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Bryan Allen, MBA, MD, PhD, has been appointed chair and departmental executive officer (DEO) of the Department of Radiation Oncology in the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine begining on July 1, 2023.
We are proud to announce the winners of this year’s Graduate Medical Education Awards, which were presented at the 16th annual GME Leadership Symposium on May 12. Eleven individuals—program directors, program coordinators, faculty, and interprofessional colleagues—were honored for the contributions they make to graduate medical education with University of Iowa Health Care.
Denise J. Jamieson, the James Robert McCord Professor and Chair of the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics at Emory University School of Medicine and chief of gynecology and obstetrics for Emory Healthcare, has been named vice president for medical affairs and dean of the Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine at the University of Iowa. She will begin Aug. 1.
Meet Misty Perez, a student of the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine Biomedical Science Program in Molecular Medicine from Whittier, California.
Medical school ranks in 7 categories; 2 programs remain in top 5 nationally.
New seven-year, $30 million Clinical and Translational Science Award grant is the fourth renewal of this project, which was first funded in 2007.
Graduates of the Carver College of Medicine and their families and friends are invited to the college’s spring 2023 commencement ceremony on Friday, May 12.
Claire Carmichael grew up in Oskaloosa, Iowa, watching her mother contribute to the community as a veterinarian. Now headed to Kaiser Permanente for a family medicine residency, she looks forward to returning home to serve the health needs of her hometown's people.
Jessica Roberts De Haan of Navarre, Florida, loved connecting with patients as a physician assistant. When she decided to advance her career by going to medical school, she had to figure out how to balance her studies with her service in the National Guard and her growing family. She plans to work as a medical missionary to advance global health.