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Mark A. Young, MD, MBA, FACP
Johns Hopkins
MD
Dr. Young is a member of the Practical Pain Management Editorial Board.

About Mark A. Young, MD, MBA, FACP

Mark Young, MD, MBA, FACP, is a practicing academic physician and international lecturer who has shared his knowledge of pain, physical medicine & rehabilitation (PM&R), neurologic rehabilitation, and international exchange with lay and scientific audiences internationally. Dr. Young has served as chair of the International Society of PR&M (ISPRM) Faculty-Student Exchange Committee, an organization responsible for placing rehabilitation professionals in educational and humanitarian rotational opportunities. Dr. Young has edited several scholarly volumes including Conservative Management of Spine Pain and Spinal Rehabilitation (Hanley & Belfus Publishers) and PM&R Secrets (Elsevier Publishers) editions 1-3. His lectures on Pain and the Musculoskeletal System: A Tale of Two Genders, based on his best-selling book Women and Pain (Hyperion 2002) have earned acclaim from scientific as well as lay audiences.

Dr. Young has served as keynote speaker on pain, rehabilitation, neurology, gender, segmental sensitization and pain mechanisms in many different venues including the Women’s Health Congress in Hilton Head, The Illinois State Annual Women’s Health Conference, The International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) in Sydney, Australia, and the ISPRM (Prague, Brazil, Israel Portugal and Korea), to name a few. Dr. Young has authored articles, abstracts and reviews that have appeared in a diverse and prestigious array of journals including JAMA, The New York Times, New England Journal of Medicine and the Annals of Internal Medicine.

An academic physician and a humanitarian educator, Dr. Young earned his Medical Degree from the Chicago Medical School, served a residency at the Albert Einstein School of Medicine, joined the faculty of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and earned an MBA from the Johns Hopkins University.

Passionately dedicated to education and teaching, Dr. Young serves on the faculty of several residency training programs, including at Johns Hopkins University Medical School.

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