Our model of neighborhood care is shaping a new culture of care, one that is prepared to tend to the health needs of the great community we serve.... Read More
Office of Academic Affairs & Faculty Development
The Office of Academic Affairs & Faculty Development appoints, promotes, and provides professional development opportunities for faculty. We serve as a central resource for the Health Sciences by providing guidance, resources, and training to enhance the success of individual faculty. We also strive to strengthen cohesion and collaboration among all colleges, schools, and departments.
It’s the persistence and dedication of employees like Valerie Cook that put University of Utah Health on Forbes’ list of Best Employers this year. Find out why Valerie puts up to 540 miles a week on her car to work as a nurse in our emergency room. ... Read More
Jason Shepherd was awarded the Ben Barres Early Career Acceleration Award from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.... Read MoreNeurobiology and Anatomy
A partnership between U of U Health Plans and the state’s booming tech industry will be beneficial for both. Chad Westover, CEO, sees enormous potential in the agreement. ... Read More
U of U Health aspires to be a place where patients want to come, where binding community partnerships are made, and where people want to work and train. Chief of Staff for Clinical Affairs, Dayle Benson, DHA, shares the values that motivate our clinical leaders in their work. ... Read More
As we celebrate nine years among the nation’s Top 10 academic medical centers for quality and safety, Chief Medical Quality Officer Bob Pendleton, MD, reflects on the cultural evolution that is driving our deep commitment to improved patient care. ... Read MoreObstetrics and Gynecology