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Caduceus Newsletter: Fall 2016.12, Week of November 7  

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Dr. Stan Eisen, Director
Preprofessional Health Programs
Christian Brothers University

650 East Parkway South
Memphis, TN  38104

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Dr. Eisen’s Medical Shadowing class learns a few things about helminth parasites from Dr. Larry Hendricks, DVM, of Germantown Animal Hospital.

 

 

For more information, please go to Marginalia.

 

Table of Contents:

1.  Events coming up. 
2.  Boston University offers a Master of Science in Athletic Training program.   
3.  From the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine:  Washington Insider, October 31, 2016 edition.  
4.  Representatives from the Church Health Scholars Program will be joining us for Pizza & Professionals on Tuesday, November 8th from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in Buckman 104.  
5.  ===AAMCNEWS===, News About America’s Medical Schools and Teaching Hospitals, November 2, 2016 edition.   
6.  The Summer Professions Education Program (SHPEP), formerly the Summer Medical and Dental Education Program, has been expanded for the Summer of 2017 to include a broader range of health professions beyond medicine and dentistry to include pharmacy, nursing, optometry, public health, physical therapy and physician assistant
7.  According to ecelaspanish.com, Fluency in Spanish is the Critical New Requirement for Health Professionals
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8.  Marginalia:  Dr. Eisen’s Medical Shadowing class learns a few things about helminth parasites from Dr. Larry Hendricks, DVM, of Germantown Animal Hospital. 

 

1.  Events coming up. 

·         November 1, 2016 and November 29, 2016:  Adulting 101 – CBU Life after College:  Money matters, or, What you didn’t learn in the classroom.

·         Wednesday, November 2, 2016, 9 a.m. – 12 noon, and again 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.:  Academic Internship Program Informational Meetings
Career Services Office (Buckman 207) -- If you missed the first round of meetings in early October, not to worry!  If you're interested in pursuing an academic internship for the Spring 2017 semester, just stop by Career Services during the morning or afternoon on November 2nd to pick up an application, a list of available sites, and a list of program details.

·         Wednesday, November 2, 2016, starting at 6:30 p.m. in AH122:    Third in this year’s “So you want to be a <fill-in-the-blank> series of presentations, Dr. Scott Adelman, MD, CBU alum, will discuss his career as an emergency room physician.  Refreshments (read:  Mama D’s Italian Ices) will be served at 6:30 p.m., and she will begin his presentation at 6:45 p.m. 

·         Saturday, November 5, 2026:  Larkin Health Sciences Institute (Miami, FL) College of Pharmacy OPEN HOUSE:

We our having an Open House on Saturday, November 5, 2016.  The event is scheduled from 11:00 AM – 1:00PM.

 

At this event, students will have the opportunity to learn more about LHSI College of Pharmacy and all that it has to offer.  In addition to presentations and tours, there will be time to speak directly with our current Diplomat Students, faculty, and staff.  Families and friends are welcome to attend.

To register for the Open House click on the link below.

Click here to register!

 

If you have any questions or cannot attend the event but would still like information regarding LHSI College of Pharmacy,  please contact me or visit our website at http://ularkin.org/pharmacy/

We hope to see you!

Sincerely,

 

Everlidis Pena M.S Ed

Assistant Director of Admissions

College of Pharmacy

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18301 N. Miami Avenue

Miami, Florida 33169

Phone: 305.760.7517

Email:  epena@ULarkin.org

Website: www.ULarkin.org

 

·         Tuesday, November 8, 2016:  Representatives from the Church Health Scholars Program will be joining us for Pizza & Professionals on Tuesday, November 8th from 12:30-1:30 in Buckman 104.

This event is open to all interested students; those in medical/health care/public health and related fields are especially encouraged to attend.   Some details about the program are included below, but be sure to stop by to hear more details and ask questions…and of course, enjoy free pizza while it lasts!  Questions?  Email career@cbu.edu .  For more information about this event, please go to Article #4.

 

·         Saturday, November 12, 2016 at 217 Robison Hall, University of Memphis:  Health Systems Management & Policy Open House

 

2.  Boston University offers a Master of Science in Athletic Training program.   

 

3.  From the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine:  Washington Insider, October 31, 2016 edition.  

Washington Insider

AACOM

 

Washington Insider

 

What You Need to Know

A full legislative schedule is awaiting lawmakers for their return to Washington on November 14 for what is colloquially known as the “lame-duck session” – the period between the election and the swearing in of the new Congress and the new President of the United States in January. In addition to electing leadership for the 115th Congress, Members have until December 9 to pass legislation to fund the federal government for the rest of fiscal year (FY) 2017 to avoid a shutdown once the continuing resolution expires. The 21st Century Cures bill is also on the docket for the lame-duck session. This package of biomedical innovation bills passed overwhelmingly through the House last year, but has faced a more difficult path in the Senate due to a lack of consensus on mandatory funding for the National Institutes of Health. Likewise, Representative Tim Murphy’s (R-PA) mental health bill, which passed the House with overwhelming support in September, may be taken up during the lame-duck session.

 

AACOM will be releasing its Public Policy Agenda for the 115th Congress, and with so many legislative priorities lined up before the end of the year, it is important that our advocates continue to stay active and engaged. Our Advocacy and On the Hill sections below highlight some of the critical work that osteopathic medical schools, students, and AACOM have been doing to advocate for our public policy priorities.

 

Pamela Murphy 

Senior Vice President of Government Relations 

 

 

Legislative
 Update

On The Hill

 

AACOM Joins Letter Urging Appropriators to Protect HRSA Funding 
As a Friends of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) coalition member, AACOM urged House and Senate appropriators to support $7.48 billion for discretionary HRSA programs in the final FY 2017 spending agreementHRSA administers programs, many of which are critical to the osteopathic medical education (OME) community, that aim to improve the health of citizens across the United StatesFriends of HRSA is a coalition of 170 organizations that advocate for federal funding of programs.

 

AACOM Joins Coalition Letter Supporting Health Professions Education Funding

AACOM and 54 other members of the Health Professions and Nursing Education Coalition sent a letter urging congressional appropriators to provide $524 million for HRSA’s Title VII health professions education and Title VIII nursing workforce development programs in FY 2017, to include the Health Careers Opportunity Program, a program eliminated in both the FY 2017 House and Senate Labor-HHS-Education bills. Title VII and VIII programs are critical, as budget cuts threaten to reverse progress made mitigating the nation’s health care workforce challenges. HRSA’s Title VII and Title VIII workforce development programs are the only federally-funded programs that seek to improve the supply, distribution, and diversity of the health professions workforce, with a focus on primary care and interdisciplinary training.

 

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Advocacy Update

Advocacy 

AACOM Visits ACOM and VCOM – Virginia Campus

AACOM Senior Vice President of Government Relations Pamela Murphy and Government Relations Manager Judith Mun, recently presented to students at the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (ACOM) and the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine – Virginia Campus (VCOM – Virginia Campus).

 

Ms. Murphy and Ms. Mun spoke with students about AACOM’s national grassroots advocacy campaign, ED to MED, which is made up of students, medical educators, and other advocates dedicated to raising the profile of student issues in the halls of Congress. During their visits, Ms. Murphy and Ms. Mun stressed the importance of getting involved by becoming advocates for change and learning about the education policy decisions that will impact osteopathic medical students and the OME community.

 

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Pictured from left to right: Denise Page, OMS II VCOM-VC, ED to MED Student Ambassador; Pamela Murphy, SVP of Government Relations, AACOM,; Sarah Cottrell-Cumber, OMS II VCOM-VC, ED to MED Student Ambassador; Sneha Shah, OMS II VCOM-VC, Student Osteopathic Medical Association President; Judith Mun, Government Relations Manager, AACOM; Back Row: Tyler Rockwell, VCOM- VC, Student Government Association President and Dakotah Forell, OMS II VCOM-VC, Student Government Association Vice President 

 

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Pictured: Craig J. Lenz, DO, Dean & Senior Vice President of Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine 

 

ED to MED Blogs Highlight the Importance of Advocacy and the Reality of Student Debt

In recent blog posts for the ED to MED campaign, AACOM government relations staff illustrate ways to make a difference through grassroots advocacy and provide tips on proactively managing the reality of student debt. Learn more about 13 Ways to Make a Difference with ED to MED and The Spooky Reality of Student Debt.

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Regulatory Update

Administration and Federal Agencies

OME Community Participates in White House Symposium on Addiction

On Tuesday, October 25, representatives from the OME community participated in Medicine Responds to Addiction II Symposium hosted by the White House Office of National Office of Drug Control Policy. The Symposium provided a platform for federal officials and leaders from medical schools, residency, and fellowship programs to discuss challenges and best practice models in addiction medicine education and training. An archived version of the Symposium will be posted on the White House YouTube Channel. Leaders offering perspectives from the OME community included: Clinton Adams, DO, President and CEO, Rocky Vista University; Paula Crone, DO, Dean, Western University of Health Sciences/College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific and COMP-Northwest; Jan Willcox, DO, Dean, Edward Via School of Osteopathic Medicine-Virginia Campus; and Kelly Thibert, DO, National President, American Medical Student Association.

 

AACOM Partners with Joining Forces on Wellness Week Activities

During the week of Veterans Day, Joining Forces will host its fifth annual Wellness Week. Each day from November 7-11, training opportunities for health care providers and students will be available through the 2016 Wellness Week webinar series. The webinars will cover important topics related to the health care of veterans, military service members, and their families, and participants are eligible to receive one free hour of continuing medical education. AACOM is proud to partner with Joining Forces on this effort and encourages its members to participate. In addition, AACOM has compiled educational material and curricular resources developed by faculty at colleges of osteopathic medicine to support the Joining Forces Initiative. Learn more.

 

HRSA 2017 Centers of Excellence Program Now Open

HRSA is currently accepting applications for its FY 2017 Centers of Excellence Program. Osteopathic medical schools are eligible for this grant program, which is designed to strengthen the nation’s capacity to produce a quality health care workforce to reflect the racial and ethnic diversity of the U.S. population. HRSA is offering two technical assistance opportunities for interested applicants on November 1st and November 9th. All applications are due on January 9, 2017. Learn more.

 

White House Releases Cancer Moonshot Task Force Report

After months of deliberations by the Cancer Moonshot Task Force, the White House recently published its report, outlining five strategic goals and recommendations to continue efforts to address prevention, early detection, and treatment of cancer. According to Vice President Biden, Chair of the Task Force, these actions will be implemented by a variety of federal agencies as well as public-private partnerships and private sector commitments. The Cancer Moonshot Initiative was established earlier this year during President Obama’s State of the Union address with the goal of achieving a decade’s worth of advances in cancer research in just five years. Learn more.

 

CMS Publishes Final Rule on MACRA

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently released its final rule on the Medicare Access CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) that governs its policies for implementing the new Quality Payment Program. The final rule, which softens some of the parameters outlined in the initial proposal, includes a comment period and provides guidelines for clinicians as they choose between the two payment options, Merit-based Incentive Payment System and the Alternative Payment Models. In conjunction with the final rule, CMS also launched a new Quality Payment Program website with numerous educational tools and resources to assist providers as they transition to the new payment program. AACOM continues to review the final rule and will update its membership as implementation moves forward.

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4.  Representatives from the Church Health Scholars Program will be joining us for Pizza & Professionals on Tuesday, November 8th from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in Buckman 104.  

Representatives from the Church Health Scholars Program will be joining us for Pizza & Professionals on Tuesday, November 8th from 12:30-1:30 in Buckman 104.

This event is open to all interested students; those in medical/health care/public health and related fields are especially encouraged to attend.   Some details about the program are included below, but be sure to stop by to hear more details and ask questions…and of course, enjoy free pizza while it lasts!  Questions?  Email
career@cbu.edu

 

Thanks,
Curt Rogers
CBU Career Services

 

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Curt Rogers

Recruitment Coordinator, Career Services

Christian Brothers University

Buckman Hall, Suite 207

(901) 321-3330

crogers@cbu.edu

www.cbu.edu/career


 Greetings from the Scholars Administration Team!

 

We invite you to join us as we prepare for the 2016 recruitment season for the Church Health Scholars program!

 

The Scholars program is a service learning program for young professionals who are interested in serving the underserved in medical and public health fields. The program aims to promote learning through pairing service based experiences with academic theory, theology, and personal reflection. This year we are opening our application several months earlier than we have in the past, but what we are most excited about are the changes to the program! In addition to a year of service working in professional healthcare settings, Scholar now have expanded opportunities to learn about serving the underserved. See specific updates are below!

 

Application information and requirements can be found on our website, which has also been updated with new information. We've  included a digital flyer for your use. We encourage you to share program information with interested students, faculty, student groups and departments with interests in healthcare, public health, and faith studies. Our program has grown in past years thanks to your assistance with recruitment. Thank you for your assistance and continued energy as we move into our 2016 recruitment season!

 

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Church Health Scholars

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Church Health Scholars. Established in 1897, Church Health seeks to reclaim the Church’s biblical commitment to care for our bodies and spirits by providing medical ...

Application Dates:

 

  • October 1, 2016 - Application opens.  
  • February 1, 2017 - Application deadline. All applications must be received by 5 p.m. CST for consideration. 
  • February -b April 2017 Application review and interview process occurs.
  • May 1 - 2017 Final decisions are made.

 

Program updates: Program developments have transpired over the past year as the result of a participatory re-design in which our program alumni and current Scholar actively participated in developing the program.

 

·       We have focused our service positions to concentrate on clinical work. There are, however, still several non-clinical positions for students searching for work in health research and education.

 

·       The program structure has developed to support the Scholar learning community. Scholars meet as a cohort on a monthly basis. Each month concentrates on a different aspect of the program: learning, social engagement, and service.

 

       In partnership with the University of Memphis and Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare, we have launched the graduate level Certificate in Faith and Health program. Scholars have the option to enroll in the program to learn about the intersection of faith and health through a curriculum that blends applied and theoretical knowledge. Scholarships may be available through the Scholar program, as well as through other sources. More information can be found on the University of Memphis website (http://www.memphis.edu/gradschool/programs/graduatecertificates.php

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5.  ===AAMCNEWS===, News About America’s Medical Schools and Teaching Hospitals, November 2, 2016 edition.  

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News About America's Medical Schools and Teaching Hospitals

 

November 2, 2016

Number of Women Enrolling in Medical School Reaches 10-Year High

Number of Women Enrolling in Medical School Reaches 10-Year High

The number of women enrolling in medical school in 2016 increased 6.2 percent over 2015, according to new AAMC data. This represents the largest increase since 2006.

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Recognizing
Causes of Diagnostic Errors

New Focus in Medical Education on Learning to Recognize Causes of Diagnostic Errors

Medical students and residents are learning strategies to prevent diagnostic errors by recognizing flawed clinical reasoning and other factors that can lead to incorrect diagnoses.

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More from AAMCNews

Hospital Outpatient Department Regulations Limit Access to Care

The recently released Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' (CMS') Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) final rule includes provisions regarding hospital outpatient departments. "We appreciate that CMS acknowledged our argument that affected outpatient departments must receive a separate facility payment in 2017 for outpatient services, as well as payments for newly added items and services. However, we remain disappointed that hospitals will be penalized if they relocate their outpatient departments to better serve their communities," said Darrell G. Kirch, MD, AAMC president and CEO.
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Star Ratings Based on "Flawed Methodology," According to US News & World Report Op-Ed

In a recent op-ed in U.S. News and World Report, AAMC Chief Health Care Officer Janis Orlowski, MD, discussed the challenges of distilling the complexities of the health care delivery system into a simplified ratings system for hospitals. Orlowski points out that the CMS Overall Hospital Quality Star Ratings "presents a confusing and conflicting picture of health care quality that is based on deeply flawed methodology." She also notes that the system "has very serious consequences for patients, possibly steering them away from the best hospitals to treat their condition."
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2016 Medical Student Debt Fact Card Now Available

The AAMC has published its annual debt fact card, which provides data on medical student debt, costs, and loan repayment estimates. In 2016, median education debt for all graduates was $190,000 (up from $183,000 last year). Among public school graduates, the median education debt remained the same, at $180,000. Among private school graduates, the median education debt was $200,000 (the same as last year), with 55 percent at $200,000 or more. The percentage of graduates with education debt declined to 75 percent (compared with 81 percent in 2015 and 84 percent in 2014), including declines for both public and private school graduates.
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FDA Workshop on Role of Hospitals in Evaluating Devices
in the Clinical Setting

A recent post on the FDA Voice blog examines how hospitals are working with the agency to modernize data collection related to medical devices. The AAMC and the American Hospital Association are working with the FDA to prepare for a workshop on Dec. 5 to solicit input and advice on improving hospital-based surveillance systems and the broader role of using hospitals to evaluate how well devices work in the clinical setting.
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FDA Commissioner Robert M. Califf, MD, on AAMCNews

National Veteran Health Equity Report Published

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Health Equity (OHE) has published the National Veteran Health Equity Report. The report provides basic comparative information on the sociodemographics, utilization patterns, and rates of diagnosed health conditions among the groups OHE oversees to identify and act on any disparities in access, use, care, quality, and outcomes. The 2016 version details care for vulnerable veterans by race/ethnicity, gender, age, geography, and mental health status in fiscal year 2013 and includes a foreword by Darrell G. Kirch, MD, AAMC president and CEO.
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6.  The Summer Professions Education Program (SHPEP), formerly the Summer Medical and Dental Education Program, has been expanded for the Summer of 2017 to include a broader range of health professions beyond medicine and dentistry to include pharmacy, nursing, optometry, public health, physical therapy and physician assistant. 

The Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP) application is now open!  Formerly SMDEP (Summer Medical and Dental Education Program), the program expanded for the Summer of 2017 to include a broader range of health professions beyond medicine and dentistry to include pharmacy, nursing, optometry, public health, physical therapy and physician assistant. 

 

This FREE academic enrichment program for freshman and sophomore college students interested in the health professions is hosted at 13 institutions across the United States.  Funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the program’s goal is to increase diversity in the health professions. The program offers the following experiences:

 

·         Academic enrichment in the basic sciences;

·         Career development activities;

·         Learning and study skills seminars;

·         Exposure to clinical settings; and

·         Workshops on financial planning and health policy

 

The curriculum will also expose participants to concepts and the practice of Interprofessional education. 

 

The application closes on March 1st.  However, we strongly encourage early application.  More information is available at www.shpep.org   Feel free to share this information with your students and colleagues. 

 

Best regards,

Norma

 

 

Norma Iris Poll-Hunter, Ph.D.

Senior Director, Human Capital Initiatives

Deputy Director, SHPEP

Diversity Policy & Programs

Association of American Medical Colleges

655 K Street, NW

Washington, DC  20001

T: 202.862.6115

F: 202.862.6282

E: npoll@aamc.org

 

 

7.  According to ecelaspanish.com, Fluency in Spanish is the Critical New Requirement for Health Professionals.  

This is not an endorsement of the ecelaspanish.com Spanish & Medicine Study Abroad program.  However, it does raise the interesting issue of the lack of Spanish-speaking healthcare providers:

Having attended the NAAHP National Meeting, I wanted to be sure to follow up with you about this critical new requirement. It could make or break your students in their chosen career.
 
Demographic trends show…


Within the Next Decade

1 in 12 Patients 

Will Speak Only Spanish


This Spanish-language barrier impacts…
 

·         38 million patients nationally

·         66 million doctor visits a year 

·         More than 2X that of 10 years ago


Uptick from Obama Care:

·         The Affordable Care Act intensified the language barrier – about 1/3rd of all newly insured do not speak English


Facing Today’s Demographic Realities

A Spanish-speaking doctor fills a critical need nationwide – for both the patient and the doctor.
 
That is why…
 
Fluency in Spanish is the Critical New Requirement for Health Professionals

For a full report, request this Requirements Update for Advisors to Health Professionals:

"9 Reasons Christian Brothers University Pre-Health Students Must Master This Critical New Requirement in Healthcare”


Truth is, practitioners who can’t understand their patients can’t adequately serve their patients. Closing this language and cultural GAP between doctor and patient will improve care and lower the nation’s disease burden.

Be the Bellwether for Your Students

As an Academic Advisor you are all about pointing the way for your pre-health students to succeed in their chosen field. Obviously, this requires anticipating and preparing for changes in demographic needs.

Students who can meet this critical need in will gain a clear advantage in their chosen career.

What does that mean for the Christian Brothers University pre-health student?

Not only will your students enjoy a fun, NO Fail way to learn Spanish in Latin America while earning college credits… they will get to shadow medical doctors in an accredited hospital.

This triple use of their time is so valuable that at Ecela even native Spanish speakers opt in to our program for that all-important, hard-to-find shadowing opportunity in a medical facility.

Request this Special Report for Academic Advisors to Health Professionals:

“9 Reasons Christian Brothers University Pre-Health Students Must Master This Critical New Requirement in Healthcare”


Gracias,


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Cecilia Quezada
Director of Student Services
Spanish & Medicine Study Abroad
medicine@ecelaspanish.com

 

P.S. Discover the one single step that will give pre-med and health students an edge on applications, fill a critical shortage, and even save lives… Get this Requirements Update for Academic Advisors of Health Professional

P.P.S. Or be an immediate part of the solution simply by forwarding this link to your Pre-Health students: No Fail Spanish Immersion Program

 

8.  Marginalia:  Dr. Eisen’s Medical Shadowing class learns a few things about helminth parasites from Dr. Larry Hendricks, DVM, of Germantown Animal Hospital. 

If you own a companion pet, then you are fully aware of the importance of surveillance and prophylactic treatment, for the prevention of more serious problems caused by parasitic worms.  On Tuesday, November 1, 2016, Dr. Eisen’s Medical Shadowing class visited the Germantown Animal Hospital to discuss parasitic helminths with Dr. Larry Hendricks.  Here we are in the treatment room (L-R:  Shantay Moemeke, Paula Zebalo, Hailey McKinney, Damian Kaminski, John Buttross, Miranda Anderson, Dr. Hendricks):

Of course, the Germantown Animal Hospital employs are large number of people, including handlers, vet techs, receptionists, and veterinarians.  Somebody has to manage this enterprise.  Allow me to introduce Salem, the office manager:

 

 

 

Dr. Stan Eisen, Director
Preprofessional Health Programs
Biology Department
Christian Brothers University

650 East Parkway South
Memphis, TN 38104
E-mail: seisen@cbu.edu
http://facstaff.cbu.edu/~seisen/ 
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