ACTSI Investigator Dr. Theodore Johnson in the News

Theodore Johnson II, MD, MPH, ACTSI investigator, director of the Emory Center for Health in Aging, physician director of Emory Medicine Primary Care and Population Health, Paul W. Seavey Chair in Internal Medicine, professor of medicine and epidemiology, and chief of the Division of General Medicine and Geriatrics at Emory University School of Medicine

Atlanta Journal Constitution | As Georgia ages, geriatric specialists in short supply
July 8, 2014

Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Rolling toward 100: Aunt Ruth takes the wheel
March 1, 2014

Health Sciences Update | Traversing the Twittersphere
November 22, 2013

Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Aging can be an issue for execs
September 2, 2012

Georgia Health News | A healthy life in Georgia: Besse Cooper's world-beating longevity
August 24, 2012

Johnson is principal investigator on a new Healthcare Innovation Seed Grant program grant entitled, “Assessing Gait speed to Inform fraiLty Evaluation (AGILE).” These awards support innovative approaches that address issues of healthcare quality, costs, and/or access and are co-sponsored by the ACTSI.


Military Exposure and Urinary Incontinence among American Men. J Urol 2014 Jan;191(1):125-9. Read more…

Nocturia and Overnight Polysomnography in Parkinson Disease. Neurourol Urodyn 2013; 32(8):1080-5.Read more…

Correlates of persistent sleep complaints after traumatic brain injury. Neuropsychol Rehabil 2013; 23(5)698-714. Read more…

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