Ezekiel Richardson, MD

Specialty in Emergency Medicine

Certifications and training

Resident in Emergency Medicine, Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago

Violence Intervention Program Intern, Center for Injury Research and Prevention at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Ezekiel Richardson is a fourth-year medical student at UPenn, currently applying into Emergency Medicine. He completed an undergraduate degree with a concentration in health disparities at Stanford University. After graduation, he spent a year working in the Maryland Department of Health as a John Gardner Public Service Fellow. Between his third and fourth year of medical school, he completed multiple publications on public health and health accessibility through the Center for Emergency Care and Policy Research Fellowship. He has participated as a teaching assistant in anatomy, histology, and doctoring ethics courses at UPenn. Outside of medical school, he enjoys cooking, volunteering, and traveling in support of his partner’s work on girls’ education in Africa.

Education and training

2014 - 2018 - MD, University of Pennsylvania

2009 - 2013 - BA (Human Biology), Stanford University

Practice names

Resident in Emergency Medicine, Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago

Articles from Ezekiel Richardson, MD
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  • This article will review the symptoms, causes, and management of acute disseminated encephalomyelitis. Symptoms of the preceding illness include headache, fever, nausea, vomiting, or altered mental status, followed by the condition-specific symptoms of difficulty controlling limbs or eyes, trouble swallowing, speaking, or urinating, vision loss, spastic movements of the limbs, seizures, bleeding in the brain, as well as possible depression and psychosis.


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