Fourth candidate announced for vice president for medical affairs, Carver College of Medicine dean

Bradley E. Britigan

A University of Iowa search committee has announced the fourth finalist for the next vice president for medical affairs and dean of the Carver College of Medicine.

Bradley E. Britigan is the Stokes-Shackleford Professor and Dean of the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Medicine in Omaha, Nebraska. He is also responsible for the UNMC faculty practice plan in partnership with the CEOs of Nebraska Medicine and Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha. His research focus is internal medicine and infectious disease.

Britigan will meet with faculty, staff, students, shared governance, and campus leadership during a campus visit Sept. 1—2. He will participate in an open forum from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1, in 1110 Prem Sahai Auditorium in the Medical Education Research Facility, 375 Newton Road. A Zoom option also is available at https://uiowa.zoom.us/j/96831673221.

You can view Britigan’s curriculum vitae here.

Third candidate announced for vice president for medical affairs, Carver College of Medicine dean

Selwyn O. Rogers Jr.

A University of Iowa search committee has announced the third finalist for the next vice president for medical affairs and dean of the Carver College of Medicine.

Selwyn O. Rogers, Jr. is Dr. James E. Bowman, Jr. Professor at the University of Chicago, the founding director of the trauma center at University of Chicago Hospitals, executive vice president of community health engagement, and chief of the Section of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. His clinical and research interests focus on understanding the health care needs of underserved populations.

Rogers will meet with faculty, staff, students, shared governance, and campus leadership during a campus visit Aug. 29—30. He will participate in an open forum from noon to 1 p.m. Monday, Aug. 29, in 1110 Prem Sahai Auditorium in the Medical Education Research Facility, 375 Newton Road. A Zoom option also is available at https://uiowa.zoom.us/j/92254016944.

You can view Rogers’ curriculum vitae here.

The name of each candidate will be announced one day prior to their visit.

Second candidate announced for vice president for medical affairs, Carver College of Medicine dean

Cristen P. Page

A University of Iowa search committee has announced the second finalist for the next vice president for medical affairs and dean of the Carver College of Medicine.

Cristen P. Page is executive dean of the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, where she leads the school’s missions of research, education, and clinical care. She supervises a team of vice deans, chairs, and center directors who work together to set a vision and strategy for the school of medicine. She sits on the UNC Health Board of Directors and UNC Health Executive Council. Her research focuses include rural health workforce and health services.

Page will meet with faculty, staff, students, shared governance, and campus leadership during a campus visit Aug. 25—26. She will participate in an open forum from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25, in 1110 Prem Sahai Auditorium in the Medical Education Research Facility, 375 Newton Road. A Zoom option also is available at https://uiowa.zoom.us/j/98732599630.

You can view Page’s curriculum vitae here.

The name of each candidate will be announced one day prior to their visit.

First candidate announced for vice president for medical affairs, Carver College of Medicine dean

Sandra Wong

A University of Iowa search committee has announced the first finalist for the next vice president for medical affairs and dean of the Carver College of Medicine.

Sandra L. Wong is the William N and Bessie Allyn Professor of Surgery and chair of the Department of Surgery at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and Dartmouth Health. She also is Professor of the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice. She is a surgical oncologist and health services researcher with a long record of research funding from the National Institutes of Health, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and the American Cancer Society.

Wong will meet with faculty, staff, students, shared governance and campus leadership during a campus visit Aug. 22—23. She will participate in an open forum from noon to 1 p.m. Monday, Aug. 22, in 1110 Prem Sahai Auditorium in the Medical Education Research Facility, 375 Newton Road. A Zoom option also is available at https://uiowa.zoom.us/j/94606472050.

You can view Wong’s curriculum vitae here.

The name of each candidate will be announced one day prior to their visit.