Welcome to the School of Medicine Intranet!
In late 2016, an initiative was launched to build a central SOM website for school-wide content and for departments to host their own internal content.
To get started, departments should identify site content managers, and request training for them. On training day, content managers will be granted access to their sites and can begin building content.
This site is for your benefit and we need your ideas! Click on “Contact Us” in the lower left of the home page to request your department site, provide the name of your content manager, and to provide feedback and share content ideas.
2018 AAMC StandPoint Faculty & Staff Survey
The Dean's Office is committed to sharing our 2018 AAMC StandPoint Faculty & Staff survey data to empower faculty and staff to address areas of opportunity and facilitate school-wide improvement. Department reports have been distributed to all faculty, chairs, and department administrators. Additional reports including the executive summaries, all faculty data, and multiple demographic reports are available to view here:
2018 AAMC StandPoint Faculty & Staff Survey Data
Did You Know...
...that if you accept a meeting request and select “don’t send response,” the meeting organizer will not be able to determine if you accepted or declined the meeting? Full Article.
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From the Dean
Please click here for a brief update from the Dean.
- The Mayo Clinic has roots at the University of Missouri. In 1854, Dr. William Worrall Mayo received a medical degree from the University before founding a medical dynasty in Minnesota.
- Medical degrees made up a good portion of degrees awarded at the University of Missouri before 1856. However, in 1857, the university ended its relationship with the medical school. Upheaval in administration and the Civil War kept reestablishment of a medical department a low priority..
- The Lottes Library is named after the late Dr. J. Otto Lottes, who had a long and distinguished career as an orthopaedic surgeon. During his career, Dr. Lottes served as an assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery at Washington University and as a professor of orthopaedic surgery at MU. His generous support of MU led to the naming of the J. Otto Lottes Health Science Library in 1985.
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