Meryl S. McNeal, Ph.D.

Meryl S. McNeal, Ph.D. 


Medical Education and Community Health & Preventive Medicine


Quality Enhancement Plan
Location: Hugh Gloster Building 208
Phone: 404-752-1638


Georgia State University 
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy

Georgia State University
Degree: Master of Arts

New York University
Degree: Master of Arts

Board Certification

  • Social Mission
  • Community Engagement
  • Georgia (Psychologist)


McNeal, M., Buckner, A, “Using mini-grants and service-learning project to prepare students to underserved populations”, Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, JHCPU 23.2 Supplement, 2012  

McNeal, M., Blumenthal, D., “ Innovative Ways of Integrating Public Health Into the Medical School Curriculum”, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 41(S3): S309-S311, 2011

Blumenthal, D., Jones, A., McNeal, M., “Evaluating a Community-based Multiprofessional Course in Community Health”, Education for Health, Vol. 14, No. 2, 25-255, 2001

McNeal, M. Oster, R., Alema-Mensah, E. “Health Professions Students’ Opinions of Interdisciplinary Health Care Teams” National Academies of Practice Forum, Vol. 1,No.1, 17-23, 1999

Blumenthal, D., McNeal, M., “The AHEC Model of Community Based Health Sciences Education”.  Annals of Community-Oriented Education 3:85-90, 1990.

Blumenthal, D., McNeal, M., Satcher, D., “Introducing Preclinical Students to Primary Care Through a Longitudinal Preceptorship Program”,  Journal of Medical Education, Vol. 58, 179-185, 1983