Dr. Mulloy serves as Vice-Chair, Clinical Affairs and Faculty Development, of the Department of Medicine and Division Chief of Nephrology, Hypertension and Transplant Medicine. She is a graduate of Michigan State University and Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed a rotating internship at the Dallas/Ft. Worth Medical Center, followed by internal medicine training at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and the Yale University affiliated Waterbury Hospital Health Center. She then completed her nephrology fellowship at the Medical College of Georgia prior to joining the faculty in 1990. Dr. Mulloy is a fellow and member of the American Society of Nephrology, the National Kidney Foundation, and is on the American Society of Transplantation Fellowship Accreditation Committee. She serves on the Medical Advisory Board for the National Kidney Foundation of Georgia. Her research interests include clinical investigation of immunosuppressive therapies for renal transplantation, and hypertension in chronic kidney disease. She is the Co-PI for the NIH sponsored SPRINT protocol for evaluation blood pressure in patients with chronic kidney disease.
Dr. Mulloy directed the MCG nephrology fellowship training program from 1991-2007 and served as Section Chief since 1998. She was appointed Interim Chair for the Department of Medicine from 2006-2008 where she implemented a successful a mentoring and development program for junior faculty that continues to flourish. Program participants have had more scholarly activity, and the program has enhanced academic and promotional activity of junior and senior faculty. Dr. Mulloy is active in medical education at multiple levels, serving as course director for the James B. Hudson Nephrology Update, and the Alan Roberts Mini-medical School conference, and Co-Director for the Primacy and Family Practice Symposium & Internal Medicine Update courses for Augusta University.
Dr. Mulloy is very active in MCG Faculty Governance, serving on the: Faculty Senate, the MCG Executive Committee, the MCG Promotion and Tenure Committee, and the MCG Faculty Development Committees. She is the current Chair of the Augusta University Faculty Senate.
Dr. Mulloy maintains an active clinical practice in the care of renal transplant recipients and those with chronic kidney disease. She is a certified Hypertension Specialist & treats patients with resistant hypertension. She attends on the Augusta University renal inpatient medical service as well as staff nephrology/ transplant clinics at the Charlie Norwood Veterans Affairs Medical Center. She is the Medical Director for the Augusta University Executive Wellness Program, which provides concierge/customized medical care for patients in a boutique setting.
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