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researcher , medical educator

James Paul Seale, American medical educator, researcher. Achievements include research in Georgia-Texas improving brief intervention project. Recipient Humanism Medicine award, Mercer University School Medicine, 2007; Subtance Abuse Faculty Development fellowship, National Institute Alcohol Drug Abuse & Alcoholism, 1987-1988, Generating Project fellowship, North America Primary Care Research Group & AAFP, 1999—2000.

Background

Seale, James Paul was born on December 16, 1953 in Baytown, Texas, United States. Son of Thomas Frederick Seale and Elizabeth Louise Davis.

Education

Bachelor, University Texas, Austin, 1975. Doctor of Medicine, Baylor College Medicine, Houston, 1978.

Career

Research director, family medicine Mercer University School Medicine, Macon, Georgia, since 2003, professor family medicine, since 2004. Consultant Pan American Health Organization, Washington, since 2005. Lecturer University Texas Health Science Center, Houston, 2006.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in Georgia-Texas improving brief intervention project.

Membership

Member of Research Society Alcoholism, Georgia Academy Family Physicians, International Society biomedical Research Alcoholism, Society Teachers Family Medicine, North America Primary Care Research Group, American Academy Family Physicians, Alpha Omega Alpha.

Connections

Married Dana Paulette McDaniel, June 12, 1976. Children: Josiah David, Julie Elizabeth Martin, Jonathan Paul, Jenni Kathryn.

father:
Thomas Frederick Seale

mother:
Elizabeth Louise Davis

spouse:
Dana Paulette McDaniel

child:
Josiah David Seale

child:
Julie Elizabeth Martin Seale

child:
Jonathan Paul Seale

child:
Jenni Kathryn Seale