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Faculty Scholars Program


UM Faculty Scholars: 2006-2007 Participants and Projects

R. Alexander Blackwood, M.D., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases

Project: To incorporate areas of integrative medicine into a teaching module for medical students and house officers that focuses on pediatric infectious diseases.

Beverly Fauman, M.D., B.A.
Associate Professor in Psychiatry

Project: Develop a module on mindfulness meditation to facilitate stress reduction for medical students, house officers, and psychiatry residents.

Henry Greenspan, Ph.D. 
Lecturer IV, Social Sicence,Clinical and Social Psychology,
Social Ethics Residential College

Project: Incorporate relevant information about integrative medicine into undergraduate seminar course “Pills, Politics and the Public Good”.

MaryCarol Hunter, Ph.D.  
Assistant Professor of Natural Resources and Environment,
School of Natural Resources and Environment

Project:  Integrate practice and evidence of mind-body techniques into a graduate studio course to facilitate the design of physical landscapes that promote healing and well-being.

Ujjaini Khanderia, M.S., Pharm.D.
Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy and Clinical Pharmacist, UMH Inpatient Pharmacy Services

Project:  Develop curriculum lectures on use of herbs in diabetic and cardiovascular disease.

Paul Kileny, Ph.D., M.A.
Professor of Otorhinolaryngology, Director of Audiology and Elctrophysiology, Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Disease 

Project: Develop a lecture series for students and residents and research proposal on CAM approaches to tinnitus.

Cindy Schipani, J.D., B.A.
Professor of Business Law
Stephen M Ross School of Business

Project:  Develop survey on employment policies and programs that incorporate CAM and/or support wellness in the workplace.

Trina Shanks, Ph.D., M.S.W.
Assistant Professor of Social Work
School of Social Work

Project: Develop a research based intervention program of mindfulness stress reduction for low income pregnant women.

Daniel Szekely, M.D., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor Obstetrics & Gynecology, Medical School

Project:  Develop lecture or lecture series with web-based resources for residents on CAM for menopause.

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