Join us March 10 for an informative discussion about Eating Disorders with Graham Redgrave.
Dr. Redgrave was educated at St. John’s College in Annapolis, MD and Santa Fe, NM. He graduated from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 1999, completed a year of internal medicine training at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center followed by a general psychiatry residency, finishing in 2003. He joined the faculty immediately thereafter.
His clinical work focuses on eating disorders but also includes work in mood, anxiety, personality and substance use disorders. He sees outpatients and also works on the inpatient eating disorders service for part of the year. His research work has included clinical outcomes research and neuroimaging of anorexia, bulimia, and Huntington’s disease. He is also the residency training director, helping to turn newly minted MDs into psychiatrists.
Graham’s interest in Waldorf education dates back to college, when he and his girlfriend, now wife and WSB Children’s Garden teacher, Ms. Redgrave, had several friends who were educated at Waldorf schools. He has had three children learn and grow through Waldorf education (Nora - the youngest - is currently in 7th grade with Mr. Bufano). He served on the Board of Trustees for five years, and was President for two years from 2007-2009.