Lauren Berkow, MD, FASA, has been elected to the University of Florida Faculty Senate as a representative for the College of Medicine.
Dr. Berkow’s term will begin in August and last for three years. In addition to Dr. Berkow, four other faculty members were elected this year to represent the College of Medicine: Dipankar Gupta, MD, Marjorie Montanez-Wiscovich, MD, PhD, Christopher Reb, DO, and Erich T. Wyckoff, MD, FACOG.
From our department, Sylvain Doré, PhD, and Chris Giordano, MD, currently serve as representatives on the Senate. Beginning in June, Dr. Doré will become the Senate Chair and lead the Senate through the next year. Dr. Giordano will serve until 2022.
The Faculty Senate is the legislative body of the University of Florida providing a forum for the mutual exchange of ideas between senior officers and faculty. In this capacity, the Senate may legislate with respect to matters that concern more than one college, school, or other major academic unit, or that are otherwise of general university interest. Elected members are apportioned among the academic units in proportion to the number of faculty members in each unit.
Thank you to Drs. Berkow, Doré, and Giordano for representing our department as well as the College of Medicine.