Officers

The Academy is administered by a 6-person Executive Committee (EC).

Past president and president-elect are added to the EC during the year after and the year before their presidential term, respectively.

Officers are elected to 3-year terms.

Current Officers

President
Tom Oltmanns
Washington University St. Louis
toltmann@wustl.edu                                                 
Tom Oltmanns
   

President-Elect                    
Dave Sbarra
University of Arizona
sbarra@email.arizona.edu 
Dave Sbarra
   

Secretary
Melanie Dirks
McGill University
melanie.dirks@mcgill.ca

 

 
   

Treasurer
Stacy Frazier
Florida International University
slfrazi@fiu.edu

 

 

At-Large Members of the Executive Committee:           

Elizabeth McQuaid
Brown University School of Medicine
Elizabeth_McQuaid@brown.edu                                    
Beth McQuaid
   

Joshua D. Miller
University of Georgia
jdmiller@uga.edu

 

 
   
Linda Craighead
Emory University
lcraigh@emory.edu 
Linda Craighead

In addition to its elected officers, the Academy also depends on valuable service from faculty members who are appointed to serve in a number of other crucial roles.  The following people have been appointed by the Executive Committee to fulfill specific functions.

Representative to APS Program Committee:

Doug Samuel
Purdue University
dbsamuel@purdue.edu                                                      
 
Doug Samuel

Representative to Commission on Accreditation (APA):

Dave Smith
University of Notre Dame
dsmith11@nd.edu                                                                
Dave Smith

 



        


  

 

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