The Workup Newsletter October 2019

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How effective is the MCAT in predicting student success across gender, ethnic, and socioeconomic boundaries? How soon will virtual-reality goggles replace cadavers in med-school anatomy labs? How are schools handling longstanding relationships with political lightning rods such as U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement?

Those are just some of the questions answered in the latest edition of The Workup, Harris Search Associates’ monthly newsletter for decision-makers who work in and around academic medicine and the health sciences. As always, it features a roundup of pertinent news headlines, a breakdown of notable personnel moves, and a curated assortment of timely, relevant insights from individuals at the forefront of innovation and discovery.

(If you prefer not to download attachments, you may access the newsletter via this link: The Workup: October 2019.)

We hope you find The Workup both useful and thought-provoking. We also welcome any thoughts or suggestions.




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