Dr. Joy Bradley joined the College as an assistant professor in the Department of Community Medicine and Population Health. She will also work with the College’s Institute for Rural Health Research. Bradley originally joined the College as a post-doctoral fellow in 2017. She received a PhD in Health Promotion and Behavior from the University of Georgia. She received her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, and her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Albany State University in Albany, Georgia.
Dr. Randi Henderson-Mitchell joined the College as an assistant professor in the Department of Community Medicine and Population Health. She will also work with the College’s Institute for Rural Health Research. Henderson-Mitchell previously served as a research data analyst for the Institute, and before that was a graduate research assistant with the Institute. She received her PhD and an MBA from The University of Alabama. She earned a master’s degree in Health Education from Baylor University in Waco, Texas, and completed her undergraduate degree at Texas Tech University in Lubbock.
Dr. Robert Osburne joined the College as an adjunct clinical faculty member in the Department of Family, Internal, and Rural Medicine. He cares for patients at University Medical Center, which is operated by the College, and his clinical practice focus areas are diabetes and thyroid diseases. Osburne is a board-certified endocrinologist with 35 years of clinical endocrinology practice experience. He practiced previously at Simon Williamson Clinic in Birmingham, Alabama, until his retirement in 2017. He has been associated with community hospital internal medicine residency training programs for 30 years, including at Baptist Medical Center Princeton in Birmingham and Atlanta Medical Center.
Dr. Salah Uddin joined the College as a neurology hospitalist. Uddin will care for University Medical Center patients at DCH Regional Medical Center in Tuscaloosa and will be part of the teaching team that works with the College’s residents and medical student. The College operates UMC. Uddin graduated from the University of Dhaka Medical College in Bangladesh. He completed a neurology residency at John F. Kennedy Medical Center in Edison, New Jersey, and a post-doctoral fellowship at Strong Memorial Hospital at the University of Rochester in New York. Prior to joining the College, Uddin was director of Neurology and Stroke at Shelby Baptist Hospital in Alabaster, Alabama.