Barbara L. Bass, MD, RESD ’86, vice president for health affairs (VPHA), dean of the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS), and chief executive officer of the GW Medical Faculty Associates (GW MFA), is a widely respected leader in academic medicine, a surgeon and a published author known for her pioneering innovation in academic surgery. At GW, Dr. Bass leads the academic, clinical and research missions and provides strategic direction on all aspects of GW’s medical enterprise, including the university’s relationships with the GW MFA and the GW Hospital.
The GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences is the academic arm of the GW clinical enterprise which is home to the university’s MD program and health sciences programs. The GW Medical Faculty Associates is a clinical practice organization with more than 2,150 employees. Its mission is to provide a high-quality patient experience and foster the wellness of our community.
Lawrence "Bopper" Deyton, MSPH, MD ’85, Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Public Health
The senior associate dean for clinical public health is responsible for all curriculum and functions of the Clinical Public Health Program.
Debra Herrmann, Director, Faculty Affairs
The director of faculty affairs is responsible for:
The VPHA and dean of SMHS serves as the chief executive office of the GW Medical Faculty Associates (MFA). MFA physicians serve as GW faculty, teaching and mentoring medical students, residents and researchers at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences. The MFA CEO is responsible for:
Reamer L. Bushardt, PharmD, PA-C, DFAAPA, Senior Associate Dean for Health Sciences
The senior associate dean for health sciences oversees the SMHS Division of Health Sciences and is responsible for:
Richard Simons, MD, Senior Associate Dean for MD Programs
Robert H. Miller, PhD, Interim Vice Dean for Research and Academic Affairs
The vice dean for research and academic affairs oversees the programs serving the basic science, translational and clinical research, education, and academic affairs missions of all departments within the School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
The vice dean is responsible for:
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