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Kevin B. Larry Jameson, executive vice president of the University of Pennsylvania for the Health System and dean of the Perelman School of Medicine, announced. Mahoney will assume his post on July 1, succeeding Ralph W. Mahoney is a year veteran of leadership roles at Penn Medicine, currently serving as the executive vice president and chief administrative officer for UPHS, as well as the executive vice dean for Integrative Services for the Perelman School of Medicine. Reporting to Dr. Jameson, Mr. Mahoney will lead a health system which has grown over the past six years from three Philadelphia-based academic medical centers to encompass a broad footprint across the region, including the addition of three nationally recognized hospitals stretching from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, to Princeton, New Jersey, and an expansive outpatient network which provides more than 5.

Among his marquee leadership achievements at Penn Medicine, Mr. Jameson said.

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Mahoney said. Having worked at Penn Medicine for 23 years, I have seen first-hand the miracles performed by our faculty, physicians and staff. I know our best days are ahead with even more breakthrough treatments and the continued evolution of patient-centered care. I am grateful to President Gutmann and Dr. Jameson for giving me this unparalleled opportunity to continue serving Penn, Penn Medicine and our patients.

David L. Heyer, chair of the Penn Medicine Board, provided key counsel during the national search process for the CEO role, which began after Mr. Muller announced plans to step down last June. Mahoney received his bachelor of arts degree in economics from Millersville University and an MBA and doctorate in business administration from Temple University.

He serves on numerous boards for non-profit organizations in the Delaware Valley, including Puentes de Salud and Community Volunteers in Medicine.

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He has been recognized for his dedication to community and volunteer work, most recently as the recipient of the Heart of Philadelphia Award by the American Heart Association. The event will take place in Irvine Auditorium at 3 p.

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Penn President Amy Gutmann and a panel of distinguished guests will have a wide-ranging discussion of the opioid crisis. President Gutmann will moderate the disucssion.

The panelists will be:. Joseph R. Biden Jr. Jeanmarie Perrone: professor of emergency medicine and director of medical toxicology, Perelman School of Medicine, Penn. Live Webcast will be available online. He has collaborations with many researchers at Penn and throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. Vagelos, Penn parents, in honor of longtime Nobel Prize-winning chemistry professor Dr. Alan MacDiarmid.

He currently serves as chairman of the Board at Regeneron Pharmaceuticals. Diana T. Vagelos is a former overseer of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Asif Agha, professor of anthropology, has been named the Francis E. Johnston Term Professor. Agha is a leading linguistic anthropologist whose research examines the structure and organization of human language and its use in human affairs, as well as ladies seeking sex tonight me berwick 3901 role of language use and communication in giving rise to forms of social organization.

Agha currently serves as president of the Society for Linguistic Anthropology within the American Anthropological Association, as editor of the journal s and Society and as past editor of the Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. This chair was created through the bequest of G.

Johnston, a biological anthropologist and an emeritus professor of anthropology at Penn. Johnston, who completed his PhD at Penn inwas on the faculty of the department of anthropology for nearly four decades and served as department chair from to Edward M. He teaches first-year medical students in the immunology course, graduate students within the immunology and cell and molecular biology graduate groups and medical students, residents and fellows on the inpatient wards and outpatient clinics.

In all of these settings, he strives to bring the basic tenets of fundamental immunology to connections with conditions that affect patients. He founded and teaches an intensive week Immunology Boot Camp course for clinical fellows across the Perelman School of Medicine campus to reintroduce immunology fundamentals with clinical connections for trainees interested in updating their knowledge base.

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Over the past 10 years, Dr. His passion for basic science and its potential for enhancing clinical patient care is matched by his passion for passing on this knowledge to the next generation of students. This enthusiasm has been noted by trainees at all levels, who recognize him as a role model as a physician-scientist-educator. He is consistently generous, insightful, strategic and kind.

Meryl S. She is currently professor of pediatrics at PSOM. Cohen was the medical director of the echocardiography laboratory at CHOP for 14 years. She is currently the program director for the cardiology fellowship, which trains six fellows a year along with multiple advanced cardiology fellows. She is an associate chief of the division of cardiology. She has mentored over 40 medical students, residents and fellows.

Cohen is that her teaching is excellent in every aspect that we interact with her. She is of course nationally-recognized as an authority on echocardiography and her lectures on morphology and imaging are a highlight of the schedule. Sharon Lewis is an assistant professor of neurology who specializes in general neurology and neuromuscular medicine.

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She completed her neurology residency and neuromuscular fellowship at Penn in and stayed on as a faculty member. Lewis enjoys teaching in both the pre-clinical and clinical years and has a strong interest in mentoring trainees. She organizes the neurology faculty lecture series and coordinates the medical student outpatient neurology rotations at Pennsylvania Hospital.

In addition, Dr. Lewis is the program director for the Penn Pipeline Program, which is a multi-tiered mentorship and education initiative that teaches health-care concepts to local West Philadelphia high school students and serves students who are underrepresented in medicine.

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Greg Mayro is an associate professor of clinical medicine. Mayro thoroughly enjoys teaching at the bedside and inspires critical thinking. Mayro was an outstanding attending to work with. He set a strong tone of respect, empathy and curiosity, which made learning and working as a team incredibly rewarding.

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I very much appreciated the time he took to check in with all members of the team and intersperse teaching points throughout. Jon B. Morris is the Ernest F. Rosato-William Maul Measey Professor in Surgical Education, vice chair of education for the department of surgery and the associate dean for student affairs. Graduate medical education has played a central role in ladies seeking sex tonight me berwick 3901 professional career; he has led the General Surgical Residency for 15 years In addition to being the past president of the Association of Program Directors in SurgeryDr.

Morris has received a of teaching accolades for his efforts in surgical education, including the Faculty Teaching Award 5the Ernest F. Morris has created an environment in the Penn Surgery Residency that fosters growth of the individual in clinical care, leadership, teaching and administration, and builds a healthy community of diverse, collaborative and respectful surgeons in training.

Lisa B. Zaoutis is an associate professor of clinical pediatrics and recently stepped down as the director of the pediatrics residency program at CHOP.

She is a general pediatric hospitalist and a pioneer in helping to establish the field of pediatric hospital medicine at CHOP and nationally. She is the co-editor of Comprehensive Pediatric Hospital Medicine, a field-defining textbook now in its second edition.

Practicing and teaching medicine has been a passion for Dr. Zaoutis throughout her career, especially teaching learners to think independently and logically. She actively works to promote the individual performance of each member of the team, while keeping the team working together to deliver the best possible care to the patients on the service.

She sees it as her mission to teach us as much as possible and have fun doing it. Z is just that kind of teacher. Without a shred of ego, Dr. Z remains one of our most effective and dynamic teachers. Z is a phenomenal physician and teacher. Energetic, passionate and fun, she exudes a profound sense of curiosity and wonder about the human body and the disease processes that affect it. This inspires those working with her to view medicine with a similar sense of wonder and awe. This award was established by the department of anesthesia in As a pioneer in the specialty of anesthesia and chair of the department from ladies seeking sex tonight me berwick 3901Dr.

Dripps was instrumental in the training of more than residents and fellows, many of whom went on to chair other departments. This award is to recognize excellence as an educator of residents and fellows in clinical care, research, teaching or administration.