“One of the few beneficial outcomes of the COVID-19 pandemic is that patients and medical providers alike have a renewed understanding of the importance of clinical research as it relates to global health. I am honored to be a part of the development of incredibly effective and safe vaccinations that will save the lives of millions over time.”
Dr. Johnson completed his undergraduate degree at Northwestern University and attended Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine for his Medical Degree. After medical school, he completed his residency in Family Medicine at the Scripps Mercy/UCSD Family Medicine Program where he is adjunct teaching faculty and attending at Scripps Mercy Hospital. He joined Artemis in 2018 as an Investigator studying treatments for osteoarthritis, diabetes, migraines, abnormal uterine bleeding, mixed bladder incontinence, fibromyalgia, and acne. As a Principal Investigator he is the Medical Director of the Vaccine and Special Projects Unit studying Pneumonia, RSV, Influenza and COVID vaccinations.