Lisa Richardson, MD

Vice Chair for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine (Practitioner)

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Overview

Lisa Richardson, MD, received her medical degree from Howard University College of Medicine. Richardson is certified in General Pediatrics from the American Board of Medical Specialties.

Richardson is a member of the Society of Adolescent Medicine, American Academy of Pediatrics, Association of Black Women Physicians, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Richardson is a current board member of the Alcoholism Center for Women (ACW), an incorporated 501(c)3 organization with a mission to provide a safe and supportive sober environment in which women and youth can repair, restore, and reclaim their lives.

She currently is the Vice-Chair of DEI for the Department of Family Medicine which is a position that energizes her as she strives to promote diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging through the principles of truth and justice, while building a community where every voice is heard, valued, and appreciated; where everyone can thrive.

Richardson also specializes in trans-care. Her pronouns are she, her, hers.

Publications

  • Trauma-informed measurement-based care for children: Implementation in diverse treatment settings Psychol Serv. 2020 Aug; 17(3):311-322. . View in PubMed
  • Quality of Life of Young Adult Survivors of Pediatric Burns Using World Health Organization Disability Assessment Scale II and Burn Specific Health Scale-Brief: A Comparison J Burn Care Res. 2015 Sep-Oct; 36(5):521-33. . View in PubMed
  • A high-fat diet supplemented with fish oil improves metabolic features associated with type 2 diabetes Nutrition. 2013 Sep; 29(9):1159-65. . View in PubMed
  • Impact of obesity on body image dissatisfaction and social integration difficulty in adolescent and young adult burn injury survivors J Burn Care Res. 2013 Jan-Feb; 34(1):102-8. . View in PubMed
  • The Niemann-Pick C1 gene is downregulated in livers of C57BL/6J mice by dietary fatty acids, but not dietary cholesterol, through feedback inhibition of the SREBP pathway J Nutr. 2012 Nov; 142(11):1935-42. . View in PubMed