Stephanie Miles-Richardson, Ph.D., D.V.M.

Stephanie Miles-Richardson, D.V.M., Ph.D. 

Professor

Community Health & Preventive Medicine

Location: National Center for Primary Care 346
Phone: (404) 752-1905
E-mail: smiles-richardson@msm.edu

Education

POSTDOCTORAL:
National Institutes of Environmental Health Sciences Fellow

GRADUATE:
Michigan State University
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy in Pathology/Environmental Toxicology

Tuskegee University
Degree:
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

UNDERGRADUATE:
Grambling State University
Degree: Bachelor of Science in Biology

Research Interests

Environmental Health and Justice; Breast Cancer and Cervical Cancer research and policy; health disparities research; social determinants of health.

Board Certification

American Veterinary Medical Association

American Public Health Association

Honors and Awards

  • 2018: Hidden Figures Award, Williams Forum for Diabetes Education and Healthcare
  • 2017: Grambling State University Award of Appreciation, Founders Day Convocation Speaker
  • 2017: Delta Sigma Theta, Atlanta Alumnae Chapter Torch Award
  • 2016: American Veterinary Epidemiology Society, Honorary Diploma
  • 2015: Morehouse School of Medicine, MPH Program, Beacon Award

Media Features

Faculty Interview: The Local Take Talks Public Health in a Pandemic with Morehouse School of Medicine
WCLK 91.9 – April 4, 2020 

Faculty Interview: Gym Stays Open in Johns Creek Amid Coronavirus Concerns (Video)
CBS46 – March 31, 2020

Faculty Interview: Why Coronavirus Presents A Unique Challenge For African Americans 
BET News – March 16, 2020

Faculty Interview: How the Coronavirus is Affecting the Black Community (Video)
BET News – March 16, 2020

Faculty Interview: No, Keri Hilson, 5G Did Not Cause Coronavirus 
Huffington Post – March 16, 2020

Faculty Interview:  Morehouse Medicine expert talks about keeping COVID 19 from spreading  (Video)
CBS46 – March 12, 2020