- Edward Dabrowski MD, Christopher Dionne MS, Jimmie Leleszi DO, Lindsay Morgan MD, Curt Ralstrom DDS MS, Botulinum Toxin as a Treatment for Self-Mutilation in Lesch Nyhan Syndrome: A Case Series PMR Journal Vol. 2, Iss. 9S, 2010 S153.
- Internal Medicine / Global Health, West Virginia University 2015-2018
- WVU Medicine Quality of Care Committee
- WVU Medicine Safety Committee
- WVU Anti-thrombotic Subcommittee
About Christopher Dionne
Originally from a suburb of Detroit, MI, Dr. Christopher Dionne completed his undergraduate studies in Biology at the University of Michigan. He then completed a Masters and his MD at Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at West Virginia University. He was a member of the WVU Internal Medicine Global Health Track and twice travelled to San Lucas Toliman, Guatemala during his residency.
Dr. Dionne is a member of the Department of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, with a focus on inpatient care and serves as one of the Global Health faculty. His interests include Austere Medicine and Global Health, and how the practice of medicine in resource limited settings internationally may help provide strategies for resource limited settings here in the United States.
Internal Medicine Residency, West Virginia University, 2015-2018
Current Academic Positions and Appointments
Assistant Professor, WVU School of Medicine 2018-current