Dr. Wiley received her MD from the University of Alabama School of Medicine and completed both her internal medicine residency and infectious diseases fellowship at Emory.  She is a co-investigator within the NIH-funded Emory Vaccine and Treatment Evaluation Unit and has a special interest in addressing health inequities in COVID (and other viral infections) via promotion of equitable therapeutics and access to vaccination. Dr. Wiley is a member of the Emory Department of Medicine’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council and is passionate about mentorship (particularly of those who are underrepresented in medicine). 


  • Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Disease, Department of Medicine 
  • Jonas A. Shulman Teacher of the Year Award (Infectious Diseases) 
  • MPI of NIH-Funded RECOVER (Researching COVID to Enhance Recovery) Long COVID Study (Atlanta Site) 
  • 2022 Golden Apple Teaching Award (Emory University Hospital Midtown subspecialty attending) 
  • 2022 and 2023 Atlanta Top Docs (Infectious Diseases; Elected by Atlanta Physicians) 
  • 2023 President-elect of the American Federation for Medical Research 


  • COVID-19 – Health Inequities in COVID-19 Therapeutics, Vaccination, and Long COVID 
  • Mentorship of Racial and Ethnic Minority Trainees 
  • Promoting Vaccine Uptake in Racial and Ethnic Minority Communities 
  • Community Engagement 
  • Pathogens: Covid-19 




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