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Title: E' Albert Reece, MD, PhD, MBA


1
University of Maryland School of Medicine New
Faculty Orientation
Welcome
E. Albert Reece, MD, PhD, MBA Vice President for
Medical Affairs, University of Maryland John Z.
and Akiko K. Bowers Distinguished Professor
and Dean, University of Maryland School of
Medicine January 14, 2009 MSTF
2
The University of Maryland School of
Medicine Celebrates its Bicentennial in 2007
Establishment of Medical Schools in the U.S.
  • University of Pennsylvania 1765 - 1st
  • Columbia (University College of
  • Physicians Surgeons) 1768 - 2nd
  • Harvard 1783 - 3rd
  • Dartmouth 1798 - 4th

3
University of Maryland School of Medicine Firsts
  • 1823 First medical school in U.S. to build its
    own hospital for clinical instruction
  • 1833 First course in the nation on hygiene or
    preventive medicine
  • 1866 First chair of gynecology and pediatrics in
    the nation established
  • 1902 Discovery of Wrights stain
  • 1906 First description of a new disease,
    histoplasmosis
  • 1990 First experimentally induced case of yellow
    fever
  • 1992 First genetically engineered cholera
    vaccine tested

4
University of Maryland School of Medicine First
  • 1992 Discovered the plant steroid oubain in the
    human circulatory system
  • 1993 Developed beta interferon to alter the
    course of multiple sclerosis
  • 1998 First in the U.S. to open the most
    technologically advanced, all- digital nuclear
    medicine facility featuring state-of-art,
    real-time diagnostic images of organs as they
    function
  • 1999 Developed first blood test to detect the
    enzyme telomerase, which can indicate the early
    spread of lung cancer
  • 2000 Developed an edible vaccine in the form of a
    genetically engineered potato that delivers
    protection against E. coli, a common cause of
    fatal diarrhea in children around the world

5
University of Maryland School of Medicine
First (Updating)
  • 2002 Center for Vaccine Development determines
    that existing smallpox vaccine can be diluted in
    order to drastically increase the number of
    available doses
  • 2005 First in the U.S. to combine
    minimally-invasive heart bypass surgery and
    stented angioplasty at the same time
  • 2006 Discovered that the effectiveness of beta
    blockers in patients with chronic heart failure
    depends on the genetic makeup of receptors in
    the heart
  • 2006 Discovered a fat hormone called omentin that
    may explain the link between obesity and a
    persons likelihood of developing Type 2 diabetes

6
University of Maryland School of Medicine First
  • Identified energy- producing centers in nerve
    cells, a tool to track brain cell metabolic
    changes related to aging and diseases such as
    Alzheimers, Parkinsons and Huntingtons
  • 2007 Discovered that cocaine exposure in an
    animal model causes permanent damage to a
    part of the brain responsible for judgment
    and learning new behaviors

7
Total 144 New Faculty Who you are?
  • 56 Female, 44 Male
  • 9.72 Underrepresented minority
  • By Rank
  • Professors 7
  • Associate Professors 5
  • Assistant Professors 76
  • Instructors/Research Associates - 56
  • By Tenure Status
  • Tenured 2
  • Tenure Track 16
  • Non-tenure track 126
  • 21 of 25 UMSOM departments
  • 110 in Clinical departments
  • 32 in Basic Science departments
  • 2 in Allied Health departments

8
University of Maryland School of Medicine
(SOM) Overview
  • As the State of Marylands public medical school,
    the SOM creates significant impact that benefits
    the entire state
  • Major research engine 2008
  • - Total grants and contracts 377 million
  • - Economic impact gt 1.5 billion
  • The SOM major clinical partners are
  • -University of Maryland Medical Center
  • -Baltimore Veterans Affairs Medical Center
  • The SOM and its partners educate and train over
    half of the physicians in Maryland
  • Community Outreach
  • -250,000 hours of service to more than 400
    organizations by faculty, staff students

9
Legend
University of Maryland
USM Board of Regents
USM Chancellor
UM Baltimore
President
David J. Ramsay
Private Non-Profit Corporations
UMMS Board of
Directors
UMMS President CEO
UMB Schools
  • UMMC
  • University Hospital
  • Cancer Center
  • Shock Trauma
  • UM Hospital for Children

Christian Stohler, D.M.D.
Karen H. Rothenberg
Dean
Dean
Dental School
School of Law
Janet D. Allan
Natalie Eddington
Dean
Dean
School of Nursing
School of Pharmacy
J.L. Kernan Hospital
Richard P. Barth
University Specialty
Dean
School of Social Work
Maryland General
Malinda B. Orlin
Baltimore-Washington Med Ctr.
Dean
Graduate School
Mt. Washington Pediatric
University Physicians, Inc. (UPI)
Shore Health
10
University of Maryland School of Medicine VP for
Medical Affairs Dean
Departments (25)
Programs (6)
Institutes (2)
Organized Research Centers (7)
Allied Health (2)
Basic (6)
Clinical (17)
Comparative Medicine
Center for Research On Aging
Human Virology
Medical Research Technology
Anatomy Neurobiology
Obstetrics, Gynecology Reproductive Sciences
Anesthesiology
Genetics Genomic Medicine
Health Policy/Health Services Research
Genome Sciences
Physical Therapy Rehabilitation Science
Biochemistry Molecular Biology
Ophthalmology Visual Sciences
Dermatology
Minority Health Health Disparities Education
Research
Integrative Medicine
Epidemiology Preventive Medicine
Diagnostic Radiology Nuclear Medicine
Orthopaedics
Neuroscience
Mucosal Biology
Microbiology Immunology
Otorhinolaryngology- Head Neck Surgery
Emergency Medicine
Oncology
Vaccine Development
Family Community Medicine
Pharmacology Exp. Pharmaceutics
Pathology
Vascular Inflammatory Diseases
Trauma
Physiology
Medicine
Pediatrics
Trauma Anesthesiology Research
Psychiatry
Neurology
Radiation Oncology
Neurosurgery
Surgery
11
President University of Maryland, Baltimore
Mercy Health Services
MedStar
University Care, LLC
Baltimore VA Medical Center
Vice President for Medical Affairs University of
Maryland Dean, School of Medicine
Area Health Education Centers
Board of Visitors
University Physicians, Inc.
Medical Alumni Association
Chief Corporate Officer
Physical Therapy Alumni Association
Academic Department Chairs (25)
Assistant Dean Programs Planning
Assistant Dean Public Affairs
Program (6) Institute (2) Directors
Organized Research Center Directors (7)
Executive Vice Dean
Vice Dean Clinical Affairs
Associate Dean Development
Associate Dean Information Services
Associate Dean Research
Associate Dean Business Affairs Senior Advisor
to Dean UPI
Associate Dean Veterans Affairs
Associate Dean Policy and Planning
Associate Dean Faculty Affairs Professional
Development
Associate Dean Student Affairs
Associate Dean Admissions
Associate Dean Medical Education
Senior Associate Dean Finance Resource Manageme
nt
Associate Dean Hospital Networks
12
Total Workforce
3
UMMC pays salaries
13
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Total Grants Contracts FY1998-2008
Since 1998, SOM has received 2.8 billion in
total grants contracts 1.2 billion in NIH
funding
6.3
16.3
16.3
42.3
38.2
Billions
15
University of Maryland School of Medicine We
Will Address the Challenges for Next Year as
Follows
  • Research Roadmap
  • Support and retain currently funded researchers
  • Recruit and retain newly funded junior and senior
    investigators
  • Mentor non-funded researchers toward funding and
    success
  • Increase overall funding by 6 - 10 annually
  • Support collaborative, interdisciplinary research
    programs
  • Develop and fulfill NIHs vision for clinical and
    translational science

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University Physicians, Inc. (UPI) Total Clinical
Revenue FY1998 - 2008
5.7
5.7
175.7
15.2
160.6
6.3
146.5
5.7
20.5
127.1
119.5
113.0
Millions
93.7
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University of Maryland School of Medicine We
Will Address the Challenges for Next Year as
Follows
  • Clinical Roadmap
  • Enhance focus on patient centered care
  • Increase number of clinical magnet programs
    (e.g., Heart Center, Pelvic Health Center,
    personalized medicine, etc.)
  • Implement UPI transition initiatives
  • Maximize clinical partnerships and affiliations
    with UMMS/UMMC, VA and other clinical partners
  • Address declining reimbursement via new strategic
    initiatives

19
Highlights of UMMS-SOM Open Letter
  • A Commitment To
  • Working collaboratively
  • Continued clinical excellence
  • Fully maximize resources and expertise
    throughout UMMS and SOM
  • Invest in areas with greatest impact and
    potential for extending life and improving
    quality of life
  • Improving health locally, regionally, and
    globally
  • Continued economic vitality

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University of Maryland School of Medicine 2008
Community
560 Residents 452 Fellows
FT Faculty 1,209 PT Faculty
249 Volunteer Faculty 1,227
1,270 Students
TOTAL FACULTY 2,685
22
University of Maryland School of Medicine We
Will Address the Challenges for Next Year as
Follows
  • Education Roadmap
  • In-Progress

23
Academic Citizenship Major Emphasis in the SOM
  • Participation and contributions of faculty in
    activities that advance the overall academic
    community are important to the success of the
    School of Medicine.

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University of Maryland School of Medicine FY2008
Revenues
51.3
13.1
26.5
Total Revenues 734.7 million
  • Economic Impact
  • 1.5 Billion or 24 for every 1 from the state

Includes fringe benefits and Maryland
Psychiatric Research Center transfer from
contract to state appropriation.
26
Private Gifts by Year FY2003 2008
5.5
18.1
46.0
19.0
43.6
8.5
36.9
33.9
31.0
Millions
27
Endowment Growth FY2004 FY2008
24.2
5.7
15.9
14.8
Millions
28
University of Maryland School of Medicine We
Will Address the Challenges for Next Year as
Follows
  • Finance Philanthropy Roadmap
  • In-Progress

29
UMSOM Strategic Plan 2009-2014 Soaring to
Greater Heights, Together Timeline
Education Roadmap IN PROGRESS
Clinical Practice Roadmap COMPLETE
Appoint SOM Strategic Planning Steering
Committee SPRING 2009
SOM Leadership Retreat Bringing It Altogether
SUMMER 2009
Finance and Philanthropy Roadmap IN PROGRESS
Community Service and Outreach Roadmap IN
PROGRESS
Research Roadmap COMPLETE
COMPLETE
JUNE 2008
IN PROGRESS
OCTOBER 2008
30
University of Maryland School of Medicine Web
Page http//medschool.umaryland.edu
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E. Albert Reece, MD, PhD, MBA Vice President for
Medical Affairs, University of Maryland John Z.
and Akiko K. Bowers Distinguished Professor and
Dean, University of Maryland School of Medicine
deanmed_at_som.umaryland.edu
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Thank you!
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Americas Oldest Public Medical School A Third
Century Where Discovery Sets Us Apart
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