Richard M. MILLIS0000-0002-7063-4338
I have served as an evaluator for the National Institute of Mental Health’s Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illness program and as a consultant to the National Institute of Drug Abuse on AIDS cofactors. I worked in Ethiopia with the Ethiopian Armed Forces to help develop the first physician assistant training program in sub-Saharan Africa under the auspices of a health capacity building grant from the National of Institutes of Health and with the International Center for Insect Physiology & Ecology. I also worked in Rwanda under the auspices of a political conflict management and capacity building grant from the Agency for International Development where I introduced the use of computers for teaching medical problem-solving after decimation of the faculty of the National University of Rwanda by the genocide. I regularly serve as a peer reviewer for the Journal of the National Medical Association, Hypertension Research, Clinical Epigenetics and Brain Research.
Biography Updated on 7 February 2011