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About Tamzin Rosenwasser
Currently writing an issues-focused nonfiction book on U.S. medical practice, Dr. Tamzin Rosenwasser has a career in medicine spanning two decades. She completed her M.D. at Washington University, where she earned recognition for her work in dermatology and neurology. Dr. Tamzin Rosenwasser subsequently undertook a research fellowship at the medical school’s Department of Biological Chemistry, with a focus on cellular signal proteins and lipoprotein structure.
Throughout much of the 1990s, Dr. Rosenwasser was an emergency room physician at St. Louis Regional Medical Center. She also undertook Social Security-related consultations and exams at Forest Park Medical Clinic. She has conducted her own medical practice, and her career experience also includes a number of locum tenens assignments at institutions such as the Dartmouth Hitchcock/Cheshire Medical Center in Keene, New Hampshire. She also has five years of experience with the Clarian-Arnett Physician Group in Lafayette, Indiana, as staff dermatologist.
Dr. Tamzin Rosenwasser has authored a number of opinion pieces on topics such as constitutionality, Medicaid, and government. These editorials have been featured in publications such as The Blaze, Modern Conservative, Center for Health Transformation, and many other venues.