Brice, Steiner named Medical Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professors

Jane Brice, MD, MPH and Beat Steiner, MD, MPH have been selected as recipients of the Medical Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professorships effective Aug. 1, 2010.

The Alumni Distinguished Professorships are intended to honor mid-career faculty with a track record of substantial leadership in teaching medical students as well as educational innovation. The goal is to help the professors serve as agents of change within the School of Medicine nationally and ambassadors for the School of Medicine, underscoring our commitment to national leadership and innovation in medical education.

Brice is an associate professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine. She received her MD from UNC School of Medicine in 1994 and her MPH degree in Epidemiology. She will hold the Ray and Christine Hayworth Medical Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professorship.

Steiner is an associate professor in the Department of Family Medicine. He received his MD degree from UNC School of Medicine in 1989 and his MPH in Health Policy and Administration in 1996. He will hold the Medical Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professorship, an endowment funded through annual gifts to the Loyalty Fund. The first Medical Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professorship was awarded in 1999. Six faculty members hold these prestigious positions, each for a four-year period.



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