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  • Welcome – New Faculty New Faculty Meet & Greet Reception December 9 th 2009
  • Charles H. McKown, Jr., M.D. Vice President & Dean
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    • On behalf of the faculty and staff of Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, I welcome you to an institution where passion meets priorities. 
    • This philosophy is evident through the encouraging atmosphere of teaching, learning and professional development among our faculty who provide quality health care to our patients on a daily basis. I am delighted that you will be a part of our team and I look forward to our future with you on board.
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    • Established in 1975, first graduating class in 1981
    • Established via federal – state partnership (Teague-Cranston Act)
    • Community-based
    • Strong primary care & rural health emphasis
    • Growing specialty programs
    Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine
    • Nationally accredited graduate and professional education with a focus on meeting the State’s need for primary care physicians
    • Leading edge competitive research programs relevant to the health care needs of the State and region
    • High quality, cost effective clinical service programs to maintain and improve the health of the region’s citizens
    • Public service programs designed to improve the health of the region’s citizens and the economic vitality of its communities with a special emphasis on the needs of its rural areas
    Mission
    • M.D. Degree
      • 75 students per year - 300 total
      • Accredited by the Liasion Committee on Medical Education (LCME) of the AAMC and the AMA
    • Biomedical Sciences – M.S. & Ph.D. Degrees
      • Masters Program (Research & Med. Prep.) - 32 students
      • Forensic Science Masters - 28 students
      • Ph.D. Program - 30 students
    • Graduate Medical Education (GME)
      • Residency (7) & Fellowship (3) Programs
      • 150 trainees
      • Accredited by Accreditation Commission on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) & specialty specific Residency Review Committees (RRC)
    SOM Educational Programs
    • Cabell Huntington Hospital
    • St. Mary’s Medical Center
    • Huntington VA Medical Center
    • Medical students, residents and fellows receive experiential training in hospital & outpatient settings
    • Hospitals provide significant financial support for residency & fellowship training (stipends, benefits & faculty support)
    Hospital Educational Affiliations
    • $10+ million annually in multidisciplinary & integrated research focused on:
      • Cancer biology, including nutrition
      • Cardiovascular health, obesity & diabetes
      • Neurosciences
    • Capacity-building INBRE & COBRE programs
    • Federal stimulus funding - $3+ million
    • Commercialization
    Research Programs
    • 300,000+ patient visits per year
    • 8,000+ hospital admissions
    • 55,000+ surgical & interventional procedures
    • Exclusive Services
      • Pediatric subspecialties including NICU & PICU
      • Trauma & Burn services
      • High Risk Obstetrics & Infertility
      • Orthopaedic & Neuroscience sub-specialties
      • Cancer sub-specialties
      • Geriatrics
      • Infectious Diseases
    Clinical Service Programs
    • Charity & Uncompensated Care
    • $10+ million annually
    • Robert C. Byrd Center for Rural Health
    • Diabetes outreach & education
    • School-based health & dental services
    • Distance education & telemedicine
    • Virtual colonoscopy project
    Public Service Programs
  • SOM Facilities
  • Robert W. Coon Medical Education Building (MEB) & Research Addition
    • MEB built in 1981 by the VA for the School’s use
    • 75,000 square feet, four floors
    • First year medical student education – Gross Anatomy Lab
    • Faculty research labs & support facilities
    • 40,000 square foot Research Addition completed in 1997, $9 million
  • Robert C. Byrd Biotechnology Science Center
    • 145,000 square foot, $45 million completed in 2006
    • Classroom for first year medical student education
    • Faculty research labs for SOM, College of Science & MIIR
  • Marshall University Medical Center
    • 185,000 square foot, $35 million center completed in 1998
    • University Physicians Center - patient care & medical student, resident & fellow teaching clinics
    • Byrd Center for Rural Health – outreach offices, conference center, health science library & SOM offices
  • Erma Ora Byrd Clinical Education Center
    • 80,000 square foot, $23.5 million facility completed in 2007
    • Second year med student classrooms & Clinical Skills Lab
    • Teaching clinics for Internal Medicine, IM Specialties & Cardiology
  • Forensic Science Center, Addition & Annex
    • 32,000 square foot, $9 million, three building complex
    • CODIS laboratories
    • Master’s program classrooms & training labs
    • Faculty offices, labs and support facilities
  • Introducing the Dean’s staff
  • Aaron McGuffin, MD Senior Associate Dean Medical Student Education
    • The Office of Medical Education is committed to providing excellent patient care to our West Virginia family and to others by graduating exemplary medical students. Our students receive excellent training in the areas of medical knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviors, taught by our dedicated basic science and clinical faculty. This relationship of teacher-learner evolves over the four years to create compassionate, life-long learning physicians prepared for the challenges of clinical practice. We are committed to being a family for our graduates wherever they go as they carry out their passion to practice medicine.
  • Robert C. Nerhood, M.D Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs
    • Provide general oversight of the clinical activities of the School of Medicine including all aspects of the patient/provider interface.
  • Richard Niles, PhD. Senior Associate Dean Research and Graduate Education
    • Functions of the Office of Research and Graduate Education
    • Recruitment and admission of MS and Ph.D. students for the biomedical sciences graduate program
    • Keep records of graduate student committees, progress reports, examinations, etc.
    • Provide funds for once/year trips of graduate students to present research findings at national meetings
    • Provide funds for graduate student stipends
    • Provide information to faculty on various grant funding opportunities.
    • Enhance translational research activity by facilitating interactions between basic science and clinical faculty with mutual interests
    • Selective support and maintenance of research facilities
    • Represent and advocate for the biomedical graduate program and the research program at the Medical School and University level
  • James J. Schneider Senior Associate Dean Finance & Administration
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    • Provide effective stewardship of the financial and physical resources of the School of Medicine
    • Facilitate the educational, research, clinical and public service missions of the School by insuring that such resources are available, sufficient and appropriately accessible  
    • Assist the School’s students, trainees, clients, faculty and staff in accessing the available resources in a timely, efficient and collegial manner
    • Maintain effective and appropriate oversight and control of such resources and a complete and accurate accounting of their use
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  • Karen Bledsoe Associate Dean External Affairs
  • Darshana Shah, PhD Associate Dean Professional Development in Medical Education
    • To play a key role in the educational activities of the medical school by working in collaboration with faculty to design, implement and assess new courses
    • To provide programs in numerous aspects of classroom and clinical teaching, to expand faculty knowledge base in education and enhance teaching skills
    • To develop workshops and seminars tailored to faculty need and request and assist individual faculty who would like to improve their teaching
    • To guide the School of Medicine towards closer alignment of resources and rewards with excellence and innovation in carrying out the teaching mission
  • Professional Development Partner on the Main campus Sherri Smith, PhD. Executive Director The Center for Teaching and Learning
    • Marshall University is committed to quality undergraduate and graduate education. To help achieve this goal, the Center for Teaching & Learning helps faculty enhance the nature and quality of the educational experience of all Marshall students through instructional and career development opportunities. University faculty must be experts in the processes of teaching and learning as well as experts in their discipline. The activities of the Center are designed to encourage innovative and effective teaching methods which will stimulate student learning.
    • Mission:
    • The Office of Student Affairs is committed to meeting the personal, academic and professional needs of students throughout all four years of medical education. We support students by being accessible, responsive, and advocating on their behalf. We work with faculty and administration to facilitate a positive learning environment based upon mutual respect between teacher and learner. Mutual respect precedes and contributes to the development of professional and collegial attitudes that must be nurtured in medical students so they can become skilled and compassionate health care providers.
    Marie Veitia, PhD Associate Dean Student Affairs
  • John B. Walden MD Associate Dean Outreach and Development
  • Paulette S. Wehner, MD Associate Dean Graduate Medical Education
    • The Office of Graduate Medical Education is committed to providing state-of-the-art training for resident physicians. Our dedication in the training of graduate medical residents will ensure they receive the necessary skills and professionalism to meet the health care needs of today's society.
  • David N. Bailey Assistant Dean Continuing Medical Education
    • Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine's Continuing Medical Education program is  committed to serving the physicians of the state of West Virginia and the tri-state region by  providing need driven educational activities which will support their ability to improve  the quality of health care of all  people of the region, especially those whose lives have been affected by illness, injury or life threatening events
  • Todd Gress, MD Assistant Dean Clinical Research
  • Tracy L. LeGrow, PsyD Assistant Dean: Academic Affairs
    • Mission
    • The Office of Academic Affairs is committed to providing excellence in medical education to ensure that our graduates possess the knowledge, skills and professional attributes necessary to meet society’s health care needs. It is our responsibility to develop, implement and oversee academic and professional policy and standards to facilitate this educational endeavor and to ensure that our students have met the standards prior to graduation.
  • Michael J. McCarthy Assistant Dean Information Technology
  • Beverly McCoy, MA Director Public Relations
  • Jennifer Plymale, MA Assistant Dean & Director Rural Health
    • The Robert C. Byrd Center for Rural Health is associated with the Joan C. Edward School of Medicine at Marshall University. The Center for Rural Health serves as the base for Marshall University's rural medicine outreach programs. In addition, the Center for Rural Health serves as a catalyst for research. Over the last five years the Center for Rural Health has received over $13 million dollars in state, federal and private dollars. Funding sources include, but are not limited to, the Department of Transportation, HRSA, Benedum Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Higher Education Policy Commission. These funds have been used for a number of diverse research activities such as recruitment and retention activities, development of telemedicine opportunities such as the Virtual Colonoscopy project, diabetes prevention and treatment, access to healthcare, tobacco cessation and community based behavioral health services.
  • JoAnn Raines, MA Assistant Dean Rural Programs
    • As a participant in the West Virginia Rural Health Education Partnership ( WVRHEP ), MUSOM offers medical students opportunities to complete at least two required months of rural clinical experiences during the third and fourth years. In accordance with LCME accreditation standards however, all rural placements must be completed under the supervision of MUSOM faculty.
    • Office of Rural Programs is committed to ensuring students receive an excellent rural experience by working with MUSOM Departments, WVRHEP Site Coordinators and Field Faculty to facilitate the rural placement process. The rural clinical experience is an important component of medical education here at the School of Medicine as placement of our graduates in rural areas continues to be a mission of the School.
  • Cindy Warren Assistant Dean Admissions & Student Affairs
  • Edward Dzierzak Director Library
  • Beth L. Hammers, MBA Director Compliance and Risk Management
  • Linda Holmes Director Development and Alumni Affairs
    • Provides strategic direction and is responsible for planning, management and execution of private sector fundraising activities in support of the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, including the annual giving program. In addition, the Executive Director oversees the alumni relations program for the School of Medicine.
  • Mark M. Stecker., MD, PhD Chair Curriculum Committee
      • The mission of the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine Curriculum Committee is to create an optimal learning environment and develop and implement the best possible curriculum for the medical students which will enhance their learning and provide a foundation for their professional careers as physicians.
  • Michael Moore, PhD Chair Promotion & Tenure committee