Advisory Deans

Advisory Deans

University of Louisville School of Medicine introduced the Advisory Dean program in the 2007-2008 academic year.  Advisory Deans play a vital role in the transition into medical school and the development into a physician.

The duties of the Advisory Deans include both individual meeting as well as group meetings with their students.  Throughout the year, Advisory Deans advise current students on the transition into and through medical school, study techniques, Step-1 and Step-2 preparation, interview skills, specialty choices, and other topics as they arise.  All medical students are assigned an Advisory Dean upon matriculation.  Students will remain with their Advisory Dean throughout their medical school years unless the Advisory Dean leaves their position.  Students are strongly encouraged to regularly contact their Advisory Dean with advising-related questions or concerns.  Medical students are expected to attend all meetings set up by their Advisory Dean.

Once each academic year, Advisory Deans meet with the Office of Medical Student Affairs and Undergraduate Medical Education to discuss any updates or changes that may have occurred over the semester prior.  According to the AAMC Graduation Questionnaire (GQ), Year Two Questionnaire (Y2Q), and Advisory Dean Survey, the Advisory Dean program has been very successful and beneficial to the students.

 

Current Advisory Deans

Moore
College

Bodine
College

Fitzbutler
College

Gross
College

Yandell
College

Pickett
College

Dr. Garth 
Beache
Dr. Christopher
Jones
Dr. Soon
Bahrami
Dr. Earl
Gaar
Dr. Jonathan
Becker
Dr. Matthew
Kinney
Dr. Luz 
Fernandez
Dr. Robert 
Martin
Dr. Sean
Clifford
Dr. Keith
Miller
Dr. Martin
Heucker
Dr. Pradip
Patel

Dr. Nick
Nash

Dr. Donna
Roberts
Dr. Evangelia
Gravari
Dr. Catherine
Schuster
Dr. Olivia
Mittel*
Dr. Craig 
Roberts
Dr. Mike
Sowell
Dr. Clay
Smith

Dr. Pradip
Patel

Dr. Laura
Workman
Dr. Sara
Petruska
Dr. Erica 
Sutton*
Dr. Rodica
Turcu*
Dr. Tracy
Van Meter
Dr. Heidi
Koenig

* Currently phasing out of the Advisory Dean position