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Creighton University School of Medicine. Spring Faculty Meeting Dean’s Report May 15, 2006. Chair Searches. Medical Microbiology and Immunology – Richard Goering, Ph.D. (04/03/06) Pharmacology – Thomas Murray, Ph.D. (08/01/06)

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Creighton university school of medicine

Creighton University School of Medicine

Spring Faculty Meeting Dean’s Report

May 15, 2006


Chair searches

Chair Searches

Medical Microbiology and Immunology – Richard Goering, Ph.D. (04/03/06)

Pharmacology – Thomas Murray, Ph.D. (08/01/06)

Internal Medicine – In Progress, Dr. Rich to start RWJ Fellowship 09/01/06


2006 national residency match program results

2006 NATIONAL RESIDENCYMATCH PROGRAM RESULTS


Creighton university school of medicine

2006 NRMP Results

GME POSITIONS by Specialty


Creighton university school of medicine

2006 NRMP Results

GME POSITIONS by Specialty


Creighton university school of medicine

RESIDENCY SPECIALTY TOTALS


Admissions

Admissions

  • 4941 applied

  • 3136 submitted secondaries

  • 98 Creighton

  • 590 Under-represented

  • 574 Interviewed

  • Currently in rapid flux: May 15 is deadline for decisions

  • Truth: we will be accepting into July.


Research strategic plan school of medicine

Research Strategic Plan ---School of Medicine

Goal: To increase ranking for NIH extramural funding from current rank at 110 (out of 126) to the top 100 medical schools by building on emerging research strengths and expanding areas of research activity that have been successful in sustaining funded programs.


Research strategies

Research Strategies

Strategy #1 To promote emerging areas of research strength

Strategy #2 To expand areas of current research strength

Strategy #3 To initiate new research areas in health disparities and health services


Research strategies1

Research Strategies

Strategy #4 To promote faculty investigator teams that interface basic research with translational opportunities

Strategy #5 To increase patient-oriented research activity

Strategy #6 To enhance administrative infrastructure for research


Research strategies2

Research Strategies

Strategy #7 To implement incentive plan for stimulating research

Strategy #8 To maintain and enhance core facilities for biomedical research

Strategy #9 To promote collaborative research activities within Creighton and with other institutions


Research strategies3

Research Strategies

Strategy #10 To promote faculty development in research

Strategy #11 To evaluate and enhance research training for graduate and medical students, postdoctoral fellows, and clinical residents


New nih awards 7 1 05

New NIH Awards 7/1/05

Dr. Lee Morrow, Department of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary

August 8, 2005 – July 31, 2010

K23 Award

“Probiotic Prophylaxis of Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia”

Total Award: $644,711

First Year Award: $126,676

Dr. Dan Wilson, Department of Psychiatry

February 1, 2006-December 31, 2010

U01 Award

“Relapse Prevention: Long-Acting Atypical Antipsychotics”

Total Award: $1,047,277

First Year Award: $201,709

Dr. Diane Cullen, Department of Medicine, Osteoporosis Research Center

February 10, 2006-November 30, 2009

R01 Award

“Anabolic Action of Wnt in the Adult Skeleton”

Total Award: $1,696,564

First Year Award: $403,725


New nih awards 7 1 051

New NIH Awards 7/1/05

Dr. Roger Reidelberger, Department of Biomedical Sciences

February 15, 2006-January 31, 2011

R01 Award

“Regulation of Food Intake and Body Adiposity by Peptide YY”

Total Award: $1,212,560

First Year Award: $247,958

Dr. Jason Bartz, Department of Microbiology and Immunology

April 1, 2006-March 31, 2011

R01 Award

“Mechanism of Prion Strain Selection”

Total Award: $1,452,940

First Year Award: $290,588

Dr. Zhaoyi Wang, Cancer Center

April 1, 2006 – March 31, 2011

R01 Award

“Estrogen Signaling in Normal and Transformed Cell Growth”

Total Award: $1,470,875

First Year Award $294,175


Total cma patient encounters excluding anesthesiology pathology and radiology

Total CMA Patient EncountersExcluding Anesthesiology, Pathology and Radiology

391,883

FY 05/06 is annualized


Cu som faculty

CU-SOM Faculty


New faculty since 7 1 05 total 16

New Faculty(Since 7-1-05)Total - 16


Faculty promoted and or tenured 05 06

Faculty Promoted and/or Tenured 05/06

Kirk Beisel, Biomedical Sciences - received tenure

Chhanda Bewtra, Pathology - promoted to Professor

Scott Fletcher, Pediatrics - promoted to Professor

Andrew Gelbman, Radiology – received tenure

Laura Hansen, Biomedical Sciences - received tenure and promoted to Associate Professor


Faculty promoted and or tenured 05 061

Faculty Promoted and/or Tenured 05/06

Sandra Landmark, Anesthesiology - promoted to Associate Professor

Huagui Li, Medicine (Cardiology) - received tenure

Shailendra Saxena, Family Medicine - received tenure

Garrett Soukup, Biomedical Sciences - received tenure and promoted to Associate Professor


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