The land of present-day Greenville was once the hunting ground of the Cherokeewhich was forbidden to colonists. Pearis established a plantation on the Reedy River called the Great Plains in present-day downtown Greenville. Pearis supported the Loyalists and together with their allies; the Cherokee attacked the Patriots. The Patriots retaliated by burning down Pearis' plantation and jailing him in Charleston.
Peter Pisters, MD Dr. Pisters is the newly named president of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, where he previously served in faculty and leadership positions for more than 20 years. His appointment to the presidential post followed an international search and unanimous naming as sole finalist by The University of Texas System Board of Regents.
MD Anderson will formally welcome back Dr. Pisters on December 1, Renowned as a cancer surgeon, researcher, professor and hospital administrator, Dr.
Pisters currently leads more than 14, employees and 1, physicians as president and chief executive officer of the University Health Network UHN in Toronto, Canada.
It advances studies in cardiology, transplantation, neurosciences, oncology, surgical innovation, infectious diseases, genomic medicine and rehabilitation medicine. Pisters also served as president and chief executive officer of The Michener Institute of Education and as a professor of Surgery at the University of Toronto.
Originally arriving at MD Anderson in from a surgery instructor position at Memorial Sloan Kettering, he joined the faculty as assistant professor of Surgery.
He rose to full professor with tenure in and was repeatedly honored during his two decades at MD Anderson, earning two Fellows Outstanding Teacher awards and three Faculty Excellence awards. He specialized in helping patients with sarcomas and gastrointestinal GI cancers and remains a board-certified surgeon.
Pisters is a member of more than two dozen national organizations and currently serves or has served in leadership positions on the advisory boards of numerous others, including several for the National Cancer Institute. He is on the editorial board of the Journal of Clinical Oncology and Surgery and serves as a reviewer for multiple others.
His own research, focused on sarcomas, GI cancers and other malignancies, has resulted in nearly peer-reviewed and additional articles, book chapters, teaching aids and other publications.
In addition to his role as president of the Dallas hospital, Berrett also served at the system level as an executive vice president of Texas Health Resources. He oversaw strategic planning and operations for Texas Health Dallas, guiding the hospital in its mission to improve the health of the people in the community it serves.
While on a two-year mission in Peru, Berrett developed a great appreciation for the role that healthcare providers can play in improving the quality of life for an entire community.
It is his concern for the quality of life in the community that makes him a passionate advocate for excellence in healthcare and a perfect fit for Texas Health Dallas.
Prior to joining Texas Health Dallas, Berrett served as president and chief executive officer of Medical City, a bed hospital, since April Texas Health Dallas was recognized in as a U. Berrett is the program director and faculty at the Jindal School of Management and is creating a new undergraduate program in health care management.
He lectures nationally and internationally on transformational leadership, organizational change and performance. She specializes in pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary critical care for liver transplant patients and is Director of Liver Transplant Critical Care.
Bartolome received her medical degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine, where she also completed her residency in internal medicine, was a chief resident, and then completed a fellowship in pulmonary and critical care medicine.
In addition to treating patients, Dr. Bartolome researches new treatments for pulmonary hypertension, as well as better ways to use existing medications to treat the disease. Texas Monthly named Dr. Bartolome a Super Doctors Rising Star.
She is board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary disease, and critical care medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Tait Shanafelt is originally from Seattle, Washington and received his undergraduate degree from Washington State University.
Glazer Award for leadership and service. He spent the first 12 years of his career at the Mayo Clinic where he served a 3 year term as the president of the Mayo Clinic Voting Staff from In addition to his leukemia research, Tait is an international thought leader and researcher in the field of physician well-being and its implications for quality of care.
His research in this area has involved physicians at all stages of their career from medical school to practice had has include several multi-center and national studies. He has helped s of organizations and their leaders work to improve issues with burnout and promote physician well-being.
Andy has personally led engagements in the US, Canada, UK, Singapore, Australia and beyond focused on the design of future facilities, staffing and care model redesign and helping clients to improve their operational efficiency.
His 30 years of GE experience includes over 20 years of consulting focused on helping clients to improve their performance. His prior academic affiliations have been with the Cleveland Clinic and the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
He also possesses two years of industry experience when he worked at Picker International now Philips Healthcare. He has published over 50 scientific papers and holds 11 granted US patents. His research career is focused on improving the safety, efficiency, and quality of healthcare through the application of human factors and applied psychology.
He holds a doctoral degree in human factors and was a postdoctoral fellow at the U. Ratwani has authored over fifty peer-reviewed publications and has been invited to give numerous talks in the area of human factors, innovation, and patient safety.It used to be that Americans went to college and then got a job either near where we graduated or back near where we grew up — places we were familiar with.
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