About Amie Ashcraft
Dr. Amie Ashcraft received her PhD from the Virginia Commonwealth University in experimental/social psychology. In 2006, she received her Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from the University of California.
- MPH, University of California, Berkeley, 2006
- PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2004
- MA, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2001
- BA, Shepherd University, 1999
Ashcraft, A. M., Ponte, C. D., Farjo, S., Dotson, S. J., & Murray, P. J. (2021) The [Underutilized] Power of Independent Pharmacies to Promote Public Health in Rural Communities: A Call to Action . Published online 9/9/21 ahead of journal issue: Journal of the American Pharmacists Association.
Moore, J., Groves, T., Pilkerton, C., Ashcraft, A. M., & Shrader, C. D. (2021) Geriatric Antibody Response to COVID-19 (Vol. 69, pp. 2096–2098). United States: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.
Crocetti, E., Assadzandi, S., Pilkerton, C., Ashcraft, A. M., & Shrader, C. D. (2021) Palliative Opioids May be a Bridge to Care for Rural Long-Term Care Facility Residents with Severe COVID-19 Symptoms (Vol. 12, pp. 1–6). Journal of Primary Care & Community Health.
Peckens, S. A., Adelman, M. M., Ashcraft, A., Xiang, J., Sheppard, B., & Ashcraft, A. E. (2020) Improving COPD Symptoms Using a Team-Based Approach in an Appalachian Population (Vol. 33, pp. 978–985). United States: Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine.
- Chair's Research Award - (June 26, 2020)
- Faculty Mentoring Award for Resident Research - (June 26, 2020)
- Chair's Research Award - (June, 2019)
- Faculty Mentoring Award for Resident Research - (June, 2019)
- WVU Demo Day Winner - (April 20, 2018)
Dr. Ashcraft’s role in the department is to support scholarly activity among the faculty and residents. She will be helping our QI teams and specialty clinics to write up and present their data, and she is planning to begin evaluation research with the WVU STEPS Center.
Randomized Controlled Trial