Meet Dr. Judy Stone
Judy Stone, MD, is the daughter of Hungarian Holocaust survivors and has a longstanding interest in genealogy and family history. She also is an infectious diseases physician and the author of Conducting Clinical Research: A Practical Guide, which has been adopted as a text throughout the country.
Stone had a busy solo, 100 percent ID practice in rural Cumberland, Maryland for twenty-five years and now works part-time as a locum tenens (substitute) physician.
She is a Forbes Pharma and Healthcare contributor and previously wrote the Molecules to Medicine column for Scientific American. Stone particularly likes writing about the overlap between medicine, politics, and social justice issues.