- CATHERINE CLARY WAS SELECTED FOR THE NATIONAL RURAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION’S (NRHA) RURAL HEALTH FELLOWS (RHF) PROGRAM OF 2020.
- DR. ISLAM HAS BEEN FEATURED IN A MEDPAGE TODAY ARTICLE
- BENEVIDES HAS BEEN INVITED TO SERVE ON AN INTERNATIONAL WORKGROUP TO DEVELOP A POLICY BRIEF ON AUTISM AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM LED BY THE POLICY & ANALYTICS CENTER (DIRECTED BY LINDSAY SHEA) AT THE AJ DREXEL AUTISM INSTITUTE AND FUNDED BY THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR AUTISM RESEARCH (INSAR)
- DR. TEAL BENEVIDES RECEIVED THE FACULTY RESEARCH AWARD.
- DR. TEAL BENEVIDES RECEIVED THE EMERGING SCIENTIST AWARD.
- DR. JOHNSON AND CATHERINE CLARY WERE FEATURED IN AN ARTICLE IN THE AUGUSTA CHRONICLE
“GETTING RURAL ADDICTION HELP IS FOCUS OF AU GRANT”
- DR. JOHNSON WAS FEATURED IN JAGWIRE WEEKLY
- IPPH WELCOMES OUR TWO NEWEST FACULTY MEMBERS
Welcome Dr. Ashwini Tiwari and Dr. Kip Webster!
- DR. TIWARI HAS BEEN AWARDED THE 2019 NARSAD YOUNG INVESTIGAOTIR GRANT
- DR. JOHNSON WAS QUOTED IN GEORGIA TREND MAGAZINE ARTICLE “HOOKED IN GEORGIA“
- DR. ISLAM’S RECENT WORK ON LUNG CANCER WAS HIGHLIGHTED IN MEDSCAPE “TREATMENT SUCCESS IN LUNG CANCER IS MORE THAN SURVIVAL“
- DR. VITACCO WAS FEATURED ON NEWS CHANNEL 6 THE MEANS REPORT “SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS AND UNDERSTANDING IN THE FACE OF GUN VIOLENCE”
- DR. TEAL BENEVIDES HAS BEEN AWARDED A GRANT FROM THE HEALTH RESOURCES AND SERVICES ADMINISTRATION. HER PROJECT IS TITLED “LIFE COURSE TRAJECTORIES AND MENTAL HEALTH OUTCOMES AMONG HIGH-RISK YOUTH: AN ANALYSIS OF THE NATIONAL LONGITUDINAL SURVEY OF YOUTH 1997
- DR. VITACCO SPEAKES WITH NEWS CHANNEL 6 ABOUT GUN VIOLENCE
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- DR. STRONG CELEBRATED 61 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE MEDICAL COMMUNITY AND 50 YEARS AT MCG!!! THANK YOU DR. STRONG
- DR. AARON JOHNSON NAMED DIRECTOR OF THE INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC AND PREVENTIVE HEALTH
Dr. J. Aaron Johnson has been named Director of the Institute of Public and Preventive Health (IPPH) at Augusta University. Dr. Johnson has been serving as Interim Director since 2017.
We are appreciative of Dr. Johnson’s willingness to step in and lead the IPPH during a period of transition, said Dr. Michael Diamond, Senior Vice President of Research at Augusta University. In addition to serving in the Institute of Public and Preventive Health, Johnson is an associate professor in the university’s Department of Psychological Sciences and School of Graduate Studies. For over 17 years, he has maintained funding for health services research, primarily in the area of substance abuse interventions and treatment. He currently holds funding of approximately $7.5 million from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the National Library of Medicine and various sub-awards with the University of Georgia and Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Johnson also serves as Vice Chair of the Institutional Review Board (Social and Behavioral Sciences) at Augusta University, is Evaluation Chair for the Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse, and is on the Executive Committee of the Georgia Substance Abuse Research alliance. His research has garnered him numerous awards and his work has been featured in several peer-reviewed publications including The American Surgeon, the Journal of Addiction Medicine, and the Journal of Pediatric Surgery.
He received his Bachelor’s degree from the Presbyterian College and earned his Master’s and Doctoral degrees from the University of Georgia. Dr. Johnson was featured in an article in Augusta R&D Magazine. Click HERE to view the story.