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New Dean of School of Medicine and Dentistry Announced
Date:1/19/2010

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Taubman is a graduate of the New York University School of Medicine who interned at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital before completing his residency and cardiology fellowship training at the Brigham & Women's Hospital.  He held academic appointments at Harvard Medical School, Children's Hospital Boston, and Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. Prior to being recruited to the University of Rochester, he was director of cardiovascular research at Mt. Sinai.

According to Taubman, in the weeks ahead, a national search for his replacement as chair of Medicine will be led by current chair of Surgery, Jeffrey Peters, M.D.  He expressed his thanks to Paul Levy, M.D., who has functioned as Acting Chair of Medicine since Taubman has filled in as Acting CEO. Seligman, Taubman, and Berk also praised the work of Elizabeth "Lissa" McAnarney, M.D., chair emerita of Pediatrics who has been serving as Interim Dean since June.  

"Lissa is a seasoned academician whose leadership has been invaluable over these last several months," Seligman said.  "By stepping forward to steer the school through this transitional period, Lissa has given us the opportunity to make a thoughtful, deliberate choice that's ideal for the School of Medicine and Dentistry and the Medical Center.  We owe her a debt of gratitude."  

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