Mary McAweeney, Ph.D.

Dr. McAweeney was a research fellow for the University of Michigan’s Addiction Research Center (UMARC). After completing a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Medical Rehabilitation Research in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Michigan in 1997.

Her graduate work combined her clinical interests and background in the rehabilitation of persons with disabilities and her technical expertise in measurement, statistics and research design. Her publications focused on the areas of psychosocial aspects of disability, health outcomes, and improving research methods within the health care field. Dr. McAweeney worked with other colleagues on the Michigan-Michigan State University Longitudinal Study doing both clinical and research work. The focus of her research is in examining the development and clinical course of recovery and the predictors of recovery from alcoholism.

Dr. McAweeney is currently a Research Director at the Wright State University School of Medicine



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