Anne Lang Dunlop, MD, MPH is board-certified in family medicine and general preventive medicine/public health.
She completed her undergraduate education at the University of Michigan majoring in microbiology. She graduated from Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minnesota, and completed dual residency training in family and preventive medicine at Emory University School of Medicine. As part of her residency training she earned her MPH degree in International Health (epidemiology track) from Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health.
Since completing residency training, she has been faculty in Emory's Department of Family and Preventive Medicine and has served as a research fellow for the World Health Organization Collaborating Center in Reproductive Health. Her preventive medicine training, programming, and research experience has focused on maternal and child health issues and primary care approaches to prevention.
She served as director of primary care services and co-principal investigator for the Grady Memorial Hospital Interpregnancy Care Program, and serves as a member of CDC's Select Panel for Preconception Care, which was responsible for convening the National Summit on Preconception Care and drafting the National Recommendations for Improving Preconception Health and Health Care.
Dr. Dunlop is principal investigator of a randomized trial exploring behavioral approaches to treating pediatric overweight in the primary care setting and of a qualitative study exploring how the informed consent process influences participants' willingness to participate in clinical research. As part of her commitment to the WHO Collaborating Center in Reproductive Health, Dr. Dunlop performs analyses of state-wide data sets to better understand the contribution of underlying factors to feto-infant mortality in the state of Georgia according to the Perinatal Periods of Risk Approach. Additionally, Dr. Dunlop provides primary care to patients through Grady Health System's Neighborhood Health Centers.
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