Susan Bradshaw, MD
Susan Bradshaw, MD, MPH, TTS, is a physician specialist for the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Dr. Bradshaw is certified by Mayo Clinic as a tobacco treatment specialist and currently provides academic detailing in clinical prevention and tobacco control. She has received numerous awards and is the first recipient of the Young Investigator Award given by Mayo Clinic’s Tobacco Addiction Program for her research project in smoking and dopamine receptors. In addition, Dr. Bradshaw served as Chief Resident for the first clinical trial to assess the effectiveness of Bupropion as a smoking cessation aid. She has published several articles on medically-underserved populations, preventative medicine, and tobacco.
Dr. Bradshaw earned her medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh. She completed a residency in Preventive Medicine and earned a Master’s Degree in Public Health at Loma Linda University Medical Center in California. Following her residency, she has completed fellowships in cancer prevention and control at Drew/Meharry/Morehouse Consortium Cancer Center, the LOOP’s Leadership Development Program, and the CDC E-Learning Institute’s Best Practices of Online Education. Dr. Bradshaw is a Diplomate of the American Board of Preventive Medicine as well as the American Board of Integrative & Holistic Medicine.