Co-Principal Investigator, Injury Free Coalition for Kids of Atlanta
Terri McFaden-Garden is Co-Principal Investigator for The Injury Free Coalition for Kids of Atlanta. She is a general pediatrician and assistant professor at Emory University School of Medicine. She has a Bachelor of Science degree from Spelman College and a medical degree from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. McFadden-Garden serves as Director of Ambulatory Pediatrics for Hughes Spalding Children’s Hospital of the Grady Health System. In addition to her administrative responsibilities at Hughes Spalding Children’s Hospital, she teaches medical students and pediatric residents in the outpatient and inpatient settings. She also sees her own patients as part of the Emory Pediatric Faculty practice. Dr. McFadden-Garden’s academic and community outreach interests include childhood injury prevention and preschool literacy promotion. She is also co-founder of the Ready Set Read literacy program at Hughes Spalding Children’s Hospital.