National Academy of Medicine Elects Three Texans in 2017
TAMEST welcomes the following two new members to our organization who were recently elected to the National Academy of Medicine:
- Carrie Lynn Byington, M.D., dean of medicine and senior vice president, Health Science Center, and vice chancellor for health services, Texas A&M University
- Gerard E. Francisco, M.D., distinguished teaching professor, University of Texas System; chair and professor, department of physical medicine and rehabilitation, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston McGovern Medical School; and chief medical officer, TIRR Memorial Hermann Hospital
TAMEST would also like to congratulate Dr. Jordan on his second election to the National Academies. He was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 2009.
- Craig Jordan, OBE, Ph.D, D.Sc., FMedSci, FAACR, Dallas/Ft. Worth Living Legend Chair of Cancer Research, professor of breast medical oncology, and professor of molecular and cellular oncology, University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
These new Texas-based members of the National Academy of Medicine will be recognized at our annual conference in 2018.