Congratulations to the 2019 Class of ELAM!
||Dr. Hannah Valantine addresses
the graduating class.
Congratulations to the 2019 Class of ELAM on their graduation! On May 2, ELAM graduated 58 fellows (in addition, one fellow from the 2016 class who completed her coursework also participated in the ceremony), at a ceremony where the fellows were accompanied by their deans, other senior officials, and national leaders to celebrate the class's achievements.
We were thrilled to have Dr. Hannah
Valantine, Chief Officer for Scientific Workforce Diversity at the National Institutes of Health, and a graduate of ELAM, there to deliver the graduation address, in wich she spoke of the imperative to make institutional changes to create more diversity.
||ELAM Executive Director Nancy Spector raises a toast to the graduating class.
Congratulations again to the ELAM Class of 2019!
New Blog Post - Civil Discourse and Academic Medicine
What is civic discourse and what is its connection to leadership in academic medicine? ELUM Beth Malow leads us through her experience with Common Grounds Nashville and how the core principles of civil discourse can help make us better physicians and leaders. Read more here.
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Dean, School of Medicine, Yale University. ELUMs at the university are Nita Ahuja, Ferne Braveman, Anees Chagpar, Gail D'Onofrio, Rosemarie Fisher, Barbara Kazmierczak, Diane Krause, Carolyn Mazure, Ismene Petrakis, Marina Picciotto, Carrie Redlich, Lynn Tanoue, and Kim Yonkers (SOM); Melinda Irwin, Melinda Pettigrew (SOPH).
Chair, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Michigan Medical School. ELUMs at the university are Carol Bradford, Sally Camper, Ruth Carlos, Rebecca Cunningham, Eva Feldman, Dee Fenner, Carmen Green, Margaret Gyetko, Hope Haefner, Maya Hammoud, Diane Harper, Michele Heisler, Ella Kazerooni, Eve Kerr, Julie Lumeng, Karin Muraszko, Valerie Opipari, Michelle Riba, Caroline Richardson, Catherine Spires, and Denise Tate (Medical School); Nisha D'Silva, Margherita Fontana, Jan Ching-Chun Hu, Lynn Johnson, Carol Anne Murdoch-Kinch, and Marilyn Woolfolk (SOD); Bhramar Mukherjee (SOPH).
Director, Massey Cancer Center and Jeanette and Eric Lipman Chair in Oncology, Virginia Commonwealth University. ELUMs at the university Cheryl Al-Mateen, PJ Coney, Karen Hendricks-Múñoz, Betty Anne Johnson, Susan Kornstein, Joyce Lloyd, Andrea Pozez, Betsy Ripley, Karen Sanders, Bela Sood, Shumei Sun, and Michelle Whitehurst-Cook.
Endowed Chair of Women's Health, Medical College of Wisconsin. ELUMs at the institution are Diane Braza, Laura Cassidy, Pat Donohoue, Libby Ellinas, Judy Kersten, Karen Marcdante, Mary Otterson, Julie Panepinto, Ann Rosenthal, Daisy Sahoo, and Earnestine Willis.
Chair, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Utah Health Sciences Center. ELUMs at the university are Mary Beckerle, Sarah Berga, Wendy Chapman, Catherine deVries, Kathleen Digre, Rena D'Souza, Evelyn Gopez, Rachel Hess, Wendy Hobson-Rohrer, Harriet Hopf, Vicki Judd, Mary Murray, and Monica Vetter.
Director, Center for Health Services and Outcomes Research, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. ELUMs at the university are Libby Alpern, Mercedes Carnethon, Marilynn Frederiksen, Leah Harris, Lori Ann Post, Melissa Simon, Susan Skochelak, M. Christine Stock, and Katherine Wisner.
Director, Harvard University Health Services, Harvard University. ELUMs at the university are Christine Albert, Sharon Inouye, Stephanie Jones, Barbara Kahn, Deborah Levine, Lois Nora, Susan Redline, Hope Ricciotti, Jeanine Wiener-Kronish, and Joanne Wolfe (Medical School); Sang Park (SODM); Karen Emmons (SOPH).
Chief, Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine, Duke University School of Medicine. ELUMs at the university are Ann Brown, Coleen Cunningham, Sharon Hull, Shelley Hwang, Mary Klotman, Catherine Kuhn, Chris Marx, Sallie Permar, Ann Reed, Marilyn Telen, and Debara Tucci.
Director, Division of Multiple Sclerosis, Department of Neurology, Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. ELUMs at the university are Karen Calhoun, Linda Cripe, Wendy Frankel, Deborah Larsen, Cheryl Lee, Susan Moffatt-Bruce, Alison Walker, and Judith Westman (Wexner Medical Center); Fonda Robinson (COD); Karen Patricia Williams (College of Nursing).
The following positions were submitted by Drexel University College of Medicine:
to see a list of ELUMs and Fellows at the institution.
The following positions were submitted by the search firm Grant Cooper:
Associate Vice President, Imaging
, The Duke University Health System. ELUMs at the university are Ann Brown, Coleen Cunningham, Sharon Hull, Shelley Hwang, Mary Klotman, Catherine Kuhn, Chris Marx, Sallie Permar, Ann Reed, Jan Richardson, Marilyn Telen, Debara Tucci.
ELUMs at the institution are Martha Alexander-Miller, Allison Brashear, Sonia Crandall, Debra Diz, Julie Freischlag, Claudine Legault, Amy McMichael, Katherine Poehling, Sally Shumaker, Mary Lou Voytko, Lynne Wagenknecht, Janice Wagner.
Chief, Division of Gynecologic Oncology
, Virginia Commonwealth University. ELUMs/Fellows at the institution are Cheryl Al-Mateen, PJ Coney, Karen Hendricks-Múñoz, Betty Anne Johnson, Susan Kornstein, Joyce Lloyd, Andrea Pozez, Betsy Ripley, Karen Sanders, Bela Sood, Shumei Sun, Michelle Whitehurst-Cook.
Chief, Division of Pediatric Neurology
Arkansas Children's Hospital, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. ELUMs at the university are Gloria Richard-Davis and Sara Tariq (COM); Wendy Nembhard (COPH).
Head, Division of Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine
, Houston Methodist Hospital and Weill Cornell Medical College. ELUMs/Fellows at the institution are Julia Andrieni, Thurayya Arayssi, Jenny Chang, Katherine Heilpern, Barbara Hempstead, Rainu Kaushal, Susan Pannullo, Monika Safford, Rache Simmons.
A number of positions were submitted by the search firm Merritt Hawkins:
Director of Pediatric Heart Failure and Transplantation, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine. ELUMs at the institution are Ruth Benca, Beth Burnside, Molly Carnes, Beth Drolet, Valerie Gilchrist, Ellen Hartenbach, Pat Kokotailo, Elizabeth Petty, Carla Pugh, Nancy Raymond, Christie Seibert, Maureen Smith, Susan Thibeault, Terri Young.
Designated Institutional Officer
, University of Cincinnati.
ELUMs at the institution are Evie Alessandrini, Melanie Cushion, Sandra Degen, Mercedes Falciglia, Neeru Hershey, Mei Ho, Christy Holland, Dawn Kleindorfer,
Uma Kotagal, Mary Mahoney, Patty Manning-Courtney, Ardythe Morrow, Lori Stark, Laura Wexler, Dani Zander (COM), Chia-Chi Ho, Margaret Kupferle, Daria Narmoneva (COEAS).
These positions were submitted by the search firm Korn Ferry:
[Note that ELUM Deborah Wing is a Senior Client Partner at Korn Ferry.]
ELUMs at SUNY Downstate are Ellen Ginzler and Pamela Sass.
, College of Medicin
, SUNY Downstate Medical Center.
ELUMs at SUNY Downstate are Ellen Ginzler and Pamela Sass.
Chief Medical Officer, Ambulatory Care
, University of Miami Health System. ELUMs at the university are Anne Burdick, Diana Cardenas, Sylvia Daunert, Norma Kenyon, Judy Schaechter, and Omaida Velazquez.
Chief, Division of Neonatology
Division of Columbia University & Columbia University Irving Medical Center. ELUMS and Fellows at the institution are Rita Charon, Susan Essock, Roberta Locko, Angela Mills, Susan Rosenthal, Blair Simpson, Anne Taylor, Carolyn Westhoff (COM), Vicky Evangelidis-Sakellson (COD), Linda Fried (SOPH), Kathy Shear (SOSW)
University of South Florida Health, Morsani College of Medicine. ELUMS at the institution are Terri Ashmeade, Julie Djeu, Pat Emmanuel, Karen Fields, Cathy Lynch, Lynn Moscinski, Kailie Shaw, Lynn Wecker.
Simin Dadparvar, Susan Fisher, Nina Gentile, Laura Goetzl, Amy Goldberg , Anu Paranjape, Laura Siminoff, Ellen Tedaldi.
Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine,
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
ELUMs at UT Health San Antonio are Robin Brey, Sandra Burge, Carlayne Jackson, Jan Patterson, Paula Shireman, Gail Tomlinson, and Janet Williams (SOM); Adriana Segura (SOD).
New York-Presbyterian Hospital.
ELUMS and Fellows at the institution are Rita Charon, Susan Essock, Roberta Locko, Angela Mills, Susan Rosenthal, Blair Simpson, Anne Taylor, Carolyn Westhoff (COM), Vicky Evangelidis-Sakellson (COD), Linda Fried (SOPH), Kathy Shear (SOSW)
Director (Chief), Division of Cardiovascular Services
and Medical Director, Cardio Vascular Service Line at Tampa General Hospital
Morsani College of Medicine at University of South Florida Health. ELUMs at the institution are Terri Ashmeade, Julie Djeu, Pat Emmanuel, Karen Fields, Cathy Lynch, Lynn Moscinski, Kailie Shaw, Lynn Wecker.
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AAMC CFAS News, April 26, 2019:
Karen Murray, MD (ELAM '16), has been named chair of the Cleveland Clinic Pediatric Institute, physician-in-chief of Cleveland Clinic Children's, and president of the Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital for Rehabilitation, effective in early July. Dr. Murray previously served as vice chair of clinical affairs for the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine.
Kyla Terhune, MD, MBA, (ELAM '19)
has been named
Vice President for Educational Affairs for Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education for Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, effective July 1.
AAMC CFAS News, May 3, 2019:
Debara L. Tucci, MD, MS, MBA (ELAM '07), has been appointed director of the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders. Dr. Tucci is professor of surgery and director of the cochlear implant program in the Division of Head and Neck Surgery and Communication Sciences at Duke University.
The University of Florida College of Medicine announced three new leadership appointments: C. Parker Gibbs Jr., MD, has been appointed senior associate dean for clinical affairs; Mark Segal, MD, PhD, has been appointed senior associate dean for faculty affairs and professional development; and Ellen Zimmermann, MD, (ELAM '18) has been appointed associate dean for faculty development.
Academic Medicine, Published Ahead-of-Print, April 23, 2019:
Gamble, Vanessa Northington, MD, PhD
Academic Medicine, Published Ahead-of-Print, April 30, 2019:
Brunsberg, Katherine A.; Landrigan, Christopher P.; Garcia, Briana M.; Petty, Carter R.; Sectish, Theodore C.; Simpkin, Arabella L.; Spector, Nancy D.; Starmer, Amy J.; West, Daniel C.; Calaman, Sharon
Sukhera, Javeed, HBSc, MD, PhD, FRCPC; Wodzinski, Michael; Milne, Alexandra, RN; Teunissen, Pim W., MD, PhD; Lingard, Lorelei, PhD; Watling, Chris, MD, PhD, FRCPC
Journal of Dental Education, Volume 83, Number 5, May 2019:
Shariq M. Khan, Lorena Baccaglini, Asia A. Inagaki, John W. Reinhardt, Sharon Turner and Alvin G. Wee
Inside Higher Ed, April 24, 2019:
University of South Carolina hears from students and professors after a presidential search committee -- one that's mostly male -- proposes four finalists who are all male, three of them white.
Women are well represented among deans with the lowest salaries, but they make up less than one-third of the highest-paid deans, according to CUPA-HR's 2019 Administrators in Higher Education Report, out today.
Ja'Wanda S. Grant provides advice for dealing with brick walls, passing the baton and surviving system crashes.
Knowledge@Wharton, April 26, 2019:
When New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Arden took office in late 2017, she made worldwide headlines for being the youngest female head of state and for giving birth to a daughter while executing her duties. She grabbed global attention again in March for her response to a mass shooting that killed 50 Muslim worshippers at a mosque in Christchurch. Pundits and political observers alike praised Arden for her compassion and strength following the tragedy, and her ability to effect immediate change in the nation's gun laws.
Her actions re-ignited a longstanding debate: Are women better leaders than men? The answer is often a "yes," according to Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, chief talent scientist at Manpower Group and professor of business psychology at University College London and Columbia University.
The New York Times, April 26, 2019:
How America's obsession with long hours has widened the gender gap.
Health Affairs Blog, April 26, 2019:
Female physicians comprise nearly 40 percent of full-time medical school faculty but less than one-fifth of department chairs. Although gender-based salary gaps among academic physicians and researchers are well documented, no systematic evidence exists on how the incomes of women physicians in leadership positions compare to those of males in similar positions. This lack of data is critical since female faculty are increasingly reaching high leadership ranks in medicine, and leadership of companies by female executives has been associated with improved managerial outcomes.
Inside Higher Ed, April 30, 2019:
Editors discuss new volume of essays on the ways higher education is changing because of issues of race, gender and sexuality -- and how they think higher ed needs to change even more.
Inside Higher Ed, May 1, 2019:
The National Academy of Sciences on Tuesday announced the election of 100 new members and 25 foreign associates. Of those named, 40 percent are women -- a record high.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, Academe Today, May 2, 2019:
In a male-dominated discipline, job candidates who cannot see that the playing field is uneven have no hope of correcting it.
The Independent, May 5, 2019:
Jessica Anderson says 'outdated' rules mean the uniform she wears to work is not accepted as a nurse costume