Two CUIMC Graduates to Lead Colleges of Public Well being

Graduates of two Columbia College Irving Medical Heart faculties have been named leaders of public well being faculties at Yale College and Texas Tech College.

Megan Ranney, MD
Megan Ranney

Megan L. Ranney, MD, a 2004 graduate of the Vagelos Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons, will develop into dean of the Yale College of Public Well being on July 1. Her appointment was introduced in January.

Ranney has been a school member since 2008 at Brown College’s public well being college, the place she is now deputy dean. At Brown College’s medical college, she is the Warren Alpert Endowed Professor of Emergency Medication and a professor of behavioral and social science. She can be founding director of the Brown-Lifespan Heart for Digital Well being.

She accomplished a residency in emergency drugs, together with serving as chief resident, at Brown. She additionally obtained an MPH and accomplished an harm prevention analysis fellowship at Brown.

Gerard Carrino
Gerard Carrino

Gerard E. Carrino, PhD, who acquired his MPH in 1991 from Mailman College of Public Well being, turned dean of the Julia Jones Matthews College of Inhabitants and Public Well being at Texas Tech College Well being Sciences Heart on Feb. 1. Carrino acquired his PhD diploma from Columbia’s Graduate College of Arts and Sciences with a concentrate on economics and public well being.

Earlier than becoming a member of Texas Tech, Carrino was head of the Division of Well being Coverage & Administration at Texas A&M College’s public well being college. Throughout his six years there, he led interprofessional schooling and oversaw the accreditation of its well being administration program.

Carrino’s analysis focuses on interprofessional schooling, maternal and youngster well being, and non-profit well being care.