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

Tom Oltmanns
Washington University St. Louis                                                 
Tom Oltmanns

Dave Sbarra
University of Arizona 
Dave Sbarra

Melanie Dirks
McGill University



Stacy Frazier
Florida International University



At-Large Members of the Executive Committee:           

Elizabeth McQuaid
Brown University School of Medicine                                    
Beth McQuaid

Joshua D. Miller
University of Georgia


Linda Craighead
Emory University 
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                                                      
Doug Samuel

Representative to Commission on Accreditation (APA):

Dave Smith
University of Notre Dame                                                                
Dave Smith





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