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  1. 1. College of Medicine Structure and Governance Jay A. Perman, M.D. Dean, College of Medicine Vice President for Clinical Affairs
  2. 2. Welcome to UK College of Medicine
  3. 3. College of Medicine Departments Basic Science (8) • Anatomy & Neurobiology • Behavioral Science • Microbiology, Immunology & Molecular Genetics • Graduate Center for Toxicology Clinical Science (16) • Anesthesiology • Diagnostic Radiology • Emergency Medicine • Family and Community Medicine • Internal Medicine • Neurology • Neurosurgery • Obstetrics & Gynecology • Graduate Center for Nutritional Sciences/Human Nutrition • Molecular & Biomedical Pharmacology • Molecular & Cellular Biochemistry • Physiology • Ophthalmology • Orthopaedic Surgery • Pathology & Laboratory Medicine • Pediatrics • Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation • Psychiatry • Radiation Medicine • Surgery
  4. 4. Multidisciplinary Centers • Center for Rural Health • Sanders-Brown Center on Aging/Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center • Lucille Parker Markey Cancer Center • Linda and Jack Gill Heart Institute/Cardiovascular Research Center • Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy Center • General Clinical Research Center • Center on Drug and Alcohol Research • Spinal Cord and Brain Injury Research Center • Structural Biology • Center for Sensor Technology • Women’s Health • Parkinson’s Disease Research Center • Kentucky Neuroscience Institute • Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery • Transplant Center • Center for Muscle Biology
  5. 5. Purpose of the Dean’s Office • To assist chairs, center directors and faculty in doing their job • To oversee and support the faculty’s clinical, education and research activities • To consistently enhance the educational experience for our medical students, graduate students and residents • Servant leadership
  6. 6. Dean and Vice President for Clinical Affairs Jay A. Perman, M.D. Senior Associate Dean for Basic Science Affairs Louis B. Hersh, Ph.D. Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education C. Darrell Jennings, M.D. Senior Associate Dean for Research Alan Daugherty, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Administration and Finance Peter Gilbert Associate Dean for AHEC and Community Outreach James Norton, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Admissions and Institutional Advancement Carol Elam, Ed.D. Dean’s Senior Administrative Group
  7. 7. Senior Associate Dean for Basic Science Affairs Louis B. Hersh, Ph.D. Advises Dean and works collegially with Senior Associate Deans for Research and Education on matters of academic affairs and operations relating to the basic science departments
  8. 8. Senior Associate Dean for Education C. Darrell Jennings, M.D. • Student Affairs • Student assessment and program evaluation • Curriculum – curricular governance/quality assurance, innovation and structure • Medical school admissions through Associate Dean Elam • Education research • Faculty Educator Development • Clinical Skills Center – standardized Patient and Simulation programs, Computer Learning Center, etc. • Combined Programs – MD/PhD, MD/MBA, MD/MPH, MD/MS and BS/MD pipeline program in collaboration with Senior Associate Dean for Research • Graduate Medical Education through Assistant Dean Susan McDowell, M.D.
  9. 9. Senior Associate Dean for Research Alan Daugherty, Ph.D. • Assures optimal infrastructure for COM research and development of physician investigators. • Provides oversight and coordination of UKCRO, GCRC, K30, Physician Scientist and Dean’s Clinical Scholar Programs. • Serves as consultant to training awards and programs based in individual departments and centers. • In collaboration with Senior Associate Dean for Education, enhances MD/PhD program. • In collaboration with Senior Associate Dean for Basic Science Affairs, promotes interface between clinical and basic science research. – Promotes culture of multidisciplinary teams – Promotes pairing of basic and clinical scientists and trainees. • Promotes college-wide culture of mentoring.
  10. 10. Associate Dean for AHEC and Community Outreach James C. Norton, Ph.D. • Area Health Education Centers management and associated programs • Dean’s liaison to community entities and community-based faculty
  11. 11. Associate Dean for Admissions and Institutional Advancement Carol Elam, Ed.D. • Director of Admissions • Director of Medical Education Research • Advancement of institutional image
  12. 12. Associate Dean for Administration and Finance Peter Gilbert Administration • Operations management • Space and facilities management • Human Resources • Recruitment and retention • Contracts and grants flow • Academic and business planning • Strong liaison function with department administrators
  13. 13. Associate Dean for Administration and Finance Peter Gilbert Finance • Management – overall finances of College, working with University, College and Department/Center leadership • Creates systems and processes to enable financial management • Ensures compliance with proper financial and accounting standards • Creates and sustains systems for accurate, reliable financial statements for COM and its constituencies • Budgeting and strategic financial planning for COM • Payroll
  14. 14. Office of Sponsored Projects Administration Three staff members dedicated to the College of Medicine • Advice on budget preparation and assistance with other administrative requirements of proposals • Transmission of proposals to sponsors • Review, negotiation and acceptance of awards • Information regarding sponsor policies and regulations • Preparation of subcontract documents
  15. 15. Program Coordinator for New Faculty Orientation and Compliance Lana Spicer New Clinical Faculty Orientation • Oversees Clinical Faculty Orientation Program in the College via New Clinical Faculty Orientation Checklist • Serves as point of contact and resource for Faculty Orientation Program Compliance Program • Monitors compliance for Medical Center Corporate Compliance, HIPAA, Sexual Harassment, Employee Health Program, KMSF billing Compliance, Bloodborne Pathogen Training, Central Line Placement and offer training options • Serves as point of contact and resource for Compliance Programs
  16. 16. Chief of Staff Julane Hamon • Manages internal and external communication materials for the College of Medicine – Dean’s Newsletter, College of Medicine Bulletin, UK Medicine magazine and College of Medicine Annual Report • Serves as liaison between the College and UK PR and UK HealthCare marketing to ensure visibility of faculty’s accomplishments • Manages special projects in conjunction with Elsie Stines, Director of Collaborative Programs
  17. 17. Dean’s Advisory Council Twenty-six members who are either UK COM alumni, UK undergraduate alumni or philanthropic supporters of the College • Increase awareness of the College in Kentucky and across the nation • Increase private philanthropic support by assisting in major fundraising efforts • Provide advice on programs and projects that are of interest to the economic development of the state • Form an advocacy network for the College
  18. 18. Dean’s Advisory Council • John D. Baxter, M.D., San Francisco, Calif. • Robert Bergen, M.D. ’68, Fort Lee, N.J. • Penny Brown, Corbin, Ky. • Robert Brown III, J.D., Corbin, Ky. • Robert M. Carey, M.D., M.A.C.P., Charlottesville, Va. • John W. Collins, M.D., ’71, Lexington, Ky. • Laura Dawahare, M.B.A., Lexington, Ky. • Jack M. Gill, Ph.D., Houston, Texas • Linda Challis Gill, Houston, Texas • Robert P. Granacher, M.D., M.B.A., ’72, Lexington, Ky. • Ardis D. Hoven, M.D., ’70, Lexington, Ky. • David M. Lawrence, M.D. M.P.H., ’66, Geyserville, Calif. • Thomas B. Logan, M.D., ’67, Henderson, Ky. • Yvonne McDowell, M.D.,’80, J.D., Los Angeles, Ca. • Robert McIntyre, J.D., Lexington, Ky. • Charles G. Nichols, M.D., ’71, Pikeville, Ky. • Edwin J. Nighbert, M.D., ’66, Lexington, Ky. • Todd G. Prewitt, M.D., ’92, Louisville, Ky. • Michael D. Rankin, M.D., ’80, Danville, Ky. • Irving Rosenstein, Lexington, Ky. • Ronald Saykaly, M.D., F.A.C.R., Lexington, Ky. • Marc D. Shapiro, M.D., ’74, Melbourne Beach, Fla. • Alice Sparks, Crestview Springs, Ky. • Linda Jewell Strojan, M.A., Aiken, SC • Carl W. Watson, M.D., ’64, Oakland, Calif. • William H. Wilson, M.A., Lexington, Ky.
  19. 19. Committees • Faculty Council • Faculty Committees – Admissions – Faculty Appointments, Promotions and Tenure – Curriculum – Diversity – Financial Aid – International Activities – Interprofessional – Postdoctoral Advisory – Student Progress and Promotions – Student Professional Code • Student Advisory Council
  20. 20. KMSF – Faculty Practice Organization • Broad representation of faculty – All departments represented by chair – Elected members of Board representing faculty at large & faculty areas (6) • Two faculty-wide • One each for medical specialty, surgical services, primary care and hospital-based faculty • For each position, two candidates to be selected by Nominating Committee and by faculty petition (10 signatures) • Three-year staggered terms
  21. 21. Faculty Practice Organization Bylaws • Operational Proposals for New FPO – Standing committees: • Finance • Audit • Nominating and Governance • Clinical Practice/Management committee • Managed Care and Contracting committee • Compliance Committee – Committees composed of Board members and non- board member faculty – appointed by Board – Committees have defined scope of responsibility for practice and quality issues – Committees accountable to Board
  22. 22. Medical Campus of the Future • Health Sciences Learning Center • College of Dentistry • College of Health Sciences • College of Medicine • College of Nursing • College of Pharmacy • College of Public Health • Health care library • Research buildings • Student housing • Parking and power plant
  23. 23. • Oct. 19, 2009 — Legislative Mini-Medical School • January — Statewide Kickoff with community press releases • Monthly — Dean’s Distinguished Lecture Series • April 16, 2010 — Academic Symposium: Designing Physicians for the next 50 Years • Spring/Summer/Fall — Dean’s Tour • August — Special White Coat Ceremony featuring a member from each class • September— Staff Appreciation Event • September 23, 2010 — 50th Anniversary of Medical Center Opening - Convocation • October 14-17, 2010 — All-Alumni Homecoming with Signature Event 50th Anniversary Events