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Quillen College of Medicine

Medical Student Education Committee

JAMES H. QUILLEN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
MEDICAL STUDENT EDUCATION COMMITTEE

MSEC STRUCTURE
The committee will be comprised of 13 faculty members, including the chair, appointed by the Executive Associate Dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs who will represent the Dean for this purpose.  Members may be reappointed upon term completion.  Such appointments will be made in accordance with the College of Medicine Committee Appointment Procedure.  College of Medicine and University faculty and staff will serve as consultants to the committee.  Additionally, there will be four elected medical student representatives, one from each class.

Faculty members are expected to commit 10% of their time to MSEC activities and to attend 60% of the meetings. 


Dean's Charge for MSEC
October 20, 2015

MSEC CHARGE

The Medical Student Education Committee (MSEC) is the curriculum committee of the Quillen College of Medicine, with full responsibility to oversee the undergraduate medical education program as a whole and has responsibility for the overall design, management, integration, evaluation, and enhancement of a coherent and coordinated medical curriculum.

MSEC shall:

1) Define and formulate the competencies and objectives of the curriculum and ensure that they guide all aspects of the curriculum.

2) Consider, take positions and determine policy on any matter concerning the undergraduate medical education curriculum.

3) Establish policies governing the undergraduate medical education program curriculum and monitor their implementation and outcomes.

4) Advise the Dean on matters of accreditation related to the undergraduate medical education program curriculum.

 
Medical Student Education Committee website (ETSU username and password required for some content)
 

 

 

2019-2020 MSEC MEMBERS 

( Revised August 29, 2019)

Voting Members - Chair    

1.  Ramsey McGowen,PhD

Associate Dean Curriculum; Academic Affairs/ Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

 

439-8005;

Non-Voting Member - Executive Associate Dean

Ken Olive, MD

Executive Associate Dean for Academic & Faculty Affairs 439-8005;  

 Voting Members

2. Caroline Abercrombie, MD

Academic Affairs; Section of Medical Education

439-2106;

3.  Martha  Bird, MD

Psychiatry Clinical

439-2218;

4.  Ivy Click, Ed. D Family Medicine Clinical

423-791-3473;   

5. Thomas Ecay, PhD

Biomedical Sciences

439-2046;          

6.  Russell Hayman, PhD Biomedical Sciences

 439-6613;  

7. Paul Monaco, PhD Biomedical Sciences 439-6717;  
8. Jason Moore, MD Family Medicine 989-4050;  

9. Mark Ransom, MD

OB/GYN

439-6335;  

10. Antonio Rusinol, PhD

Biomedical Sciences

439-8015;
 

11.Rob Schoborg, PhD

Biomedical Sciences

439-6295;  

12. vacant

 

 

13. Vacant

   
Student Voting Members    
14.  Hunter Bratton, M4 Fourth Year Medical Student  
15. Erin Lutz, M3 Third Year Medical Student

 

16.  Sarah Allen Ray, M2 Second Year Medical Student

 

17.  Rebecca (RJ) Black, M1 First Year Medical Student

 

Ex Officio Members

1. Joe Florence, MD Family Medicine- Director of Rural Programs 439-4685;  
2. Tom Kwasigroch, PhD Associate Dean for Student Affairs; Biomedical Sciences 439-2019;   
3. Theresa Lura, MD Assistant Dean of Medical Education: Academic Affairs 439-8871;   
4. Rachel R. Walden, MLIS Associate Dean/ Associate Professor, Learning Resources 439-6355;   
 

Administrative Support

 

Lorena Burton, CAP

Medical Education Coordinator

439-6233;  

Mariela McCandless, MPH

Medical Education Coordinator

439-3409;

Skylar Moore, BSPH

Medical Education Coordinator

439-6756;  

Cathy Peeples, MPH

Clinical Medical Education Coordinator

439-6311;

 Sharon Smith, CAP Office Coordinator

439-8005,
 

     
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