Before searching for this question, I had never realized that such a
tiny detail as the words ?former? or ?past? could increase so much the
difficult for a search when preceding, for example, the word
?president? ;-) Current ones are easy to find, past ones is somewhat
different. Not impossible, though, and below you finally have what
you've asked for.
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private contact information. Instead, business contact information is
permitted. Thus, the current contact information provided in each case
corresponds to organizations to which the former presidents of medical
schools are related now, according to the found data.
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"president of * medical school"
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"president of * medical school" -vice -alumni
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John W. Rowe, M.D.
Current Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Aetna Inc.
(http://www.aetna.com/governance/bio_rowe.html ), Dr. Rowe was
President of The Mount Sinai Hospital and the Mount Sinai School of
Medicine in New York City (1988-1998).
151 Farmington Avenue
Hartford, CT 06156
Phone: (860) 273-0123
?Richard Ryan Jr. retired in December after 6 years as president of
Des Moines University School of Medicine. Ryan, the former dean of
Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, was credited with
reviving the health and reputation of the 105-year-old school.?
The same Richard M. Ryan Jr. is mentioned as a Board Member of the
U.S. Medicine Institute (http://www.usminstitute.org/advisory.html ;
see also http://www.usminstitute.org/bios/ryan.html ), so a way to
reach him could be the organizations contact information: 2021 L St.,
NW, #400, Washington., DC 20036
Or else, through the University where he served
Des Moines University - Osteopathic Medical Center ( http://www.uomhs.edu/ )
3200 Grand Avenue
Des Moines, Iowa 50312-4198
Public Relations (http://www.dmu.edu/communications/ )
Director of Marketing and Communications
515-271-1661 David Krause
Director of Publications
515-271-1576 Amy Shrum
Marketing and Communications
Des Moines University
3200 Grand Avenue - Des Moines, Iowa 50312
Dr. David Satcher
16th Surgeon General of the United States Surgeon General and
Assistant Secretary for Health from February 1998 through January 2001
(see: http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/library/history/biosatcher.htm )
and former President of Meharry Medical College in Nashville,
Tennessee, from 1982 to 1993.
Currently he is the director of the National Center for Primary Care
at the Morehouse School of Medicine (http://www.msm.edu/ncpc/ ).
National Center for Primary Care at the Morehouse School of Medicine
720 Westview Drive, SW - Atlanta, Georgia 30310
Phone: 404-756-5740 - FAX 404-756-5767 Email: email@example.com
His profile at the MSM directory:
NATIONAL CENTER for PRIMARY CARE
DIR/NATIONAL /PRIMARY CARE
Likewise, he?s the Chairman of Action for Healthy Kids
(http://www.actionforhealthykids.org/index.htm ), whose:
General and Media Inquiries
Action for Healthy Kids
4711 Golf Road
Skokie, IL 60076
Action for Healthy Kids
One Massachusetts Ave., NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
AFHK Executive Director
Dr. Esmail Koushanpour
Profile from ?The Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago?
?Dr. Koushanpour is an Emeritus Professor, retired in 1999 after
serving 36 years as a faculty member at Northwestern University
While at Northwestern, Dr. Koushanpour served as Chairman of numerous
University and Medical School committees dealing with educational and
administrative issues. He also served as the President of the Medical
School Faculty Senate.?
He?s currently the director of The Islamic Cultural Center of Greater Chicago:
(847) 272-0319. [?Face to face interview 5/2/03?; extracted from
?Chris McMahon's Culture Dump?
Dr. Francis J. Tedesco
Former president of the Medical College of Georgia
Dr. Tedesco?s Bio at the Medical College of Georgia?s website:
?Dr. Francis J. Tedesco, president of the Medical College of Georgia,
will leave academia in February to become CEO of beBetter Networks
Inc., a technology company that aims to expand the use of mental
health counseling using videoconferencing over the Internet.? (Atlanta
Business Chronicle -
Francis Tedesco at beBetter?s website:
Contact information (http://www.bebetter.net/contactus.html ):
BeBetter Networks, Inc.
1600 RiverEdge Parkway
Atlanta, Georgia 30328-4667
Louis W. Sullivan, MD
Former president of the Morehouse School of Medicine
As he holds the title of ?president emeritus? (current president is
James R. Gavin III, MD, PhD ? see
http://www.msm.edu/aboutmsm/welcome.htm ) he has contact information
at the university?s Office of President Emeritus, 404-756-6700,
University contact information:
Morehouse School of Medicine
720 Westview Drive S.W. Atlanta, GA 30310-1495 Phone 404.752.1500
Reed V. Tuckson, M.D.
Former President of the Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and
Science in Los Angeles from 1991 to 1997
See also Charles R. Drew University of Medicine [history]
(http://www.cdrewu.edu/site/about/history.htm ): ?Sept 1991 - Reed V.
Tuckson, M.D. was appointed as President.?
?Senior Vice President
Consumer Health and Medical Care Advancement
Dr. Reed Tuckson joined UnitedHealth Group in 2000 as senior vice
president of Consumer Health and Medical Care Advancement. Prior to
joining UnitedHealth Group, Dr. Tuckson worked as senior vice
president, Professional Standards, for the American Medical
Association (AMA). He also served as administrative liaison for the
AMA with the Accreditation Council on Continuing Medical Education,
the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education, and the
National Patient Safety Foundation.?
Company contact information:
P.O. Box 1459
Minneapolis, MN 55440-1459
Ph. (800) 328-5979
8. Ralph D. Feigin,
?Ralph D. Feigin, M.D., came to Baylor in 1977 as the H.S. Abercrombie
Professor and Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics and as
Physician-in-Chief of Texas Children?s Hospital. In 1987, he became
Interim Executive Director at Texas Children?s Hospital and continued
in that role for two years. In January 1996, Feigin was named Baylor
College of Medicine?s third President, a post he has held along with
his pediatric Chairmanship and position as Physician in Chief at Texas
Children?s. A long-time children?s advocate, he was honored, in 2002,
by the City of Houston for his 25 years of service to children.?
Contact Information (at Texas Children?s Hospital, where he serves as
6621 Fannin, 11th Floor
Houston TX 77030
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Feigin , Ralph D
Department: Academic Department
Office Phone: 832-824-2265
9. William T. Butler
?William T. Butler, M.D., a distinguished immunologist, joined Baylor
in 1966, and during the following decades he served the College in a
variety of roles, including Associate Dean and Dean of Admissions. In
1976, he was named Acting Executive Vice President and Dean, and in
1977, he became Executive Vice President and Dean. Two years later,
Butler was named President and Chief Executive Officer of Baylor
College of Medicine, and served in that position for almost 17 years.
During that time, he led the School in a period of unprecedented
growth and national and international recognition. He assumed the post
of Chancellor of the School in 1996, and continues to serve Baylor in
that capacity.? (http://www.bcm.tmc.edu/pa/presidents.htm )
Contact information (at Baylor, where he serves as Chancellor):
Butler , William T
Department: Corporate Officers
Office Phone: 713-798-4846
10. Michael E. DeBakey
?In 1968, Baylor University Board of Trustees appointed Michael E.
DeBakey, M.D., the Chairman of the Department of Surgery, to the
position of Vice President for Medical Affairs and shortly thereafter,
Baylor College of Medicine became a stand-alone medical school. The
following year, the College?s Board of Trustees invited him to become
the Schools first President, and in that role, he convinced the Texas
Legislature that state money would be well spent in training Texas
students to be doctors in a private medical school. In addition, he
sought federal dollars to expand the School?s research program and
help to raise $30 million to ease the College?s debts in the late
1960s. In 1979, DeBakey relinquished the Presidency to be Baylor
College of Medicine?s first Chancellor and accepted the role of
Chancellor Emeritus in 1996.?
Contact information at Baylor:
DeBakey , Michael E
Department: Corporate Officers
Office Phone: 713-790-3151