Frank Dicker, MD
Frank is from small-town Tennessee. He completed his undergraduate education at the University of Tennessee and his medical education at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. Following graduation, he entered the U.S. Army as an Active Duty Physician and completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia in a military-civilian partnership program. Following residency, he served as the Flight Surgeon for the Special Operations Aviation Training Battalion for 3 years and then spent a year as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of North Carolina in a military-civilian partnership while attached to a Forward Surgical Resuscitation Detachment. His academic interests include critical care toxicology, alcohol withdrawal, and illicit substance para-intoxicants. Outside of work he enjoys mountain biking, skiing, breweries, and being outdoors.
Alexander Lazar, MD
Michael Semple, DO
Dr. Michael Semple grew up outside Denver, CO. He attended the University of Colorado at Boulder for his undergraduate studies majoring in biochemistry and minoring in chemistry and history. Afterwards he went to medical school at ATSU Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, then completed emergency medicine training in Detroit, MI at Beaumont Farmington Hills hospital. He worked in underserved community hospitals in St. Louis for a year prior to returning to training and starting Toxicology fellowship here at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Originally Michael’s interests in toxicology started in undergrad while obtaining his biochemistry degree, now his interests have blossomed towards plant and mushroom toxicology…as well as corny jokes. Away from the hospital Michael enjoys any activity in the mountains, especially skiing and hiking. In addition, he plays hockey weekly, after which he regales anyone in the office that’s willing to listen about how he put the puck “up top where momma keeps the peanut butter” (we aren’t sure what he is talking about).