Meryl McNeal, Ph.D., is the primary investigator on PACER's
Emergency Preparedness Needs of Primary Care Providers at
Historically Black Medical Schools project. She has also served as
the P.I. for the Morehouse School of Medicine Special Volunteers
Program for Homeland Security funded by the Corporation for
National and Community Service.
Her other research interests include service-learning, community
engagement and volunteerism.
McNeal serves as the founding director for the Center for
Community Health & Service-Learning and holds the academic rank
of Associate Professor with an appointment in the Department of
Community Health and Preventive Medicine at Morehouse School of
Medicine. She also serves as the course director for the
Community Health course, a required course for all first-year
students at Morehouse School of Medicine.