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Garvey Academy Adds New Fellows

The Glenda Garvey Teaching Academy announced 16 new fellows at the April 14, 2010, Thomas Q. Morris Symposium on Medical Education. Established in 2005 to honor the educational commitment of the late Glenda Garvey’69, the Garvey Academy rewards and strengthens teaching by identifying top educators to maintain the highest standards in teaching and to improve the medical center’s educational mission by seeking innovation in teaching and learning.

Garvey Fellows

A faculty selection committee chose 10 P&S faculty members and six other CUMC faculty members to join the academy. The newest P&S members are Beth Barron, M.D., assistant clinical professor of medicine; Mary Johanna Fink, M.D., assistant clinical professor of medicine; Rebecca Hahn, M.D., associate professor of medicine; Deborah Jones, M.D., assistant clinical professor of medicine; Vivek Moitra, M.D., assistant professor of anesthesiology; Alex Montera, M.D., assistant clinical professor of medicine; Ellen Morrison, M.D., M.P.H., assistant professor of clinical medicine and clinical epidemiology; Jai Radhakrishnan, M.D., associate professor of clinical medicine; Robert Sladen, M.D., professor of anesthesiology; and Delphine Taylor, M.D., assistant professor of clinical medicine.

Other new academy members are Sally Aboelela, Ph.D., assistant professor of clinical nursing, from the School of Nursing and, from the Mailman School of Public Health, Emilia Bagiella, Ph.D., associate professor of clinical biostatistics; Therese McGinn, DrPH, M.P.H., associate professor of clinical population and family health; Peter Muennig, M.D., M.P.H., assistant professor of health policy and management; Martina Pavlicova, Ph.D., assistant professor of biostatistics; and Mary Beth Terry, Ph.D., associate professor of epidemiology.