Dr. Sebeny is an Infectious Diseases and Internal Medicine physician. Originally from Massachusetts, he spent nearly 18 years in Washington DC working in several areas of public health and clinical medicine. He received his medical degree from the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences where he also received a Master’s degree in Public Health.
He served as a Medical Corps officer in the US Navy for 9 years, completing his residency in Internal Medicine at National Naval Medical Center (NNMC) in Bethesda, MD, and fellowship training in Infectious Disease through a joint program at NNMC and Walter Reed Army Medical Center, in Washington DC. He also served as an infectious disease research physician in Cairo, Egypt, working in several areas of infectious disease epidemiology, research, and clinical medicine in Africa, the Middle East, and southwest Asia; his efforts will well regarding, and received a presidential award from the Republic of Djibouti in 2010.
Dr. Sebeny served on several expert committees on infectious diseases research priorities, and authored many clinical research publications and presented at several national and international conferences in areas of clinical infectious diseases. He also served as a clinician educator as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Uniformed Services University School of Medicine in Bethesda, MD. Prior to leaving the Navy to relocate to New England, he was selected for promotion to Commander. He has been Board-certified in Infectious Disease since 2008 and Internal Medicine since 2006.
Board Certification in Infectious Diseases. American Board of Internal Medicine 2008
Board Certification in Internal Medicine. American Board of Internal Medicine 2006