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Brutkiewicz Named Associate Dean for Graduate Division
Randy R. Brutkiewicz, PhD, has been named Associate Dean of the IUSM Graduate Division. In his new role, Dr. Brutkiewicz will work in close collaboration with academic units to administer IUSM’s 10 research-based doctoral degree programs; 13 basic and applied science master's degree programs; the NIH-designated Medical Scientist Training Program (combined M.D./Ph.D.); Physician Scholars Program; graduate certificates in Clinical Science and Medical Dosimetry; and support programs for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. In collaboration with the IUPUI School of Science, the Graduate Division oversees the Life-Health Sciences Internship program. See more
IU School of Medicine research leader to head Robert Wood Johnson diversity initiative
David S. Wilkes, M.D., of the Indiana University School of Medicine, has been selected by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to serve as the new director of the foundation's program to encourage diversity in medical and dental school faculties.
Dr. Wilkes, who will remain executive associate dean for research affairs at the medical school, will be just the third leader of the 30-year-old Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program, foundation officials announced today.See more
State of the Faculty Report 2012
Every year, the Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development produces a State of the Faculty Report evaluating conditions of work and governance that affect the men and women working at the IU School of Medicine. The 2012 report is now available for viewing here.
Dr. Stephen Bogdewic honored by AAMC Group on Faculty Affairs
Congratulations to Stephen Bogdewic, Ph.D., MA, executive associate dean for faculty affairs and professional development for receiving the 2012 Carole J. Bland Phronesis Award. The award was presented on August 11 at the Association of American Medical Colleges Faculty Affairs and Group on Diversity and Inclusion Professional Development Conference in Indianapolis.
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