Carrie Byington, MD
Executive Vice President
University of California Health
Friday December 2, 2022
Do you want to attend a University of California (UC) Medical School? Do you what they are looking for? Do you want to know if they accept Community College Students? Do you want to know if they accept CSU students? Do you have questions that you would like to know?
Do you know who oversees all the UC Medical Schools?
Then you must come, meet, and ask questions from Dr. Byington, who is the Executive VP of UC and oversees all the UC Medical Schools, Healthsytems, and 20 Health Professional Schools. This is an opportunity that you must not miss!
About the Speaker:
Dr. Carrie L. Byington, is the Executive Vice President of University of California Health (UCH) and professor of pediatrics at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).
As EVP, Dr. Byington leads the country’s largest public academic health system. UCH comprises six academic health centers including 12 hospitals and 20 health science schools, which are ranked among the country’s best.
Since joining UCH in October 2019, she has led the COVID-19 response for the UC system including preparing hospitals for surges of cases, addressing the needs of patients and approximately 100,000 health care workers, and developing health and safety guidelines for UC’s 600,000 students and employees on 10 campuses. She is an active partner with the state of California providing expertise for pandemic response.
Dr. Byington is an academic physician-scientist. Her research spans the translational spectrum and has focused primarily on respiratory pathogens in children. As a clinician, she has worked to support health equity and to eliminate health disparities, especially for infants and children. She has mentored more than 100 students, trainees, and faculty members, the majority from backgrounds under-represented in medicine.
Dr. Byington is an elected member of the National Academy of Inventors and the National Academy of Medicine.
Dr. Byington joined UCH after holding significant leadership roles at Texas A&M University System and the University of Utah. She received her bachelor of science in biology from Texas A&M University and doctor of medicine from Baylor College of Medicine, both with honors. She trained in pediatrics at Texas Children’s Hospital and in pediatric infectious diseases at UCSF.
Register for Free:
Topic: Discover YOUR Future at University of California Medical Schools
When: Dec 2, 2022, 5:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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