Dr. Leigh Johnson, MD, MPH
Dr. Johnson grew up in the Tri-Cities and now practices Family Medicine at ETSU where she teaches residents and medical students. In her free time she loves running, CrossFit, traveling and spending time with her husband and son.
Dr. Jeffrey Gray, PharmD, CDE
Dr. Jeffrey Gray is an Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice at the ETSU, Gatton College of Pharmacy, Adjunct Professor, Department of Community & Behavioral Health, College of Public Health and an Academic Consultant for Clinical Management Concepts in Johnson City, Tennessee. His clinical practice includes the care of older adult patients with acute and chronic conditions. The patient care focus is to optimize pharmacotherapy and mitigate transition of care issues. With NIDA/NIH funding in the area of prescription substance abuse, Dr. Gray focuses on primary prevention opportunities in a region known for high rates of abuse and addiction.
Dr. Katie Baker, DrPH, MPH
Katie Baker is an Assistant Professor of Community & Behavioral Health at East Tennessee State University's College of Public Health where she conducts research and develops programs to improve mother-daughter communication and reproductive health outcomes in Appalachia and the southern US. Katie is a Greeneville, TN native and an alumna of the Niswonger Scholars program. She and her spouse, William, reside in Limestone, TN with their daughter, Laurel and their son, Holston.
Gracie is a Johnson City native and currently attending ETSU with the intentions of becoming a Clinical Forensic Psychologist. Her focus in research is sexual offenders. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with friends, advocacy, trips to Florida, yoga and exploring Appalachia.
Dr. Daniel Bulger, PharmD, BCACP
Daniel is a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist at the James H. Quillen VA Medical Center where he works with the Home Based Primary Care team. He moved to Johnson City in 2018 after growing up in and around Birmingham, AL to chase after his fiancee (now wife) Caroline who is an OBGYN Resident with ETSU. In his free time Daniel loves cheering on Auburn sports (War Eagle!), trying out a new restaurant or brewery, and just getting to spend time with Caroline and their amazing daughter Mercer.
Dr. Sarah Carrier, MD, Physician, Secretary
Originally from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Molly Sharp is currently the Communications Specialist for the Center for Applied Research and Evaluation in Women's Health at ETSU. In her free time she loves hiking, camping, making homemade pasta, practicing yoga, and enjoying the beautiful Appalachian Mountains.