Leah Macklin, DO FAAFP DipABLM MS Curriculum Vitae

Specialty: Family Practice

About Leah Macklin, DO FAAFP DipABLM MS

Dr. Leah Macklin grew up in Dunwoody, Georgia, and obtained her undergraduate and Master’s degrees in chemistry from Georgia State University. She attended medical school at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM-GA), and completed her residency in family medicine in Fayetteville, North Carolina. She is board-certified in Family Medicine and Lifestyle Medicine. She has a passion for nutrition and physical activity as a way to prevent and treat chronic medical conditions.

She has, also, won Top Doctor in Atlanta Magazine.

For anyone unfamiliar, D.O. stands for Doctor of Osteopathy, which in practice is the same as a Medical Doctor (MD) as they share the same residencies and require the same board-certifications. D.O.’s practice more holistically and can perform a therapeutic technique called osteopathic manipulation.

Ella habla español! Dr. Macklin sees patients six years of age and older. She is experienced in many different types of care, including joint injections, skin care, and contraception management. Dr. Macklin likes to spend her free time camping, Jiu Jitsu, wakeboarding, and skiing. She also loves cooking with her husband, and walking her dog, Gogo.

Schedule an appointment with Dr. Macklin at our Cumming location.

Curriculum Vitae

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Southern Regional AHEC Family Medicine Residency
Fayetteville, NC. 6/2015-7/2018

Georgia Campus– Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, DO.
Suwannee, GA. 7/2011-6/2015

Georgia State University, MS, Atlanta, GA.
Major in Biophysical Chemistry with a concentration in Biotechnology. 7/2010-7/2011

Georgia State University, BS, Atlanta, GA.
Major in Chemistry with an American Chemical Society Certification. Graduation with Distinction. 5/2007-7/2010

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Assistant Clinical Professor at Georgia Campus Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine 1/2019-present

TriCounty Internal Medicine- Associate physician. Sugar Hill, GA. 8/2018-2/2022

Physician Volunteer in Baxter Institute and Hospital Escuela in Tegucigalpa, Honduras 2/2017-3/2017

Resident physician Southern Regional AHEC- . Fayetteville, NC. 6/2015-7/2018

Research Assistant for W. David Wilson Ph.D. – Biophysical Chemistry Laboratory. Topic: DNA based drug therapies. Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA. 5/2009-7/2011

Medical Assistant Advanced Ear Nose and Throat Associates Atlanta, GA. 2008

Surgical Technician Perimeter Surgery Center of Atlanta Atlanta, GA. 2008

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American Board of Family Practice

American Osteopathic Board of Family Practice

American Board of Lifestyle Medicine

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Laparoscopic Repair of Enterocervical Fistula After Mesh Erosion Into the Sigmoid Colon and Cervix After Robotic Supracervical Hysterectomy and Sacrocervicopexy. Mickelson L, et al. Journal of Female Pelvic Med and Reconstructive Surg. 2016

Structure-dependent binding of arylimidamides to the DNA minor groove. Chai Y, Munde M, Kumar A, Mickelson L, et al. Chembiochem: A European Journal of Chemical Biology. 2014.

Selective G-quadruplex DNA recognition by a new class of designed cyanines. Nanjunda R, Owens EA, Mickelson L, et al. Molecules. 2013.

Halogenated pentamethine cyanine dyes exhibiting high fidelity for G-quadruplex DNA. Nanjunda R, Owens EA, Mickelson L, et al. Journal of Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry. 2012.

Synthesis, DNA binding, fluorescence measurements and antiparasitic activity of DAPI related diamidines. A. Farahat, A. Kumar, L. Mickelson, et al. Journal of Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry. 2010.

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2022: Awarded Degree of Fellow by American Academy of Family Practice.

2021: Became a Diplomate as a Certified Lifestyle Medicine Physician by the American Board of Lifestyle Medicine.

2021: Distinction of Advanced Osteopathic Training in Family Medicine by the American Osteopathic Association.

2019: Excellence in Medical Education recognition from Georgia campus of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

2018: Outstanding Resident Award from Southern Regional AHEC

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