Author: Charlotte Anthony | Category: Around Campus | April 13, 2015
Dr. David S. Weiss, dean of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, has been named a University of Texas System Chancellor’s Health Fellow in Graduate Education.
The UT System Office of Health Affairs established the prestigious Chancellor’s Health Fellowship program in 2004 to recognize high-impact work at individual health institutions that are aligned with the overarching mission of the UT System and have potential for broad societal impact on health care, education and research.
The work of previous Chancellor’s Health Fellows has focused on patient care quality, public health, and health care ethics among other topics.
“The challenges in graduate education continue to mount,” said Dr. Weiss, who holds the Dielmann Chair in Basic Biomedical Investigation. “But this is an opportunity to look down the road and develop some innovative initiatives that will not just preserve, but, in fact, flourish graduate education within the UT System."
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