Education and Training
MD - Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, TN
Obstetrics and Gynecology - Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Titles and Academic Titles
Departments and Services
Posters and Presentations
Wilkerson, AE; Levin, ED; “Ventral hippocampal D1 and D2 systems and spatial working memory in rats,” Neuroscience, 01/1999, Volume 89: 743-749.
Feman, SS; Wilkerson, AE; Leonard-Martin, TC; “Vascular anatomic features associated with diabetic retinal neovascularization,” Retina Society Meeting Abstracts, 09/1998.
Feman, SS; Wilkerson, AE; Leonard-Martin, TC; “Vascular anatomic features associated with diabetic retinal neovascularization,” Macula Society Meeting Abstracts, 02/1998.
Cutler, AR; Wilkerson, AE; Gingras, JL; Levin, ED; “Prenatal cocaine and-or nicotine exposure in rats: Preliminary findings on long-term cognitive outcome and genital development,” Neurotoxicology and Teratology, 01/1996, Volume 18: 635-643.
Levin, ED; Wilkerson, AE; Jones, JP; Christopher, NC; Briggs, S; “Prenatal nicotine effects on memory in rats: pharmacological and behavioral challenges,” Developmental Brain Research, 01/1996, Volume 97: 207-215. Wilkerson, AE; Levin, ED; “Hippocampal D1 and D2 systems and working memory function,” Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 01/1996, Volume 22: 1128.
Cutler, AR; Wilkerson, AE; Gingras, JL; Levin, ED; “Prenatal nicotine exposure in rats,” Pediatric Research, 01/1994, Volume 37: 14A.
Leadership and Memberships
2020-present, Pennsylvania Medical Society Legislative Action Committee and Government Relations Task Force
2020-present, Board Member, Pennsylvania Medical Society PAC
2020-present, Pennsylvania Medical Society Redistricting Task Force
2019-present, Pennsylvania ACOG Advisory Council
2019-present, Pennsylvania Medical Society
2004-present, Alpha Phi Foundation Medical Grant Reader
2000-present, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
2006-2009, Healthy Woman Advisory Board, Phoenixville Hospital
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