PA Studies faculty acknowledged at Women’s Achievement Social
The tenth annual Leadership and Career Development Women’s
Achievement Social held by the Office
of Women in Medicine and Science (OWIMS) took place on June 4, 2015, to
celebrate the recent achievements of women faculty at Wake Forest School of
Medicine. Seven faculty members from PA Studies were acknowledged at this event
for their recent promotions, honors, awards, and other accomplishments.
Sonia Crandall, PhD,
MS, was chosen as Chair Elect of the Association of American Medical
Colleges Southern Group on Educational Affairs and received two awards: the James
Edwin Byrum, Jr., MD, Distinguished Faculty Mentor Award, and the Generalists
in Medical Education Servant Leadership Award.
L. Gail Curtis, PA-C,
MPAS, completed the OWIMS Career Development for Women Leaders Training
Program and was elected Vice President and Speaker of the House of
Delegates for the American Academy of Physician Assistants.
Jill Grant, MS, MMS,
PA-C, was promoted from Instructor to Assistant Professor and completed the
OWIMS Early Career
Development Program for Women.
Tanya Gregory, PhD,
investigator on Use
of the Medical Humanities in Physician Assistant Educational Programs: A
National Survey, funded by the Physician Assistant Education
Sarah Maloney, MS,
MPAS, PA-C, completed the OWIMS Early Career Development Program for Women.
Janie McDaniel,MS, BSMT, MLS(ASCP)SC, was promoted from Instructor to Assistant Professor
and was elected Director at Large for the Physician
Assistant Education Association.
Suzanne Reich, PA-C,
MPAS, was promoted from Assistant Professor to Associate Professor.
PA Studies congratulates these faculty members on