Danielle Wickman, MD, FACEP
LT Danielle Wickman grew up in Escondido, California and attended the University of California Riverside where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2010. She then attended the University of California Los Angeles to obtain her MD degree in 2016. She was awarded the prestigious Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellowship while in medical school and spent a year in Durban, South Africa conducting HIV vaccine development research. She was commissioned as a Lieutenant in the United States Navy in 2017 while completing her Emergency Medicine Residency at Los Angeles County University of Southern California (LAC+USC) Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. Her first duty station was at Naval Medical Center San Diego where she serves as a member of the core academic faculty and Deputy Simulation Director. She is now stationed at 1st Medical Battalion in Camp Pendleton, CA as an Emergency Medicine Physician. She was deployed in 2021 with Pacific Partnership, where she served as the sole physician on the USNS Bismark T-EPF 9, ensuring medical readiness and performed over 70 hours of subject matter expert exchange in Manila, Philippines with over 600 Armed Forces of the Philippines counterparts. LT Wickman enjoys cooking, hiking, and spending time with family and her rescue chihuahua, Bella. LT Wickman is a recipient of the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal.