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UC Davis School of Medicine Alumni Association

board of directors 2009–2011

President
Jamie McManus, M.D.,

School of Medicine '79, Residency '82

Vice President
Michael Carl, M.D.,

School of Medicine '92, Residency '95

Joseph Antognini, M.D.
Residency '87

Mark V. Blum, M.D.
Residency '77

Terrance T. Chang, M.D.,
School of Medicine '75

Jamie Cobb, M.D.,
School of Medicine '93, Residency '96

Douglas S. Gross, M.D., Ph.D.,
School of Medicine '90

I-Mei Hsiu, M.D.,
School of Medicine '97

Michael Lucien, M.D., M.P.H.,
School of Medicine '79

John M. Osborn, M.D.
Residency '72

Rajiv S. Pathak, M.D.
Residency '90

Peggy (Margaret) Portwood, M.D.,
School of Medicine '77, Residency '80

Praveen Prasad, M.D.,
School of Medicine '78, Residency '81 & '87

Denise Satterfield, M.D.,
School of Medicine '87, Residency '91

Topher Stephenson, M.D.
Residency '08

ex officio members

Mark C. Henderson, M.D.
Associate Dean, Admissions and Outreach

William McGowan
Chief Financial Officer

Thomas Nesbitt, M.D., M.P.H.
Associate Vice Chancellor,

Strategic Technologies and Alliances

Claire Pomeroy, M.D., M.B.A.
Vice Chancellor, Human Health Sciences, and Dean, School of Medicine

Ben A. Rich, J.D., Ph.D.
Alumni Association

Endowed Chair of Bioethics

school of medicine alumni office

Beth Abad
Alumni and Development Officer 916-734-9410

Katherine Flores: pioneering program draws disadvantaged students into medical studies

Medical Alumna: Katherine Flores
Alumna Katherine Flores' pioneering program draws disadvantaged students into medical studies

More than 500 economically and socially disadvantaged young people in Fresno County have embarked on studies in health care during the past decade, thanks to a UC Davis School of Medicine alumna.

The transvaluation of values: ethics in public health emergencies

On Bioethics: Ben Rich
The transvaluation of values – ethics in public health emergencies

The contingency planning that has taken place since the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks and the professional literature that has informed and responded to these initiatives have identified ethical implications that are profound and, in some instances, troubling.

UC Davis Health > Health Alumni and Friends

Spring / Summer 2010

Spring / Summer 2010 Issue Cover
Spring / Summer 2010 Issue

UC Davis Health System is proud to be home to medical, nursing, family nurse practitioner / physician assistant, public health and health informatics students and to also be the internship site for pharmacy, nutrition and other programs. Improving the health of our communities requires that we bring together these perspectives, and UC Davis is well positioned to do so.

UC Davis School of Medicine Alumni