Emory Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases faculty member Paula Frew, PhD, MPH, MA was recently awarded the Society for Prevention Research John B. Reid Early Career Award. This award is presented to individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to prevention science through outstanding contributions to research, policy, or practice.
In her eight years as an Emory University School of Medicine faculty member, Dr. Frew has built an impressive research agenda and positioned herself to make enormous contributions to the areas of HIV/AIDS research, maternal and child health, and immunization practice.
She has served on 21 dissertation and thesis committees, and she has mentored and supervised more than 58 students, including Master of Public Health (MPH) and doctoral students, medical residents, and fellows. Dr. Frew has contributed to 33 journal articles, two chapters, and a book. She has also made long-lasting efforts to mentor those around her by supporting, training, and collaborating on manuscripts, posters, and academic presentations with young scientists.
Her work has been supported by grants from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Institutes of Health, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and Emory University.
• Paula Frew’s faculty biography
• Emory Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases
• The Society for Prevention Research
• Emory University Department of Medicine
• Emory University School of Medicine