Adjunct Assistant Professor
(410) 328-2272 (UMMC)
(410) 605-7000 x 6213 (VA)
Education and Training
1994 - 1998 B.S., Biology magna cum laude Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia
1998 – 2002 M.D., University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland
2002 - 2005 Internal Medicine Residency Training, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland
2005-2006 Chief medical resident, Department of Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore VA Medical Center
Dr. Southall is an assistant professor of medicine and associate residency program director for the Internal Medicine residency program. She is the director of ambulatory education, director of the preliminary track within the residency program and the deputy director of the residency program at the VA Medical Center. Within the school of medicine Dr. Southall is the course director for ICM-IV and co-course director for the Primary Care Track.
Her clinical focus is general outpatient medicine with an emphasis on women's health and nutrition.
1. Flickinger C., Howards S., Baran M., Pessoa N., Herr J. Appearance of ‘natural’ antisperm autoantibodies after sexual maturation of normal Lewis rats. Journal of Reproductive Immunology 33; 3:127-145, 1997.
2. Southall, N. (2008). “Diabetic Ketoacidosis”, “On-Call complaint: Hyperkalemia”, “Hospital Procedures: Cerebrospinal Fluid Analysis”. In a Page: Inpatient Medicine. Ed. J. Perkins, S. Kahan, and J. McCue. Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008. 30-31, 48-49, 206-207.
July 2005-June 2008 Faculty Fellow, Department of Medicine, Bureau of Health Professions, Physician Faculty Development in Primary Care, Faculty Development Grant (# D55HP05151-01-00)
August 2010-August 2011 Picker Institute. Empowering patients to optimize their medication regimens: A multidisciplinary approach. Co-Investigator
September 2013-2015 Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treament, DHHS (Grant # U9TI20257A), Co-Investigator
September 2011-present Predoctoral Training in Primary Care, HRSA (Grant # D56HP23278), Co-Investigator