In the Emory University School of Medicine, he became the
co-founder of the Pipeline Program, an award-winning longitudinal inner-city high school mentoring program. His work with the Pipeline Program has been featured in several magazines and
publications, including the Atlanta Public School System annual newsletter, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper, and the Emory Magazine. In 2010, Dr. Marshall was awarded the Humanitarian
of the Year Prize for Emory University due to his work with Pipeline. At the graduation ceremonies, he was the singular recipient of the Outstanding Academic Achievement Award from the faculty at
Emory's Goizueta School of Business. The national American Medical Association (AMA) awarded him the Excellence in Medicine Leadership Award in 2011.
Dr. Marshall completed his anesthesiology residency at Harvard
University's Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. While at Harvard, Dr. Marshall published numerous articles, co-authored textbook chapters, and presented at national
conferences on pain medicine and anesthesiology topics. In light of his outstanding clinical acumen and leadership, he was selected by the faculty and residents of Harvard to serve as the chief
resident in the Department of Anesthesiology. Dr. Marshall graduated from residency at Harvard with a distinction in research and decided to stay at Harvard to sub-specialize in interventional
pain management. During his research, Dr. Marshall discovered the connection between radiculopathy (nerve pain) and chronic venous disease. This discovery by him and his fellow Harvard colleagues
made the treatment of lower extremity vein disease a priority. Dr. Marshall has been working with Truffles Vein Specialists since 2017 and is vital to our organization's success. He works
primarily out of the McDonough location. Dr. Marshall established Regenerative Spine and Pain in 2019 and fast became the highest-rated pain center in south Atlanta.
Dr. Marshall enjoys swimming, racquetball, and traveling with his
wife and son in his spare time. He is also actively involved in philanthropic work in the Atlanta community. Dr. Marshall is currently accepting new patients.