At Princeton University, Dr. Frederick Gooding received a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Biology and a minor in African-American Studies. Some of Dr. Frederick Gooding’s achievements as a student include earning the Imhotep Student Service Award, winning an Ivy League gymnastics championship, serving as Master of Ceremonies for homecoming concerts, and developing a seminar on African-American studies.

After graduating from Princeton University, Dr. Frederick Gooding enrolled at Howard University College of Medicine in Washington, DC, to earn his medical degree as a National Medical Fellowship Scholar. Dr. Frederick Gooding went on to perform his residency at the University of California, Los Angeles, specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Following the completion of his residency, Dr. Frederick Gooding became board certified in pain management and physical medicine and rehabilitation.

Most recently, Dr. Frederick Gooding practiced out of Gooding Medical Corporation in Wilmington, Delaware, where he treated neuromusculoskeletal disorders and sports-related injuries while teaching medical students and acting as an administrator and team doctor. Gooding Medical Corporation has taken Dr. Frederick Gooding to four states and Bermuda, where the British utilized his services as a medical consultant. Returning to Washington, DC, for a period, Dr. Frederick Gooding accepted a position as Clinical Professor at Howard University College of Medicine and aided Peak Performance, Inc., as its Medical Director. And, in his current home state of Delaware, Dr. Frederick Gooding chaired the Physician Advisory Board for Mayor James H. Sills, Jr.

When not participating in professional endeavors, Dr. Frederick Gooding enjoys giving back to his community as a volunteer with the Special Olympics. A talented motivational speaker, he often inspires youths through counseling and mentorship programs.