Scott Barman, PHD, FEHA
Dr. Barman currently holds the rank of Professor and Vice Chair of Education in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology and is the Assistant Dean of Admission for the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. His research area involves studying mechanisms of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH). He received his doctorate from the University of North Dakota in Physiology and completed a Post-doctoral Fellowship at the University of South Alabama in the area of pulmonary pathophysiology. He is the recipient of a Parker B. Francis Pulmonary Fellowship Award, American Heart Training Fellowship, and an NIH Training Fellowship as well as numerous extramural grants from the NIH and AHA. His professional memberships include the North Dakota Academy of Science, Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, American Physiological Society, New York Academy of Sciences, and the American Heart Association Council for Blood Pressure Research. He has served on American Heart Association, NIH, and Department of Defense American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) study sections. He has also served on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Applied Physiology and the Open Nitric Oxide Journal, and currently is an Associate Editor of Frontiers in Systems and Integrative Pharmacology. He reviews manuscripts for 18 scientific journals and has published 60 articles and 14 book chapters.
Macy Rice, MPA
Macy is a proud alumna of Augusta University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in History in 2014 and her Master of Public Administration in 2021. She began her professional career as an Admissions Recruiter/Counselor, recruiting students from the Middle Georgia Region, the Coastal Georgia Region, and the CSRA. She was also able to serve as the Dual Enrollment Coordinator during her time in the Augusta University Admissions office. In 2017, she became the Program Manager for the College of Education where she had the privilege of working with prospective and incoming students, both at the undergraduate and graduate level, on the admissions process into their programs. In 2020, she added Certification Officer to her responsibilities. With that, she was responsible for awarding Georgia certification to our initial certification candidates. She feels fortunate to be able to advance in my profession at Augusta University, a place that has given me many opportunities. As the Associate Director of Admissions for the Medical College of Georgia she is passionate about college admissions and look forward to working with everyone!
Lacey White, BS
Lacey White is an Admissions Counselor for the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at Augusta University in 2015. She has worked in Student Affairs for Augusta University since 2019, and joined the MCG Admissions team in 2021. Lacey is known for being personable, conscientious, customer focused, and a forward thinker.
Carol March, MS
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