A member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Georgia Academy of Family Physicians, Dr. Travis Albright is currently affiliated with a number of emergency departments in Georgia. Since 2010, Dr. Travis Albright has also participated in a number of research projects that are pending publication; one such case report is titled Methotrexate-Induced Immunosuppression—PCP Pneumonia in an HIV Negative Patient.
After earning a bachelor of science in biochemistry from Kennesaw State University, Dr. Albright attended medical school at the Medical College of Georgia (MCG) in Augusta. He then participated in a two-year student fellowship with the surgical pathology department of MCG, and completed residencies in general surgery and family medicine at East Tennessee State University and MCG.
Throughout his medical training, Dr. Travis Albright demonstrated a commitment to serving fellow students. During his second year of medical school, he secured a position as a teaching assistant for a musculoskeletal anatomy course, preparing formal lectures and labs for physical and occupational therapy students. He also advised first-year medical students, guiding them through the complex transition to medical school.