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Iowa City, Iowa 52242-2600
Phone: (800) 342-2978
Phone: (319) 335-8435
Fax: (319) 335-8643
The following list includes the names of professionals and departments on campus that have indicated a willingness and interest in being available for consultation with OSAC staff, and/or serving students of color within the COM by playing the role of counselor (formal or informal), advisor or advocate. Included below is contact information, as well as each resources interests and specialties.
Interests/Specialty Areas:International Health (focus Latin America), cultural competency in healthcare, health disparities and economics/poverty and health.
Department HeadOphthalmology & Visual Sciences
Interests/Specialty Areas: Open to serving in advising, advocacy, or counseling role for any minority students.
Senior Staff Psychologist
Interests/Specialty Areas: Diversity and Minority Issues; International/foreign student concerns; Psychotherapy; sexual dysfunction; crisis intervention; consultation and outreach; test-taking and study skills enhancement; cognitive-behavioral therapy of Anxiety and Major Depressive Disorders.
Professor (Clinical)Internal Medicine
DirectorComplementary and Alternative Medicine ProgramSE636 GH
Interests/Specialty Areas: I am the Diversity Officer with the Department of Internal Medicine. My interest is in providing mentoring, guidance and advocacy for minority medical students, residents and fellows, with interest in a career in Internal Medicine.
Associate Professor of Surgery (Clinical)General SurgeryDivision of Acute Care SurgeryOO91-J RCP384-5483
Interests/Specialty Areas: My clinical focus outside of general surgery is trauma and critical care. I am willing to provide mentorship and counseling to any student in need of assistance or guidance.
Director, Transplantation Research
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