New associate dean for clinical education named

June 16, 2010

Eileen Moser assumed the role of associate dean for clinical education on June 1. She succeeds Maryellen Gusic, who will leave at the end of the month to assume her new position as executive associate dean, educational affairs at the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Board certified in internal medicine and geriatrics, Moser brings a broad background in medical education on the undergraduate, graduate, and continuing medical education arenas. After graduating from Georgetown University, she completed medical school and residency at UMDNJ- New Jersey Medical School. She joined the VA- New Jersey Health Care System and advanced to associate chief of medicine for education and associate program director. She then served as associate dean for faculty development, director of resident professional development, and course creator and director of a Health Beliefs and Behavior course at UMNDJ-New Jersey Medical School.

Moser led a team of faculty at Touro University College of Medicine, a proposed new medical school, to create an innovative medical education curriculum which was subsequently lauded by the LCME. She served in several leadership positions in the American College of Physicians including governor and president of the NJ Chapter, member of the Executive Committee for the Board of Governors, and chair of Chapters Subcommittee. Given her passion for medical education, Moser recently completed her coursework for her masters in health professions education at University of Illinois at Chicago. Her research interests are in medical education and behavior change.

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