Dr. Tamzin Rosenwasser, who is currently at work on a book, has enjoyed a lengthy career in medicine. Before focussing more on writings concerning current problems in medical practice, Dr. Tamzin Rosenwasser had previously spent a number of years in private practice, provided emergency care at St. Louis Regional Medical Center, and fulfilled locum tenens obligations at facilities in New Hampshire and Indiana. In preparation for these and other roles in medicine, Dr. Tamzin Rosenwasser undertook coursework in Biology at New College of Florida, which she attended on scholarship. After obtaining her Bachelor of Arts, she enrolled in medical school at Washington University, where she earned the James Henry Yalem Prize in Dermatology and the Irwin Levy Prize in Neurology. She stayed on at the institution to complete an internship and internal medicine residency, followed by a research fellowship carried out in the Department of Biological Chemistry. She was awarded fellowships to pursue her research by the American Heart Association and the American Gastroenterology Association. Today, Dr. Tamzin Rosenwasser remains active in her profession. She is making preparations for the rejuvenation of the practice of medicine as a profession. She is a past President of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, and remains active in that group. She belongs to the American Academy of Dermatology and the American College of Physicians and regularly contributes articles and editorials to publications such as the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, Tulsa Today, Free Republic, Modern Conservative, and NewsBlaze. She has also discussed subjects like government regulations and the Constitution, health insurance, and Medicaid on many radio programs. In her leisure time, Dr. Tamzin Rosenwasser enjoys reading and training dogs. She supports the efforts of St. Matthew 25 Care & Share Soup Kitchen and the American Health Legal Foundation.