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20082023

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Research interests

Anti-tumor necrosis factor alpha antagonists (focus on psoriasiform and other paradoxical reactions)
Military Medicine with a focus on practice and quality improvement

Biography

Col Angelique Collamer is a magna cum laude graduate of Wellesley College and received her military commission through the ROTC program.  She completed medical school at the Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, MD; Internal Medicine Residency at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio; and Rheumatology Fellowship at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas.  As a fellow, she authored two landmark papers on the topic of TNF antagonist induced psoriasis and was selected as an ACR Distinguished Fellow in 2009.  Dr. Collamer was next assigned to Air Force Hospital Langley in Virginia where she served as a primary care internal medicine physician, Medical Director of the Internal Medicine and Medical Subspecialty Clinics as well as the Commander for 8 clinical areas and a 110 member staff.  She subsequently was selected as the Air Force Commander at the Uniformed Services University where she led 850 medical students and was an attending rheumatologist at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.  In 2017, she was selected as the Rheumatology Clinic Service Chief at WRNMMC and spent the following five years busy in patient care, clinical research, and the teaching and mentoring of medical students, residents and fellows.  In 2022, Dr. Collamer was chosen as Chief Medical Officer of the U.S. hospital at Royal Air Force Base Lakenheath in England.  Under her leadership, the RAF Lakenheath was named the 2023 U.S. Air Force Hospital of the Year. 

External positions

Chief Medical Officer, RAF Lakenheath

29 Jun 2022 → …

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