The University Record, September 7, 1999

19 promoted in clinical or primary research tracks

By Jane R. Elgass

The promotion of 19 individuals in the clinical or primary research tracks was approved by the Regents at their July meeting.

Those in the clinical track are:

Nicholas J. Rine, clinical professor of law; Paula L. Bockenstedt, clinical associate professor II of internal medicine; Wayne T. Cornblath, clinical associate professor II of ophthalmology and clinical associate professor II of neurology; Martin E. Hurwitz, clinical associate professor II of pediatrics and communicable diseases; Michael Jibson, clinical associate professor II of psychiatry; Carolyn M. Johnston, clinical associate professor II of obstetrics and gynecology;

Kenneth J. Pituch, clinical associate professor II of pediatrics and gynecology; Margaret R. Punch, clinical associate professor II of obstetrics and gynecology; Elisabeth H. Quint, clinical associate professor II of obstetrics and gynecology; Linda M. Selwa, clinical associate professor II of neurology; Cosmas van de Ven, clinical associate professor II of obstetrics and gynecology; and John J. Wald, clinical associate professor II of neurology.

Those in the primary research track are:

Michael Couper, senior associate research scientist, Institute for Social Research (ISR); Miles Kimball, senior research scientist, ISR; Kenneth Kollman, senior associate research scientist, ISR; Jean Thatcher Shope, senior research scientist, Transportation Research Institute;

Frederic C. Blow, senior associate research scientist, Transportation Research Institute, and senior associate research scientist, Department of Psychiatry; Robert M. Anderson, senior research scientist, Medical School and J. Brian Fowlkes, senior research scientist, Medical School.

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