Ross elected fellow of medical education society
Named to Society of Academic Continuing Medical Education’s Academy of Fellows
Will Ross, MD, the Alumni Endowed Professor of Medicine and associate dean for diversity at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, has been elected to the Society of Academic Continuing Medical Education’s (SACME) Academy of Fellows.
Ross, also a professor of medicine in the Renal Division and a noted public health epidemiologist, was inducted during SACME’s annual meeting, which was held virtually Feb. 21-23.
The society’s Academy of Fellows recognizes preeminent medical education and continuing medical education (CME) and continuous professional development (CPD) leaders for their seminal contributions to the field. The class of fellows serves as a think tank helping to define important trends; shape direction of the field of CME and CPD; and proactively address a range of national and international imperatives using innovation and creativity.