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Fall Leadership Mentoring Conference, 2011
(14th Annual )

Successful Strategies for Women in Academic Medicine
(This conference is made possible through the generous funding of the Dean of the School of Medicine and a grant from the Trustees' Council of Penn Women)

Date: October 21, 2011 (Friday)
Time
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7:30 AM - 4:15 PM
Location
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Hall of Flags, Houston Hall
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Perelman Quadrangle, 3417 Spruce Street

*Registration Fee: $20
Payment (cash or check* only please) at the event.

* Please make checks payable to "Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania" and indicate in memo portion "2011 FOCUS Fall Conference."

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PROGRAM

Leadership at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine recognizes the importance of women in academic medicine and supports various initiatives that address recruitment, retention, promotion, and overall job satisfaction for women medical faculty. In 1997, with support from the School of Medicine, FOCUS expanded its original mission in order to address the national data that show that, relative to their male colleagues, women medical faculty are over-represented in the junior ranks and are less likely to attain promotion or tenure. The overall program, FOCUS on Health & Leadership for Women, maintains a dual mission: to support the advancement and leadership of women in academic medicine, and to promote education and research in women's health.

This conference, Successful Strategies for Women in Academic Medicine, is designed to promote the retention and advancement of women faculty as they face the opportunities and challenges of careers in medicine and biomedical research at Penn. Through plenary sessions and interactive workshops, faculty will have opportunities for skill building, mentoring and networking designed to support their career progression.

Upon completion of the conference, participants should be able to:

  • Discuss current trends, challenges and opportunities in academic medicine
  • Learn about the flow of funding at Penn Medicine and how its allocation supports the tripartite institutional mission
  • Clarify personal and professional development goals and think strategically about how to negotiate work and family/life demands
  • Explore leadership through traditional and non-traditional paths
  • Learn about the experience of women in the political arena
  • Gain insight about how to establish and sustain effective mentoring relationships from the perspective of both mentors and mentees.
  • Establish networking relationships that foster support, growth and professional success

AUDIENCE:This event is open to all women faculty, instructors, lecturers, fellows and residents at Penn Medicine: MDs & PhDs; all Penn women in academic medicine in any rank or track or department are welcome to attend.


CONFERENCE AGENDA

7:30 – 8:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00 – 8:15

Welcome
Stephanie Abbuhl, MD
Executive Director, FOCUS

MORNING PLENARY SESSIONS

8:15 – 9:40

Funds Flow in an Integrated Health System: The Penn Model
Peter D. Quinn, DMD, MD
Kathleen F. Bramwell, MBA
Rebecca Cooke, MBA

Funds flow in academic medical centers can, by definition, be problematic. Since 2006, Penn has used a formulaic approach to resource allocation within our integrated Penn Medicine organization in order to have a fair and equitable rationale for funding our tripartite mission.

  • How do we support our tripartite mission with funds flow from the Health System to CPUP (practice plan) and the School of Medicine
  • How are research indirects used to support “unfunded” costs of research in the clinical practices
  • What are the basic tenets of compensation (base and “at risk”) in the clinical practices

9:40 – 9:50

Break

9:50 – 11:00

Building the Life You Want: Career Success and Personal Happiness
Deborah C. German, MD

Dr. German will share experiences in her personal and professional life that will illustrate how her view of success and happiness has allowed a nontraditional pathway to traditional success.

LUNCH & AWARD PRESENTATIONS

11:00 – 12:30

Lunch & Awards

Dean's Welcome
J. Larry Jameson, MD, PhD
Dean. Perelman School of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania

Annual FOCUS Award Presentation
2011 FOCUS Award for the Advancement of Women in Medicine <link>
Stephanie Abbuhl, MD

AFTERNOON PLENARY SESSION

12:30 – 1:40

Women and Political Leadership:
Why Women Don’t Run for Office and What Happens When They Do

Jennifer L. Lawless, PhD

Even in the highest tiers of professional accomplishment, women are substantially less likely than men to demonstrate ambition to seek elective office. Women are less likely than men to be recruited to run for office. They are less likely than men to think they are qualified to run for office. And they are less likely than men to express a willingness to run for office in the future. This gender gap in political ambition persists across generations and over time. Despite cultural evolution and society’s changing attitudes toward women in politics, running for public office remains a much less attractive and feasible endeavor for women than for men.

CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS (break-outs)

1:40 – 2:50

Striving for Professional Excellence and Advancing Personal Priorities
Deborah C. German, MD

After some opening comments, a case will be presented to the whole group for initial discussion and problem solving. Real life scenarios will be discussed in small groups of 2-4 participants as well as with the entire group. Lessons learned and pearls will be gathered from the discussions to share with the group. The end result will be additional insight and tools to help achieve professional success and personal satisfaction.

–OR–

Panel on Mentoring:
A Case Study Approach to Effective Mentoring Relationships

Karin L. McGowan, PhD, F(AAM), MS, SM(NRCM) 
Marcia S. Brose, MD PhD

C. Neill Epperson, MD
Deborah  Kim, MD

Dennis R. Durbin, MD MSCE
Allison E. Curry, PhD, MPH

Three effective and successful mentor/mentee dyads will share their insights and experience regarding what it takes to develop and sustain this important professional relationship. They will discuss what has worked and what has been challenging from both sides of the relationship. This interactive session will offer an opportunity to problem solve and develop strategies around challenges and opportunities that workshop participants have experienced in their own mentor/mentee relationships.

CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS (break-outs)

2:50 – 4:00

Panel on Mentoring:
A Case Study Approach to Effective Mentoring Relationships

Karin L. McGowan, PhD, F(AAM), MS, SM(NRCM) 
Marcia S. Brose, MD PhD

C. Neill Epperson, MD
Deborah  Kim, MD

Dennis R. Durbin, MD MSCE
Allison E. Curry, PhD, MPH

Three effective and successful mentor/mentee dyads will share their insights and experience regarding what it takes to develop and sustain this important professional relationship. They will discuss what has worked and what has been challenging from both sides of the relationship. This interactive session will offer an opportunity to problem solve and develop strategies around challenges and opportunities that workshop participants have experienced in their own mentor/mentee relationships.

–OR–

Striving for Professional Excellence and Advancing Personal Priorities
Deborah C. German, MD

After some opening comments, a case will be presented to the whole group for initial discussion and problem solving. Real life scenarios will be discussed in small groups of 2-4 participants as well as with the entire group. Lessons learned and pearls will be gathered from the discussions to share with the group. The end result will be additional insight and tools to help achieve professional success and personal satisfaction.

4:00 - 4:15

Wrap Up/Feedback on Conference
Stephanie Abbuhl, MD

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PRESENTER BIOS

A grant to FOCUS from the Trustees' Council of Penn Women has been dedicated toward our guest speaker honoraria.

GUEST SPEAKERS

Deborah C. German, MD
Vice President for Medical Affairs
Dean, University of Central Florida College of Medicine

Dr. GermanDeborah C. German, M.D. was appointed Founding Dean of the University of Central Florida College of Medicine in December 2006 and Vice President for Medical Affairs in July 2010. She leads the development of a full-scale medical school and academic medical center that is part of an evolving research-based medical city within a highly engaged central Florida community. As Dean of the UCF College of Medicine, she has hired more than 400 employees and appointed more than 1,600 volunteer faculty, gained preliminary accreditation from the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, and has overseen construction of more than 400,000 square feet of medical school space. She also raised enough money in broad-based community donations to provide full four-year scholarships for the college’s entire Charter Class, a first in American medical school history according to the Association of American Medical Colleges. As Vice President for Medical Affairs for the University of Central Florida, Dr. German oversees the medical practice plan and coordinates other medical initiatives.

Prior to her appointment at UCF, Dr. German spent a year as a Petersdorf Scholar-in-Residence at the Association of American Medical Colleges in Washington, D.C. There she studied the leadership of academic health centers framed in the concepts of chaos theory and complex adaptive system science. From 2002 to 2004, Dr. German served as President and Chief Executive Officer at Saint Thomas Hospital and Senior Vice President and Chief Academic Officer for Saint Thomas Health Services in Nashville. While there, she led a successful hospital turn-around and initiated service excellence and quality hospital programs that received national recognition while continuing to practice medicine.

Dr. German spent 13 years at Vanderbilt University, where she served as Associate Dean for Students and later Senior Associate Dean of Medical Education. During that time she also served as the National Chair for the Association of American Medical Colleges Group on Student Affairs. For eight years, Dr. German served as an Associate Investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute at the Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, where she studied adenosine metabolism. She became Director of the Duke Gout Clinics in 1984 and Associate Dean of Medical Education at Duke in 1987. During this time, she also maintained her own private practice of Internal Medicine and Rheumatology. Dr. German is a graduate of Boston University and Harvard Medical School. She completed an Internal Medicine residency at Strong Memorial Hospital at the University of Rochester in New York and a Fellowship in Rheumatic and Genetic Diseases at Duke University.

Dr. German has served on national committees and is recognized as a leader in medicine and medical education. She has served on the Board of Trustees for the Tennessee Medical Association and chaired the Tennessee Board of Directors for the Arthritis Foundation. Dr. German currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation and the Medical Advisory Board of the Central Florida YMCA. She is the current Treasurer of the Harvard Medical School Alumni Council. Many communities have recognized Dr. German for her contributions. The city of Nashville honored her as the recipient of the Athena Award and inducted her into the YWCA Academy for Women of Achievement. She is also a recipient of the AAMC Women in Medicine Leadership Development Award and was named a Local Legend of Medicine in the National Library of Medicine. In 2008, the Orlando Business Journal and Orlando Regional Healthcare named her Business Executive of the Year and Businesswoman of the Year. In that same year, Dr. German was recognized as the Orlando Sentinel Editorial Board’s Central Floridian of the Year. Most recently, Dr. German has been honored as a recipient of the Hospice of the Comforter’s Heart of Hospice Award, the Jewish National Fund Tree of Life Award, the Lighthouse Central Florida Community Visionary Award, and the Girl Scouts of Citrus Council Women of Distinction Awards: The Visionary Award.

Jennifer L. Lawless, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Government
Director, Women & Politics Institute, School of Public Affairs
American University

J. LawlessJennifer L. Lawless received her Ph.D. in political science from Stanford University in 2003 and her B.A. in political science from Union College in 1997. She is currently an Associate Professor Government at American University, where she is also the Director of the Women & Politics Institute. Prior to arriving at American University in Fall 2009, she was an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Brown University. Her teaching and research focus on gender politics, electoral politics, and public opinion. She has published numerous articles in academic journals, such as the American Journal of Political Science, Perspectives on Politics, Political Research Quarterly, Legislative Studies Quarterly, The Journal of Politics, Politics & Gender, and Women & Politics. She is also the lead author of It Still Takes A Candidate: Why Women Don't Run for Office (Cambridge University Press, 2010) and a Brookings Institution public policy report that is used by EMILY’s List, the Women’s Campaign Forum, and many other women’s organizations to help promote and recruit women candidates. She also currently serves as the editor of Politics & Gender.

Dr. Lawless is a recognized speaker on the subject of electoral politics, frequently discussing these issues on national and local television and radio outlets. Her scholarly analysis and political commentary have been quoted in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, USA Today, The New Republic, the Chronicle of Higher Education, the Boston Globe, the Pittsburgh-Gazette, the Seattle Times, the Hartford Courant, the Providence Journal, the Associated Press Newswire, Reuters, CNN.com, MSNBC.com, and FOXNews.com. In 2006, she sought the Democratic nomination for the U.S. House of Representatives in Rhode Island’s second congressional district. Although she lost the race, she is very active in politics. She has served on the national board of Emerge America since 2009.

PENN MEDICINE PRESENTERS

Kathleen F. Bramwell, MBA
Executive Director, Department of Finance
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Kathleen F. Bramwell is the Executive Director of Finance in the School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, where she provides financial oversight for the School’s annual budget which exceeds $990M.   Ms. Bramwell has served in this role since August 2004 and is responsible for budget planning and forecasting, financial reporting, variance analyses, capital transactions and lease management, payroll, and financial management of service centers. Prior to her tenure in the School of Medicine Division of Finance, Ms. Bramwell successfully provided over ten years of financial and operational leadership for various basic science and clinical departments. During that time, she demonstrated expertise in strategic planning, project management, clinical practice management, process redesign, clinical billing and patient record documentation, revenue enhancement strategies, human resources, and JCAHO certification of outpatient practices. Ms. Bramwell received her Bachelor’s Degree from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and her Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Holy Family University.

Marcia S. Brose, MD PhD
Assistant Professor of Otorhinolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery
Director, Head and Neck Clinical Research
Director, Thyroid Cancer Therapeutics Program
Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine
Division of Hematology/Oncology
Vice Chair, Clinical Trials Scientific Review and Monitoring Committee (CTSRMC)
Abramson Cancer Center
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

M.BroseMarcia S. Brose is an assistant professor at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University Of Pennsylvania, in the departments of Medicine, division of Hematology/Oncology, and Otorhinolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery, where she is currently the Director of the Head and Neck Clinical Research and Director of the Thyroid Cancer Therapeutics Program. She received her Medical Degree from Cornell University Medical College, and her PhD from the Rockefeller University in New York City.  Following her graduation, she moved to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania where she completed her specialty training in Internal Medicine, and Hematology and Oncology. Trained in genetics, Dr. Brose then pursued additional post-doctoral training in the field of cancer genetics in the laboratory of Barbara Weber MD. At the time of her appointment as a faculty member, Dr. Brose chose to focus on the genetics of head and neck cancers, and in particular, thyroid cancer.  Dr. Brose’s current research interests include the identification of novel treatments for advanced thyroid cancer.  She is currently running her own program in thyroid cancer therapeutics at the Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania, and is the PI of fiver active clinical phase I-III clinical trials. She is the recognized leader of the field of thyroid cancer oncology, and has been lectured in the US, Europe and Asia on the emerging treatments for advanced thyroid cancers. She is the global co-PI of the pivotal international multi-institutional Phase III trial of sorafenib for patients with iodine refractory differentiated thyroid cancer, the global PI of an international Phase II study of vemurafenib for patients with Papillary Thyroid Cancer that harbor the BRAFV600E mutations, and a global co-PI of FACT2, and international registrational trial of Cabretastatin plus Carboplatin and paclitaxel for patients with Anaplastic Thyroid Cancer  .  Her publication on her Phase II trial of sorafenib in advanced thyroid cancer has been described as creating a paradigm shift in the care of these patients. Dr. Brose is the director of the Head and Neck Clinical Research Program for the Department of the University of Pennsylvania, and Co-PI of the Head and Neck Tissue bank.  She has a strong interest in translational research, and runs her own lab studying bio-samples from patients on her clinical trials. Dr. Brose is a member of the American Association of Cancer Research, American Head and Neck Society, and American Society of Clinical Oncology. She is the recipient of the several prestigious awards including the Damon Runyon Clinical Investigator award, and the General Motors Cancer Research Foundation Research Scholar Award.

Rebecca Cooke MBA
Vice Dean for Administration and Finance
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

R. CookeOn July 1, 2011, Rebecca Cooke became the Vice Dean for Administration and Finance for the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine.  Her responsibilities include Finance; Space and Operations; Research Support Services; Faculty Affairs and Professional Development; Office of Organizational Effectiveness; Decision Support and Analysis; and Research Compliance and Integrity. Prior to arriving at the Perelman School, Rebecca was the Senior Associate Dean for Administration and then the Chief Operating Officer at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine. The Feinberg School houses undergraduate medical education, PhD programs, and ten graduate and professional programs serving 2,500 students. Rebecca worked closely with the Dean and senior management of the medical school, university and clinical affiliates to plan and implement strategic direction.  From 1999 to 2007, Rebecca was the Administrator of the Department of Medicine at the Feinberg School where she was responsible for the administration and financial management of the department’s clinical practice, research grants and educational programs. Prior to arriving at Northwestern, Rebecca worked in the Dean’s office at Thomas Jefferson University’s Jefferson Medical College where she was the Director of Administrative Affairs for the newly formed faculty foundation. Starting in 1989, Rebecca spent six years in departmental administration at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, where she worked in Cardiology, Oncology, Gastroenterology, Nephrology and Endocrinology. Rebecca received an MBA in Health Care Administration from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1988 and has a BS in Business Administration from Towson State University in 1983.

Allison E. Curry, PhD, MPH
Senior Scientist and Director of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Center for Injury Research and Prevention
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

A. CurryAllison E. Curry, PhD MPH is a Senior Scientist and the Director of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Center for Injury Research and Prevention, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She serves as a Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator on several projects aimed at preventing motor vehicle-related injuries to children and young adults. Prior to this position, she served as the Director of Research for the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Bureau of Vital Statistics. Her research interests are in the areas of injury, pediatric and perinatal epidemiology and epidemiologic methods, and she has collaborated on a variety of epidemiologic projects with researchers from domestic and international academic institutions, local and federal governmental agencies, and non-profit organizations. Dr. Curry earned her BA from Northwestern University, MPH in Epidemiology from the University of California Los Angeles and her PhD in Epidemiology from Emory University in Atlanta. An award-winning scientist, she has been honored for her achievements by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, American Women in Science, and the U.S. Department of Defense’s National Security Education program.

Dennis R. Durbin, MD, MSCE
Professor of Pediatrics
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Division of Emergency Medicine
Co-Scientific Director, Center for Injury Research and Prevention
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

D.DurbinDennis R. Durbin, MD, MSCE is a pediatric emergency physician and clinical epidemiologist. He is a Professor of Pediatrics at The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, and an attending physician in the Division of Emergency Medicine at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). An internationally recognized leader in pediatric trauma research, he is the Co-Scientific Director of the Center for Injury Research and Prevention at CHOP. Dr Durbin’s research interests are in the area of pediatric injury epidemiology, with particular emphasis on the prevention of motor vehicle occupant injuries to children and the prevention of teen driver crashes. Dr. Durbin has been a major contributor to policy planning and guidance efforts in reducing vehicle-related injuries and deaths among children. He served on the Committee for Injury, Violence and Poison Prevention of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and is a member of the International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention, Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine, and Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. His research has been recognized by a number of organizations with several awards, including the Governor’s Highway Safety Association, the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine, Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

C. Neill Epperson, MD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Obstetrics & Gynecology
Founder & Director, Penn Center for Women's Behavioral Wellness
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

N.EppersonNeill Epperson, M.D. is Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Obstetrics, Gynecology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania where she is also the Founder and Director of the Penn Center for Women’s Behavioral Wellness, a clinical and research program in the Departments of Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Epperson received her M.D. degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and completed her postdoctoral and research training in psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine where she rose to the level of Associate Professor before moving to Penn in the Fall of 2009. Dr. Epperson’s research focusing on the role of ovarian hormones and neurosteroids in cognition and behavior across the female life span has been funded, in part, by the National Institute of Mental Health, the National Institute of Drug Abuse, the Ethel F. Donaghue Foundation, the National Alliance for Research in Schizophrenia and Depression, the Dana Foundation, and the National Institute on Aging. Dr. Epperson’s work has been published in prestigious peer-reviewed journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine, the Archives of General Psychiatry, Biological Psychiatry, Neuropsychopharmacology, and the journal Menopause.

Deborah Kim, MD
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Penn Center for Women's Behavioral Wellness
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

D. KimDeborah Kim, MD is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania. She is boarded in both psychiatry and psychosomatic medicine.  As director of the Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program, a division of the Penn Center for Women’s Behavioral Wellness, Dr. Kim provides clinical care to women experiencing psychiatric illness in the context of reproductive events.  Dr. Kim is also the director of the medical-psychiatry outpatient clinic at the University of Pennsylvania.  She supervises and teaches residents and fellows as well as medical students.  Dr. Kim is funded by the NIMH (K23) to study transcranial magnetic stimulation for the treatment for depression during pregnancy and has written many peer-reviewed articles on the topic of pregnancy and depression.  Her other research includes studying the fetal HPA axis in women experiencing perinatal stress and looking at neurotrophins and their levels in pregnant women.  Dr. Kim has won awards for her teaching and clinical care including the Earl Bond Award and the Emily B. Harthshorne Mudd Award for significant contributions to the field of Family Health.

Karin L. McGowan, PhD, F(AAM), MS, SM(NRCM)
Director, Microbiology
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

K.McGowanKarin L. McGowan, PhD, F(AAM), MS, SM(NRCM) is a Professor in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine with secondary appointments in the Departments of Pediatrics and Microbiology, at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, she is the Director of the Clinical Microbiology Laboratory at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.  Her areas of research are focused on the laboratory testing of young children with fever, bacteremia, fungal and parasitic infections, and the rapid laboratory diagnosis of pediatric infectious diseases. In addition to her clinical service and research, Dr. McGowan teaches infectious diseases and microbiology to medical students and has received numerous teaching awards including the Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award in 1998. Besides her clinical, research, and educational efforts, Dr. McGowan enjoys mentoring junior faculty. In 2005 she was appointed Vice Chair for Faculty Development and Promotion in Pediatric Pathology and that same year received the FOCUS Award for the Advancement of Women in Medicine.  In 2007, she received the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Mentoring Award. Since 2006 she has co-directed the FOCUS Women’s Writers Group which is dedicated to improving the manuscript writing skills of junior faculty.

Peter D. Quinn, DMD, MD
Schoenleber Professor of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Vice Dean for Professional Services
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Senior Vice President for CPUP
University of Pennsylvania Health System

P.QuinnPeter D. Quinn, DMD, MD is Vice Dean for Professional Services at the University of Pennsylvania, and Senior Vice President of the Health System.  In this capacity, he is responsible for financial and operational aspects of CPUP.  Prior to his current role, Dr. Quinn served as the chair of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and as the Schoenleber Professor and Chair of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine.  He has served as Chair of the Medical Board at HUP and has received the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching and the Alfred Stengel Health System Champion Award for his numerous Medical Center Committee responsibilities.  Dr. Quinn’s main area of research interests is the surgical treatment of disorders of the temporomandibular joint. He has also published widely in the advanced techniques in management of high-flow arteriovenous malformations of the maxillofacial skeleton

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