, October 14-16 in Baltimore, Maryland. Dozens of sessions are planned in areas including career and professional development, advocacy, public health, international health and premedical.

Dr. Wilson, who holds a doctorate in naturopathic medicine as well as two bachelor’s degrees in pre-medicine and nutritional science, will speak on a panel which will discuss the struggles doctors face, experiences in medical school, and how to treat patients with various conditions. That panel will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2011 at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. 

“I am so proud to be part of a panel that is helping educate physicians who are shaping the future of medicine,” Wilson stated.  

The American Medical Student Association is the oldest and largest independent association of physicians-in-training in the United States. Founded in 1950, AMSA continues its commitment to improving medical training and the nation’s health. AMSA members are medical students, premedical students, interns, residents, and practicing physicians.

“AMSA’s convention provides future physicians the opportunity to broaden their learning beyond the classroom and to take steps toward becoming socially responsible physicians and leaders in medical education and health care,” says John Brockman, AMSA national president.

Media Information
Members of the media are welcome to attend all AMSA convention events. Media must check in at the AMSA registration booth for complimentary press credentials. For more information, contact Kim Cunningham, AMSA Director of Public Relations, at (781) 223-4042 or pr@amsa.org.  


Dr. Doni Wilson has a doctorate in naturopathic medicine from Bastyr Univeristy. For the past twelve years, she has focused her research on women’s health issues, specifically menopause and natural hormones, as well as adrenal maladaptive syndrome and food intolerances.  She is a professional midwife and doula and has completed research on fear and stress associated with childbirth in women with a history of abuse. She is currently the President of the New York Association of Naturopathic Doctors and is licensed to practice in Connecticut and Washington State.


A Look at Integrative Medicine panel will be held in the Armstrong Medical Education Building Room 402 on Saturday, October 15 at 3:30pm. The Armstrong Medical Education Building is located between N. Broadway and N. Caroline Street.


Contact: Dr. Doni Wilson  631.682.9190


Share this Post:

1 Comment

  1. What is Photovoltaic Panels

    There is much different opinion in the press and the solar industry solar photovoltaic (PV). There are a number of scholarships available in the government and some local government incentives. Historically, the use of photovoltaic solar panels and has…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Post comment

MTHFR Reset 3-week Program
Say Goodbye to HPV 12-week Program
Dr. Doni Social Media
Popular Posts
Recent Podcasts
New Book - Order Today!

Master your Stress Reset your Health

Release. Rebalance. Restore.
Simple Practices for Shifting from your State of Stress to your Flow and Freedom
Master Your Stress, Reset Your Health by Dr. Doni Wilson



Order Now!
More from Dr. Doni

Related Posts

Stress eating help from Dr. Doni, naturopathic doctor: Healthy steps you can take now to break the cycle of stress eating.

How to Stop Stress Eating

Stress eating is common when experiencing chronic stress, but there are proven, simple strategies to help handle stress in the moment. Dr. Doni lays out the the healthy steps you can take now to break the cycle of stress eating.

Dr. Susan Cucchiara talks about trauma recovery and the many forms of therapy to help get to the core of trauma and help the nervous system heal.

Trauma Recovery with Dr. Susan Cucchiara (Episode 108)

If we don’t know what is making us feel stuck or sick, we could be experiencing physical and emotional pain without realizing there is something we can do to change it. Dr. Susan Cucchiara talks about the many forms of gentle therapy for trauma recovery.

There are 5 "stress types" based on your body's cortisol levels. Once you know your stress type, you can strategically start to resolve your health concerns.

Know Your Stress Type with Dr. Doni (Episode 107)

There are 5 “stress types” based on your body’s cortisol levels. Once you know your stress type, you can strategically start to resolve your health concerns, prevent the need for medications, and improve your longevity. 

Our culture of overdoing it to the point of burnout has a costly price. See where you are on the list of scary stress symptoms.

Burned Out? See If You Have These Scary Stress Symptoms

Still feeling the need to earn more, do more, be more? Dr. Doni has some hard-hitting truths about stress, burnout, and our culture of overdoing it. And what you can do not just to function under stress, but to become resilient to stress.