Dell Medical School: An Update and a Research Perspective
Presented by the Texas Advanced Computing Center and the Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES)
The University of Texas at Austin
Peter O'Donnell Jr. Building (POB)
August 14, 2013
Progress on development of the Dell Medical School and the ongoing plan for health sciences research.
Dr. Robert Messing, a nationally recognized addiction science researcher, is the new vice provost for biomedical sciences at The University of Texas at Austin. Messing comes to The University from the University of California, San Francisco, where he was on the faculty for 26 years, having spent the past 15 years as an administrator helping to build a highly successful research institute, the Ernest Gallo Clinic and Research Center. During that time he maintained an active research laboratory at the Gallo Center focused on the neurobiology of addiction, and he contributed to patient care and medical education through the Neurology Service at the San Francisco General Hospital.
He has also previously served on the UCSF Committee on Curriculum and Educational Policy and on the Clinical Courses Operating Committee, helping to revamp the third-year medical student core clerkships, while directing the Neurology Core Clerkship at UCSF.
Messing earned a bachelor's degree in history and his M.D. from Stanford University. He completed two years of residency training in internal medicine at the University of Virginia followed by three years of neurology residency at UCSF. He is board certified in neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Most recently, he served as a professor of neurology at the UCSF School of Medicine, in addition to a series of leadership positions at the Ernest Gallo Clinic and Research Center.
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