Neuropsychology; Chronic disease self-management; Functional impairment and disability; Health disparities; Behavioral intervention trials
Dr. Felicia Hill-Briggs is a Professor of Medicine in the General Internal Medicine division, as well as a core faculty member of the Welch Center for Prevention, Epidemiology, and Clinical Research. She studies chronic disease self-management, behavioral intervention trials, health disparities, neuropsychology and functional impairment and disability.
Dr. Hill-Briggs holds a bachelor's degree from American University and master of science and Ph.D. degrees in Clinical Psychology/Behavioral Medicine from Penn State University. ADD: She completed training in medical consultation and liason and neurpsychology at NYU Medical Center -Bellevue Hospital Center and a postdoctoral fellowship in geriatric neuropsychology at the Polisher Research Institute/Philadelphia Geriatric Center. She served on the faculty of New York University Medical Center-Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine before joining the Johns Hopkins faculty.