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College names nominees for ACP officers and Regents

From the November ACP Observer, copyright © 2003 by the American College of Physicians.

The ACP Nominations Committee has nominated the following candidates for office:
2004-05 President-elect:

C. Anderson Hedberg, FACP, Chicago
Medical school: Cornell University Medical School, 1961.
Residency: New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, 1961-64.
Fellowship: University of Chicago Hospitals, gastroenterology, 1964-66.
Certification: 1968, 1974 (internal medicine); 1972 (gastroenterology).
Present positions: Associate professor of medicine, Rush University Medical School. Senior attending physician, Rush University Medical Center.
C. Anderson HedbergCurrent patient care activities: 90%.
Current activities in administration, research and teaching: teaching, 10%. Previous positions: Rush University Medical School: section director, section of general internal medicine, 1992-2000; assistant chair, department of internal medicine, 1987-2000.
ACP activities: Fellowship, 1969. Medical services committee: chair, 2001-present; member, 1998-present. Regent, 1999-present. Chair, internist today steering committee, 1996-2000. Subcommittee on postgraduate and chapter education, 1996-98 and 1992-94. Vice chair, membership policy committee, 1993-95. Governor for northern Illinois chapter, 1992-96.
Appointments and activities in organizations other than ACP: Medical advisory board, John Schweppe Foundation, 1992-98. President of medical staff, board of trustees, Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center, 1991-95. Editorial panel, Current Procedural Terminology, AMA, 1989-99. Consultant committee, biological sciences, World Book Encyclopedia, 1987-99. Tour physician for Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1985-present.
Strengths, based on training and experience: CME; marketing and public relations; nomenclature and coding; physician reimbursement; generalism in teaching and practice.

Incumbent Regent nominees

The following incumbents, listed in alphabetical order, are nominated for a second term of three years to expire in 2007:

Jamie S. BarkinJamie S. Barkin, FACP, Miami Beach, Fla.
Medical school: University of Miami School of Medicine, 1970.
Residency: Jackson Memorial Hospital and the Veterans Administration Hospital, University of Miami, 1970-73.
Fellowship: Jackson Memorial Hospital and the Veterans Administration Hospital, University of Miami, gastroenterology, 1973-75.
Certification: 1973 (internal medicine); 1975 (gastroenterology).
Present position: Professor, department of medicine and oncology, University of Miami School of Medicine. Chief, division of gastroenterology and active attending staff, Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach, Fla.
Current patient care activities: 60%.
Current activities in administration, research and teaching: administration, 5%; research, 10%; teaching, 25%.
Previous positions: University of Miami department of medicine: associate professor, 1980-87; assistant professor, 1975-80. University of Miami department of oncology: associate professor, 1981-86; assistant professor, 1978-81.
ACP activities: Fellowship, 1973. Regents subcommittee on nominations, 2003-present. Nominations committee, 2002-present. Marketing and communications committee, 2003-present. Awards Committee, 2002-03. International subcommittee, 2002-03. Regent, 2001-present. Merger task force, 1998. Chapters subcommittee, 1996-present. Florida chapter: Governor, 1996-2000; MKSAP planning subcommittee, 1990-93; chair, public relations committee, 1988-95. Recipient of seven Evergreen awards for outstanding efforts and activities.
Appointments and activities in organizations other than ACP: Major general, Third Medical Command, U.S. Army Reserve, Atlanta, 2001-present. Consultant, gastroenterology-urology devices panel, center for devices radiological health, FDA, 1988-present. President, Bockus International Society of Gastroenterology, 1996-98. President, Florida Gastroenterological Society, 1994-95. American College of Gastroenterology: president, 1989-1990; treasurer, 1985-88; public relations committee, 1996-99. FDA, voting member, panel on devices, 1992-95. Florida Medical Association, ad hoc committee on academic physicians, 1992-95. Training & education committee, American Gastroenterological Association, 1988-91. President, Florida Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 1979-81.
Strengths, based on training and experience: CME; Web-based learning; administration; project management.

David C. DaleDavid C. Dale, FACP, Seattle
Medical school: Harvard University, 1966.
Residency: Massachusetts General Hospital, 1966-68; University of Washington Hospital, 1971-72.
Fellowship: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, infectious diseases, 1968-71.
Certification: 1972 (internal medicine).
Present position: Professor of medicine, University of Washington.
Current patient care activities: 30%
Current activities in administration, research and teaching: administration, 10%; research, 40%; teaching, 20%.
Previous positions: Dean, school of medicine, University of Washington, 1982-86. Associate dean for clinical affairs, University of Washington, 1982. Associate chair, department of medicine, University of Washington, 1976-82.
ACP activities: Fellowship, 1976. Nominations committee, 2003-present. Regent, 2001-present. Finance committee, 2001-2003. Chair, Board of Governors, 2002-03. Education committee, 1999-2001. Chair, clinical efficacy assessment subcommittee, 1999-2001. Clinical efficacy assessment project, hematology representative, 1981-82. Fellowships and scholarships committee, 1980-81. Advisory panel on pulmonary disease, 1979-80. Washington chapter: Governor, 1998-2002; annual meeting program chair, 1989.
Appointments and activities in organizations other than ACP: Editor-in-chief, Scientific American Medicine, 1994-present. Vice president, American Clinical and Climatological Association, 2001-02. Alpha Omega Alpha: president, 1996-2002; vice president, 1995; board of directors, 1994-2002. Washington State Medical Society: judicial council, 2001-present; physicians' health program advisory committee, 1994-95; board of trustees, 1990-94. Physicians for Social Responsibility, national board of sponsors, 1995-present. King County Medical Society: judicial committee, 1998-2002; ombudsman committee, 1995-2000; public health liaison committee, 1989-95; board of trustees, 1989-93. Editor, Journal of General Internal Medicine, 1989-94. President, Western Association of Physicians, 1986-87. Associate editor, Blood, Journal American Society of Hematology, 1983-87. Society for Research and Education in Primary Care Internal Medicine (now Society of General Internal Medicine): president, 1979-80; vice president, 1978-79.
Strengths, based on training and experience: GME; research development and funding; disease mechanisms; patient care.

Joel S. LevineJoel S. Levine, FACP, Denver
Medical school: SUNY Downstate Medical Center, 1971.
Residency: Tufts-New England Medical Center, 1971-73.
Fellowship: University of Colorado School of Medicine, gastroenterology, 1975-78.
Certification: 1976 (internal medicine); 1977 (gastroenterology).
Present position: Professor of medicine-division of gastroenterology and senior associate dean for clinical affairs, University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Current patient care activities: 40%.
Current activities in administration, research and teaching: administration, 40%; research, 5%; teaching, 15%.
Previous positions: Vice chair, department of medicine, University of Colorado, 1984-92.
ACP activities: Fellowship, 1982. Regent: 2001-present. Board of Governors executive committee, 2000-present. Managed care subcommittee, 2000-present. Vice chair, medical services committee, 1998-2000. Colorado chapter: Governor, 1997-present; health and public policy committee, 1990-96. Health and public policy committee, 1997-98.
Appointments and activities in organizations other than ACP: American Gastroenterological Association: chair, public policy committee, 1996-2000; governing board executive committee, 1996-2000. Colorado Medical Society: health affairs council, 1995-present; patient/physician advocacy committee, 1990-93. Health quality improvement committee, Colorado Access, 1995-present. University Hospital Consortium: founding member of the clinical evaluative sciences council, 1991-96; board of directors, 1990-93. Board of trustees, Kern Research Foundation, 1983-present.
Strengths, based on training and experience: health care access/reform; government relations; GME; health and public policy; physician payment; physician documentation; managed care; rural health; federal compliance; conflict resolution.

Regent nominees

There will be four Regent vacancies. The terms of Robert B. Gibbons, FACP, and Isabel V. Hoverman, FACP, will expire; C. Anderson Hedberg, FACP, has been nominated as President-elect; and Donna E. Sweet, FACP, 2004-05 Chair-elect of the Board of Regents, will vacate her position. If elected, the Immediate Past Chair of the Board of Governors David C. Dale, FACP, will fill one of these vacancies as an incumbent Regent, leaving three openings for new Regents.

The following slate provides twice the number of candidates. (The candidates are listed in alphabetical order in each pool.) Three candidates will be elected from among the six listed; two will come from the Governor pool (current and former Governors), and one will come from the non-Governor pool:

Governor pool (two to be elected)

Virginia U. CollierVirginia U. Collier, FACP, Newark, Del.
Medical school: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 1976.
Residency: Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1976-77, 1979-80.
Fellowship: Johns Hopkins Hospital, nephrology, 1977-79.
Certification: 1980, 1992 (internal medicine); 1982 (nephrology).
Present position: Vice chair and residency program director, department of medicine, Christiana Care Health System. Med-peds and med-ER associate program director, Christiana Care Health System. Clinical associate professor of medicine, Jefferson Medical College.
Current patient care activities: 10%.
Current activities in administration, research and teaching: administration, 40%; teaching, 40%; research, 10%.
Previous positions: Associate program director, department of medicine, Christiana Care Health System.
ACP activities: Fellowship, 1985. Chapters subcommittee: chair, 2003-present; member, 2000-03. Membership committee, 2003-present. Executive committee, Board of Governors, 2003-present. MKSAP Prep for Boards II coordinating editor, 2003-present. MKSAP XIII associate editor, 2002-present. ACP clinical vignette national competition judge, 1999-present. ACP Associates Abstract Review Board, 1998-present. MKSAP XII Update associate editor, 2001-02. ACP-ASIM representative to the national kidney disease education program, 2001-02. Medical student and associate activity subcommittee, 2000-02. MKSAP XII ambulatory care author, 2000-01. Delaware chapter: Governor, 2000-present; education liaison for CME, 1995-present.
Appointments and activities in organizations other than ACP: Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine: elected council member, 2000-03; member, 1991-present; resident services subcommittee, chair, 1999-present, member 1997-99; Program Directors' Manual, associate editor, 2002; nominating committee, 1996. Medical Society of Delaware: member, 1991-present; public and professional education committee (accredits CME in Delaware): chair, 1991-present; member, 1990-91. Delaware Institute of Medical Education and Research, board of directors, 1998-present. Delaware Coalition for Telecommunications in Health Care: chair 2000-present; member 1997-99. Sweet Briar College: board of directors, 2002-present; executive committee, 2003-present.
Strengths, based on training and experience: GME; continuing education; publications; program development; communications/marketing; fund raising.

Tanya L. RepkaTanya L. Repka, FACP, Duluth, Minn.
Medical school: University of Minnesota, 1984.
Residency: Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, Minn., 1985-87.
Fellowship: University of Minnesota, oncology/hematology, 1988-91.
Certification: 1987 (internal medicine); 1991, 2001 (medical oncology); 1992, 2002 (hematology).
Present position: Practicing oncologist/hematologist, St. Luke's Oncology Associates, Duluth, Minn.
Current patient care activities: 90%.
Current activities in administration, research and teaching: administration, 2%; research, 8%.
Previous positions: Director, medical oncology and hematology clinic at University of Minnesota, 1997-1999. Chief, division of hematology/_oncology, Hennepin County Medical Center, 1995-97.
ACP activities: Fellowship, 1996. Awards committee, 2001-03. Marketing and communications committee, vice-chair, 2000-03. Chapter subcommittee, 2000-03. Minnesota chapter: Governor's council, 2003-present; governor, 1999-2003; Minnesota ACP women: chair, 1996-99; scientific program, chair, 1994.
Appointments and activities in organizations other than ACP: University of Minnesota Medical School Alumni Committee Board, 2001-present. Minnesota Society of Clinical Oncology, board of directors, 2001.
Strengths, based on training and experience: management; program development; private/hospital-based practice; clinical research development.

Charles V. SandersCharles V. Sanders, FACP, New Orleans
Medical school: LSU School of Medicine, 1964.
Residency: Confederate Memorial Medical Center, Shreveport, La., 1965-68.
Fellowship: University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas, infectious diseases, 1968-70.
Certification: 1970 (internal medicine); 1972 (infectious diseases); 1994 (geriatric medicine).
Present positions: Chairman, department of medicine, LSUHSC-New Orleans. Medical director of the medicine hospital center for the Charity and University campuses at the Medical Center of Louisiana at New Orleans.
Current patient care activities: 15%.
Current activities in administration, research and teaching: administration, 55%; research, 5%; teaching, 25%.
Previous positions: LSU School of Medicine, department of internal medicine: associate professor, 1975-80; assistant professor, 1970-75.
ACP activities: Fellowship, 1975. Membership committee, 2001-present. Louisiana chapter: Governor, 1999-2003; Laureate award, 1997; program committee, 1995-96. One of top 10 key contacts, 2000-2001. Annual Session 2004 scientific program committee, 2002.
Appointments and activities in organizations other than ACP: Association of Professors of Medicine: advocacy advisory board, 2002; chair, constituency task force, 2002; nominating and membership committee, 2000-02; board of directors, 2001-present; chairman, publications committee, 1998-99. Louisiana State Medical Society editorial board, 2001-02. President, New Orleans Academy of Internal Medicine, 1998-99. Co-chair, AFMR/SSCI session, 1998. Chapter advisor, AMA medical student section, 1998. Infectious Diseases Society of America publications committee, 1994-96.
Strengths, based on training and experience: budget/finance; communications/marketing; CME; data analysis; government relations; GME; health and public policy; legal affairs; management; program development; public relations; technology.

Lawrence G. SmithLawrence G. Smith, FACP, New York
Medical school: New York University Medical School, 1972-76.
Residency: Strong Memorial Hospital, 1976-79.
Certification: 1979 (internal medicine); 1987, 1997 (critical care); 1997 (special qualifications in critical care).
Present position: Dean of medical education and professor of medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Director, institute of medical education.
Current patient care activities: 20%.
Current activities in administration, research and teaching: admininistration, 50%; research, 10%; teaching, 20%.
Previous positions: Internal medicine residency program director, Mount Sinai Hospital, 1993-2001.
ACP activities: Fellowship, 1990. Liaison committee on recertification, 2002-present. Treasurer, New York ACP-ASIM Services, 2002-2003. Education committee, 2001-present. President, ACP-ASIM New York Chapter, 2001-02. Education Committee member 2000-present. Governor, New York downstate region I, 1999-2003. Health and public policy committee, workgroup on the physician workforce and financing of GME, 1996. Evidence-based medicine task force (ACP/New York Academy of Medicine), 1995-99. Chair, subcommittee on practice guidelines, 1991-94.
Appointments and activities in organizations other than ACP: Internal medicine representative to the Organization of Program Director Organizations, 2003. Member, RRC-IM pilot programs project, 2003. Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine: president, 2002-03; national council member, 1998-present; program planning committee, 1995-present; resident services committee, 1994-present; chairman, chief residents program, 1994-2001; health and public policy committee, 1990-present.
Strengths, based on training and experience: continuing leadership in medical school education; GME; general internal medicine private practice; residency program development.

Non-governor pool (one to be elected)

Robert G. LukeRobert G. Luke, MACP, Cincinnati
Medical school: University of Glasgow, Scotland, 1959.
Residency: University of Glasgow Medical School Hospitals, 1959-1962.
Fellowship: University of Glasgow Medical School Hospitals, 1962-64. Yale University Medical School, 1964-66.
Present position: Chairman, department of medicine, University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
Current patient care activities: 15%.
Current activities in administration, research and teaching: administration, 50%; research, 10%; teaching, 25%.
ACP activities: Mastership, 2002. Fellowship, 1970. Steering committee for ITE, 1998-present. In-training exam committee, 1991-1994. Chairman, MKSAP IX nephrology committee, 1989-1992. MKSAP VIII nephrology committee, 1986-1989.
Appointments and activities in organizations other than ACP: Association of Professors of Medicine: chair, education committee, 2000-02; board of directors, 2000-02 and 1992-95; chair, GME committee 1990-95. Secretary/treasurer, American Clinical and Climatological Association, 2000-present. Associate editor, Nephrology Dialysis and Transplantation, 1998-present. AMA section on medical schools, 1998-present. President, American Society of Nephrology, 1997. President, Clinical Society for Clinical Research, 1994. Editor, American Journal of Kidney Diseases, 1987-1992. Program chairman, scientific program committee for the National Kidney Foundation annual scientific meetings, 1985-1986.
Strengths, based on training and experience: GME; publications; research and grants development; program development; management.

Barbara J. TurnerBarbara J. Turner, FACP, Philadelphia
Medical school: University of Pennsylvania, 1978.
Residency: Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 1978-81.
Fellowships: St. Thomas' Hospital, London (community medicine), 1981-82. University of Pennsylvania (Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar), 1982-84.
Certification: 1981 (internal medicine).
Present positions: University of Pennsylvania: professor of medicine and director, primary care physician-scientist fellowship. Senior fellow of the Leonard Davis Institute for Health Economics.
Current patient care activities: 30%.
Current activities in administration, research and teaching: administration, 10%; research/editorial, 40%; teaching, 20%.
Previous positions: Professor of medicine, Thomas Jefferson University, 1996-2000. Director of medical consult service, Wills Eye Hospital, 1986-89. Director, division of health care research, center for research in medical education and health care, Thomas Jefferson University, 1996-99.
ACP activities: Fellowship, 1991. Annals of Internal Medicine: associate editor, 2000-present; editorial board, 1998-2002; search committee for editor, 2000. Nominations committee, 1996-97. Council of Medical Societies (SGIM representative), 1995-96.
Appointments and activities in organizations other than ACP: Society of General Internal Medicine: national meeting abstract selection committee, 2000-present; chair, development committee, 1998-2001; chair, research committee, 1997-98; editorial board, Journal of General Internal Medicine, 1996-99; national council 1995-98. Medical editor, Hippocrates, 1999-2001 City of Philadelphia HIV/AIDS planning commission (appointed by mayor), 1995-96.
Strengths, based on training and experience: health and public policy; research; CME; GME; publications/editorial; development.

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How the election of College leaders works

The election of College officers and Regents will take place by electronic ballot in January 2004. The voting body consists of 31 members of the Board of Regents and 81 members of the Board of Governors, who are elected by popular vote in their respective jurisdictions (three represent government services). Officers and Regents will take office at the conclusion of the Annual Business Meeting on Saturday, April 24, 2004, in New Orleans.

College Officers and eligible second-term Regents will be voted by "yes" or "no" vote. In the event that an officer candidate does not receive a majority vote, the Nominations Committee will submit another candidate and a second ballot will be mailed. In the event that a second-term Regent candidate is not re-elected, a "new" Regent position would be opened and the next new Regent candidate with the greatest number of votes in the appropriate candidate pool will serve.

Regent candidates may be added to the slate by petition. This requires the submission of biographical information, completed by the candidate, with a statement (maximum 150 words) indicating his or her qualifications for service. This must be accompanied by at least 50 signatures of Masters, Fellows and Members and must be received by the Executive Vice President/Chief Executive Officer no later than Jan. 2, 2004.

Members are encouraged to review candidate qualifications and share their views with their Governors before Jan. 2. To obtain a biographical sketch and candidate information sheet or for further information, contact the Executive Office Coordinator at 800-523-1546, ext. 2814, or by e-mail.

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Regents name new Chair-elect

At its October meeting, the Board of Regents elected Donna E. Sweet, FACP, the 2004-05 Chair-elect of the Board of Regents. Dr. Sweet will assume her duties as Chair at the conclusion of the Annual Business meeting Saturday, April 16, 2005, in San Francisco.

Eric B. Larson, FACP, of Seattle, the current Chair-elect of the Board of Regents, will assume office as Chair of the Board of Regents at the conclusion of the Annual Business Meeting on Saturday, April 24, 2004, in New Orleans.

Here is biographical information on Dr. Sweet.

Donna E. SweetDonna E. Sweet, FACP, Wichita, Kan.
Medical school: University of Kansas School of Medicine, 1976-79.
Residency: University of Kansas-Wichita and affiliated hospitals, 1979-82.
Certification: 1982 (internal medicine).
Present position: Professor of medicine, University of Kansas School of Medicine. Director of internal medicine education, Via Christi Regional Medical Center-St. Francis campus.
Current patient care activities: 50%.
Current activities in administration, research and teaching: administration, 10%; research, 10%; teaching, 30%.
ACP activities: Fellowship, 1987. Chair, marketing and communications committee, 2002-present. Regent, 2001-present. ACP representative to COLA board of directors, 2001-present. ACP alternate delegate to the AMA, 2002-03. Membership committee: member, 2001-2003, 1996-99; vice-chair, 1997-99. Chair, marketing and communications committee, 2002-03. Nominations committee, 2001-2002. Chair, Board of Governors, 2000-2001. Credentials and membership committee, 1987-90. Kansas chapter: governor, 1996-2000; governor's council, 2001-present and 1989-92.
Appointments and activities in organizations other than ACP: National task force on rural HIV/AIDS, National Rural Health Association, 1999-present. Program director, Ryan White Title III early intervention program, 1993-present. Principal investigator, Kansas AIDS education training center, 1990-present. Member, medical services committee, Kansas Medical Society, 1992-present.
Strengths, based on training and experience: patient and physician advocacy; public policy; HIV/AIDS scientific policy; GME.

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Candidates for Chair-elect of the Board of Governors

Two candidates are seeking the position of Chair-elect for the Board of Governors (BOG).

The College's Governors will vote online through the Governor's Information Center in December, once the ballot is posted. The winning candidate will serve as Chair-elect of the Board of Governors in 2003-04 and as Chair in 2004-05.

Fred Ralston Jr., FACP, Fayetteville, Tenn.
Dr. Ralston received his medical degree from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in 1980. After completing an internship and residency at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, he entered private practice with Fayetteville Medical Associates PC. He served as a hospital board member and in many leadership capacities on the medical staff of Lincoln Regional Hospital. He was actively involved in the planning and building of a new community hospital, which was ultimately approved by public referendum.

Dr. Ralston became a College Fellow in 1996. He served as a transitional Governor for ACP's Tennessee Chapter from 1998-99 during ACP's merger with the ASIM, and he was elected Governor of the chapter in 2000. Dr. Ralston is currently vice-chair of the College's Health and Public Policy Committee. He served on ACP's Publications Committee from 2001-03 and was vice-chair of the group from 2002-03. Dr. Ralston also served as chairman of an ACP special reference committee on recertification in 2002. He currently serves as parliamentarian for the ACP Board of Governors.

In activities outside of the College, Dr. Ralston has served in many leadership capacities for the Tennessee Medical Association, including a term as board chairman. He was chairman of the TMA TennCare Reform Task Force and is involved in many community activities.

Edward D. Harris Jr., FACP, Stanford, Calif.
Dr. Harris received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School in 1962. After completing an internship and residency at Boston's Massachusetts General Hospital, Dr. Harris was a clinical and research fellow at the arthritis unit of Massachusetts General Hospital from 1967-69 and a visiting scientist at Strangeways Research Laboratory in Cambridge, England, from 1974-75.

Dr. Harris is the George DeForest Barnett professor of medicine emeritus at Stanford University School of Medicine, having been chair of medicine at Stanford. In addition to consulting in rheumatology, he is also executive secretary of Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Honor Medical Society, editor of AOA's quarterly, The Pharos, and is academic secretary to Stanford University.

Dr. Harris became a College Fellow in 1970. He has served on the rheumatology section of MKSAP as a member or chair for many years since 1978, and he is currently editor-in-chief of the rheumatology section of MKSAP XIII. Dr. Harris served as Governor for ACP's New Jersey Chapter from 1987-88 before moving to Stanford; he is also currently Governor for ACP's Northern California Chapter. He is the current vice-chair of the Publications Committee, and he sits on the search committee for the senior vice president for ACP's Medical Knowledge and Education division.

In activities outside of the College, Dr. Harris is a member of the Royal College of Physicians in London and a Master of the American College of Rheumatology. He is also active in the Association of Professors of Medicine, the California Academy of Medicine (he was president from 1996-97), and several NIH advisory boards and research groups. He is editor-in-chief of the 7th edition (in preparation) of the Kelley Textbook of Rheumatology.

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More information on ACP leadership

If you need more information to help you choose from this year's candidates, help is available at ACP Online.

  • A list of the current Board of Regents is online.
  • A list of the current Board of Governors is online.
  • A list of all Governors-elect is online.

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