Contact Information

  • Company: AAMS, https://aamsexperts.com/
  • Phone: 619-722-9556
  • Cell: 619-800-0102
  • Website: masonharrellmd.com/
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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties: Occupational Medicine and Preventive Medicine

Specialty Focus: Chemical Exposures, Sensitivities, Heat Injuries, Asbestos, Dust, Mold, Air Quality, Heavy Metals, Radiation, Toxicology, Fitness for Duty, Return to Work, Malingering, Stress, Violence, PTSD, Disability, Chronic Pain, Primary Care, Urgent Care

Education: HARVARD UNIVERSITY, Medical Specialty; HARVARD UNIVERSITY, Master of Public Health; HARVARD UNIVERSITY, Environmental Health Fellow; U.S. MILITARY MEDICAL SCHOOL (USUHS), Medical Doctor (M.D.)

Years in Practice: 10+

Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 4


Additional Information

Harvard-trained, double board-certified physician in Occupational Medicine, and Public Health and General Preventive Medicine. Medical expert work with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the World Health Organization (WHO), American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM), and MDGuidelines®. Published original research on Long Term and Short Term Disability in ACOEM’s Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine and chapter author of Psychological Factors and Workforce Health in ACOEM’s Occupational Health Guide. Published with the World Health Organization in the Journal of Infectious Disease on Ebola infections in health care worker. Created and teaches the U.S. Navy’s Occupational and Environmental Medicine Fundamentals Course. Currently, active duty Navy Lieutenant Commander, Medical Department Head, and Flight Surgeon supervising 75 medical professionals. Frequently lectures at medical conferences. Work is timely, objective and yields scientific, consistent, convincing opinions. Fluent in Spanish and Italian. Expert in occupational injuries and illness, including chemical exposures and sensitivities, heat injuries, environmental intolerances, asbestos, dust, mold, air quality, heavy metals, radiation, toxicology, causation, fitness for duty, return to work, malingering, work stress, disability, chronic pain, primary care, and urgent care.