TimMarie Williams

TimMarie Williams, PhD

Assistant Professor Clinical and Applied Science Education, Master's Programs

Dr. TimMarie C. Williams, an Assistant Professor of Public Health at the University of the Incarnate Word, School of Osteopathic Medicine received a bachelor's degree from St. Edward's University in Spanish and her master's degree in Clinical Gerontology from Baylor University, and doctoral degree in Applied Gerontology from the University of North Texas.

Prior to joining the University of the Incarnate Word, Dr. Williams served as an Assistant Professor of Health Sciences and Gerontology Program Director at Georgia Southern University since 2014. Over the past four years, she has served as the Career Development Section Faculty Chair for the Georgia Public Health Association. Dr. Williams is a Governor's Teaching Fellow, Certified Adult Mental Health First Aid Instructor, and Co-Chair for the Southern Gerontological Society Gerontological Education Committee.

What excites Dr. Williams about public health? Everything! Everything we do and everything that happens in life has a public health connection.

  • Bachelor's Degree in Spanish, St. Edward's University
  • Master's Degree in Clinical Gerontology, Baylor University
  • Ph.D. in Applied Gerontology, University of North Texas