College of Medicine Brown Bag Teaching Lunch Series

This series provides faculty the opportunity to explore emerging and perennial teaching and learning topics. These workshops are hosted by faculty who discuss different research-based strategies and methods that they’ve implemented in their own classrooms. 



Women in Medicine and Science

WIMS provides a forum for discussion of the issues and opportunities impacting women in an academic medical center and to foster networks and Meeting Groups

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Mark Segal, MD, PhD

Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Nephrology, Hypertension, & Renal Transplantation, College of Medicine Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development.

Mark Segal


Ellen Zimmermann, MD

Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition, College of Medicine Associate Dean for Faculty Development

Ellen Zimmermann


Mr. Ronald L. Anderson

The Office of the Ombuds for Faculty provides a confidential environment in which faculty can receive informal, impartial and independent assistance for conflict resolution. The Ombuds may also offer assistance to faculty seeking information on university conflict resolution processes. The Ombuds is prepared to assist faculty with strategies to solve problems and minimize escalation of conflicts as well as work to identify patterns of emerging issues in order to recommend university and college policy review based on these patterns. The role of the Ombuds is to offer an impartial perspective in informal resolution procedures. The Ombuds does not advocate for an individual or the institution nor attempt to mediate a dispute. The Ombuds does not replace the institution’s existing processes and resources for formal conflict resolution.


Hamleen Gregoire MBA

Administrator for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development


Melissa Liverman

Administrative Specialist for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development.


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