Internal Medicine

Rosenthal Among Faculty Honored for Excellence

Rosenthal, Gary ICTS

Gary Rosenthal is a major national figure for his work in defining and improving quality in healthcare, as well as an institutional leader who has brought together faculty from multiple colleges to build and sustain the UI Institute for Clinical and Translational Science (ICTS).

Under his leadership as director from 1998 to 2011, the Division of General Internal Medicine grew into a key clinical and educational engine for the College of Medicine. He also established the UI as a national leader in the area of health outcomes research. He has a sustained track record of success as a research mentor, with many of his mentees moving on to leadership positions.

One of the most highly funded investigators at the UI, Rosenthal is the recipient of multiple major awards from the NIH and Veterans Administration. Since 2010 he has been principal investigator for the multi-million dollar NIH-funded Clinical and Translational Science Award, and director of the ICTS. He is a past president of the Society of General Internal Medicine (2010-11) and the Association of Chiefs of General Internal Medicine (2005-06).

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