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Programs & Events for Faculty Advancement

Wendy Hobson-Rohrer, MD, MSPH, Associate Dean for Faculty Development, School of Medicine, and Wyatt Rory Hume, DDS, PhD, Associate Vice President for Health Sciences Academic Affairs and Education, Dean, School of Dentistry, direct programs and events that aim to advance faculty career development. We strive to elevate faculty success in education, research, and professional and personal skills.

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Bold Moves Build History
Health Care Transformation, Clinical, Education
Mar 13, 2017

Bold Moves Build History

An historic transformation is underway. We are building a new medical campus that reflects our commitment to providing outstanding care and realizing the promises of health care transformation.... Read More

Leaving a Research Legacy: Dean Y. Li Departing the U
Health Care Transformation, Clinical, Education, Research
Mar 07, 2017

Leaving a Research Legacy: Dean Y. Li Departing the U

As Dr. Dean Li's career takes an exciting new trajectory with Merck & Co., we celebrate his 23-year legacy of innovation and leadership that will propel the University of Utah forward for years to come. ... Read More

The Moments That Define Us: A Look Back at 2016
Health Care Transformation, Clinical, Research, Education
Dec 20, 2016

The Moments That Define Us: A Look Back at 2016

It was an exceptional year for the Health Sciences clinical mission, for our students who train at one of the top systems in the nation, and for accelerating discoveries that can change the way we practice and deliver science and medicine. Enjoy our 2016 year-end recap. ... Read More

A Bittersweet Farewell to Dr. Carrie Byington
Health Care Transformation, Education, Research, Clinical
Dec 13, 2016

A Bittersweet Farewell to Dr. Carrie Byington

As Dr. Carrie Byington prepares to return to her alma mater, Texas A&M, we celebrate her 21 years of incredible service and lasting contributions at the University of Utah. ... Read More

Research, Recognition
Nov 15, 2016

“That pizza was #delish!” What Do Tweets Say About Our Health?

Quynh Nguyen (Health Promotion and Education) led an interdisciplinary study with FeiFei Li (Computer Science), and Ming Wen (Sociology) and research assistants Dapeng Li and Hsien-Weng Meng. They’re showing that Twitter can be a powerful tool for understanding regional environmental and social factors that impact our health.... Read More


Wendy L. Hobson-Rohrer, MSPH, FAAP, MD
Wendy L. Hobson-Rohrer, MD, MSPH, FAAP

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