Dr. Korin Hudson is an assistant professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine and has been providing medical services to GU Athletics since 2009.
Dr. Hudson received her undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia where she majored in bioethics and health policy and minored in sports medicine. While at UVa, Dr. Hudson worked in the athletic training room and she became a certified athletic trainer (ATC) in 1999 before continuing on to medical school.
Dr. Hudson graduated from the University of Virginia School of Medicine in 2003 and continued at UVa where she completed her residency training in emergency medicine in 2006. She is board certified in emergency medicine, is a fellow in the American College of Emergency Medicine and a member of the American College of Sports Medicine.
Dr. Hudson has been on faculty at Georgetown University Hospital and Washington Hospital Center since 2006 and is also the medical director for the Georgetown Emergency Response Medical Service (GERMS), the campus EMS provider.
She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband, Christopher, and son, Andrew.