Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Kim May is an Internal Medicine Specialist and has been in practice for more than 20 years and experienced at treating depression, anxiety, and a variety of disorders and illnesses. Dr. May is a gradate of Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. She completed her residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She currently serves as the Medical Director at Adult Life Program and member of the National Medical Association and Medical Society of Eastern Pennsylvania. Dr. May’s research and publications includes:
Ganguly, Tapan, Weems, Kim M. and Duker, Nahum J.: “Ultraviolet-Induced Thymine Hydrates in DNA are Excised by Bacterial and Human DNA Glycolase Activities”. Biochemistry, 29: 7223-28, 1990.
Duker, Nahum J. and Weems, Kim M.: “Excision of Cytosine Hydrates from Z-DNA”. Nucleic Acids Research, 18: 2007-10, 1990.