Scott and Morrison Academic Affairs Appointments

 

Paul Roth, M.D., Dean of the UNM School of Medicine and Interim Vice President for the Health Sciences Centers, recently announced promotions within the School of Medicine's Office of Academic Affairs.

Susan Scott, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics, who has been serving as Associate Dean of Academic Affairs since January 1, 2002 has had an appointment change to Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.  

Leslie Morrison, associate professor, Vice Chair of Neurology and Division Chief for Child Neurology within the Department of Neurology, has been appointed as Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs.

Morrison is a graduate of the UNM School of Medicine and did her training in pediatrics and child neurology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.  She   has been on faculty at the UNM SOM for 13 years.  Her primary focus in the Office of Academic Affairs will be in FIBCI and in faculty development.


Contact: Cindy Foster, 272-3322

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