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College members elected to AMA office

The following ACP-ASIM members were elected to office at the AMA's July meeting (members are listed in alphabetical order):

James L. Borland Jr., MACP, was elected to serve as the chair of the AMA council on medical education.

Yank D. Coble Jr., MACP, will serve as president-elect of the AMA.

Willarda V. Edwards, ACP-ASIM Member, and Jennifer E. Trottman, ACP-ASIM Member, will serve on the select investigative committee.

Sandra Adamson Fryhofer, MACP, was appointed to the committee charged with investigating allegations against the AMA contained in a lawsuit filed by E. Ratcliffe Anderson, MD, former AMA chief executive officer and senior executive vice president.

Mark A. Levine, FACP, was elected to a seven-year term as a member of the AMA's council on ethical and judicial affairs.

Eric Milbrandt, ACP-ASIM Associate, will serve as the AMA's vice-chair of the governing council for the resident and fellow section.

Carl A. Sirio, FACP, was elected to the council on medical education.

Peter Y. Watson, ACP-ASIM Associate, was elected to the resident position on the AMA's board of trustees.

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