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Quillen College of Medicine

Admissions Committee

James H. Quillen College of Medicine

Admissions Committee Membership

2018-2019 

MEMBER DEPARTMENT TERM COMMENTS
Boyce Berry, MD Community Physician 6/30/21  
Roderick Biosca, DVM Community Member 6/30/21  
Reid Blackwelder, MD Family Medicine 6/30/19 Chair
Peter Bockhorst, DO Family Medicine 6/30/21  
Sarah Carrier, MD. Community Physician 6/30/20    
Dan Cross, PhD Community Member 6/30/19  
James Denham, MD Section of Medical Education 6/30/19  
Pauline Douglas, MA Community Member 6/30/21  
Tom Ecay, PhD Biomedical Sciences 6/30/20  
Kathryn Feagins, JD ETSU Scholarship Office 6/30/19    
Paul Gorman, MD Surgery 6/30/20  
Bryan Helsel, MD Surgery 6/30/20  
Shobha Hiremagalur, MD Family Medicine 6/30/20  
Elizabeth Hughes, BS Community Member 6/30/20  
David Johnson, PhD Biomedical Sciences 6/30/19  
Keith Johnson, PhD ETSU Department of Engineering Tech 6/30/21  
David Linville, MD Secretary, ETSU Board of Trustees 6/30/20 Vice-Chair
Sam Massey, MD Community Physician 6/30/19  
Tamra McKenzie, MD Surgery 6/30/20  
Greg Ordway Biomedical Sciences 6/30/21  
Jodi Polaha, PhD Family Medicine 6/30/19  
Mark Ransom, MD OB/GYN 6/30/20  
Antonio Rusinol, PhD Biomedical Sciences 6/30/21  
Tom Schacht, PsyD Community Member 6/30/21  
Krishna Singh, PhD Biomedical Sciences 6/30/19  
Cynthia Thomas, DO Community Physician 6/30/21  
Bedford Transou, MDiv Community Member 6/30/21  
Brian Villanueva, MD Community Physician 6/30/21  
Casey Watkins, MD Internal Medicine 6/30/20  
Christopher Wiltcher, MD OB/GYN 6/30/20  
Kristina Mouksian Medical Student 4 6/30/19  
Bavly Dawoud Medical Student 3 6/30/19  
Ansley Ricker Medical Student 3 6/30/19  
Gregory de Roo Medical Student 2 6/30/20  
Brian Viscomi Medical Student 2 6/30/20  
Jacquie Zimmerman Medical Student 2 6/30/20  
Tom Kwasigroch, PhD Associate Dean, Student Affairs ex officio non-voting
Doug Taylor Associate Dean, Admissions and Records ex officio non-voting
Amanda Cole Admissions Coordinator (staff support) ex officio non-voting
Stephanie Cole Admissions Counselor (staff support) ex officio non-voting

 

CHARGE

The Admissions Committee is charged with and empowered to select all students for admission to the Quillen College of Medicine. The committee is appointed by the Dean of Medicine and is responsible in all matters regarding admission. The term of appointment for each member is three years, except for student members whose appointment shall be for two years, with appointments to be renewed at the discretion of the Dean and in accordance with the needs of the institution.

The committee is charged with the responsibility of selecting students most qualified for and who will most benefit from the program of medical education and those believed to have potential for furthering the mission of the institution. The committee functions without outside influence and has sole responsibility for determining and implementing institutional application process and admissions policy. Pertinent characteristics of the applicants, are carefully considered in order to select students who are thought to be properly motivated for the study of medicine, capable of successfully completing the curriculum, and capable of entering the successful practice of medicine with high moral and ethical standards. Each applicant is evaluated according to committee practices, and particular care is given to see that equal opportunity is afforded all applicants.

STRUCTURE

The committee is structured to provide a diverse base of thinking, background and experience. The chairperson is selected by the dean as a person of knowledge, leadership and ability to lead the committee in the accomplishment of its mission. The chairperson serves at the pleasure of the dean. All committee members are expected to be full participants in the evaluation and selection process. The committee is predominantly comprised of medical school faculty but also include membership from the university, community members, medical students and others. Ex-officio members are the Associate Dean for Student Affairs, Associate Dean for Admissions, AAMC Minority Affairs Designee and Staff Support as necessary to complete the committee mission.

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