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Andrew J. Erickson, MD

General Surgeon

Andrew Erickson, MD  joined Copley’s medical staff in February 2020.  Dr. Erickson has his own private practice in Waterbury, VT.

Affiliations

Diplomate, American Board of Surgery

Education & Clinical Experience

General Surgery Residency, Medstar Washington Hospital Center, Washington DC; 2011
Medical Degree, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA; 2006
Fellowship in Anatomic Pathology; University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA; 2003
Bachelor of Science, Physics; University of Washington, Seattle, WA; 1999

Present; Andrew Erickson, MD, PLC – General Surgeon, Endurance Sports Physiology Consultant
Medical Staff Member: Copley Hospital and Green Mountain Surgery Center, Colchester

2014-Present; Weatherby Healthcare, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Locum tenens General Surgeon: Porter Medical Center, Middlebury, VT and Quincy Valley Medical Center, Quincy, WA

2015-2018; Gifford Medical Center, Randolph, VT; General Surgeon

2013-2014; Mid-Valley Hospital, Omak, WA; General Surgeon

Publications

Hancock, W.O., A.J. Erickson, M. Wagenbach, U. Henningsen, and J. Howard, Molecular Biology of the Cell, Evidence that Neurospora Kinesin has a Low Duty Ratio like Kinesin, 1/1998, Volume: 9, p390a

Research

Howard Lab
University of Washington Department of Physiology and Biophysics
Seattle, WA
Research Assistant
1997 – 1999

Studied the motility and mechanism of chemomechanical energy transduction of microtubule-associated motor proteins utilizing a variety of molecular biology, protein chemistry, and advanced optical microscopy techniques

Engel Lab
University of Washington Departments of Chemistry and Physics
Seattle, WA
Research Assistant
1992 – 1994

Participated in the design, construction, testing, and documentation of a new scanning-tunneling microscope operating in ultra-high vacuum built for characterization of semi-conductor surfaces and investigation of surface interface and catalysis phenomenon at the atomic scale.