Health Sciences Report (1993)

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Identifier 1993_Vol.17 No.1
Title Health Sciences Report (1993)
Subject Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
Description HealthSciences Report CANCER THE BATTLE OF both SEXES Winter 1993 John M. Matsen, M.D. NEW LEADERSHIP FOR HEALTH SCIENCES The Health Sciences Center welcomed a new vice president in January: John M. Matsen, M. D., professor and chair of the Depart-ment of Pathology in the School of Medicine. Matsen replaced Walter Stevens, Ph. D., who had been acting vice president for health sciences since September 1991, when William A. Gay, Jr., M. D., returned to the Department of Surgery after serving one year as vice president. Stevens, associate dean for research in the medical school and professor of anatomy, was named interim dean of the medical school. A Salt Lake City native, Matsen received his pre- medical educa-tion at Brigham Young University and the University of California at Los Angeles ( UCLA). He earned his medical degree from UCLA, where he also completed his internship and residency. Matsen completed a postdoctoral fellowship in infectious diseases and clinical microbiology at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine and was a postdoctoral trainee at the Clinical Microbiology Laboratories at the University of Washington. In 1968, he joined the faculty at University of Minnesota Hospitals and served as director of the Diagnostic Microbiology Laboratories. In October 1974, Matsen returned to Utah as professor of pathol-ogy and pediatrics in the School of Medicine, and became director of the Clinical Laboratories at University medical center. He also was named director of the Clinical Microbiology Laboratories at Univer-sity Hospital and at the Salt Lake Veterans Administration Medical Center. From 1978- 81, he was associate dean for academic affairs at the medical school. Matsen is past president of both the Academy of Clinical Lab-oratory Physicians and Scientists, and the National Association of Pathology Chairmen. He serves as chair of the Council on Education and Research of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, and the executive council of the Association of Pathology Chairmen, a HEALTH SCIENCES REPORT UNIVERSITY OF UTAH Vol. 17, No. 1
Publisher University of Utah Health Care Office of Public Affairs and Marketing
Date 1993
Language eng
Relation University of Utah Health Care Office of Public Affairs and Marketing Collection
Rights Management Copyright 2012
Holding Institution Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah
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Date Created 2012-04-12
Date Modified 2018-03-14
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