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Suzanne Rose, M.D., M.S.Ed.

Senior Associate Dean for Education
Professor, Medicine
Academic Office Location:
Academic Affairs and Education
UConn Health
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030-1920
Phone: 860-679-2385
Fax: 860-679-1053
Email: srose@uchc.edu
Website(s):

Academic Affairs & Education

Dr. Suzanne Rose arrived at UConn in June of 2011 to assume the position of senior associate dean for education. Prior to joining our team, Dr. Rose served as an associate dean in medical education at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City for more than 13 years. Among her many goals for the UConn School of Medicine are: continuing the excellence the school has reached academically; fostering enhanced collaborations between students and faculty; promoting inter-professional training; pursuing ongoing technological advances; and supporting career development avenues for all learners and faculty.

Education
DegreeInstitutionMajor
B.A.University of PennsylvaniaRussian Language and Literature
M.S.University of PennsylvaniaEducation
CertificateColumbia UniversityPre-Medicine Post-Baccalaureate
M.D.Case Western Reserve UniversityMedicine

Post-Graduate Training
TrainingInstitutionSpecialty
CertificateColumbia University Pre-Medicine, Post-Baccalaureate
InternshipCase Western Reserve University HospitalsInternal Medicine
ResidencyCase Western Reserve University HospitalsInternal Medicine
FellowshipThe Cleveland Clinic FoundationGastroenterology
FellowshipThe Cleveland Clinic FoundationGastroenterology

Awards
Name of Award/HonorAwarding Organization
Charter Master Educator in the Institute for Medical EducationMount Sinai School of Medicine
Secretary, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Alumni BoardCase Western Reserve University
Chair Elect, Committee on Education and TrainingAmerican Gastroenterological Association
Mount Sinai nominee for the AAMC Women in Medicine Leadership Development AwardMount Sinai School of Medicine
Fellow, American Gastroenterological AssociationAmerican Gastroenterological Associatio
Chair Elect, Group on Educational AffairsAmerican Association of Medical Colleges
ACCME Accreditation with Commendation, Mount Sinai School of Medicine (institutional award under leadership as Associate Dean for CME)Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Mount Sinai School of Medicine Student and Faculty Awards Ceremony, Student Council Appreciation AwardMount Sinai School of Medicine
Selected by Class of 2007 by a vote as one of ten honorees at graduation eventMount Sinai School of Medicine
Fellow, American College of PhysiciansAmerican College of Physicians
Special presentation at Medical Education Grand Rounds at MSSM for Achievement in Medical Education (received framed front cover of published textbook)Mount Sinai School of Medicine
IME Teaching Award NomineeMount Sinai School of Medicine
IME Teaching Award NomineeMount Sinai School of Medicine
Selected as Expert in GI Women’s Issues and Education to Participate in Curriculum DevelopmentAmerican Professors of GYN (APGO)
Institute for Medical Education Teaching Award NomineeMount Sinai School of Medicine
Department of Medicine Medical Student Appreciation AwardMount Sinai School of Medicine
Selected for Harvard Macy Institute Program for Leaders in Medical EducationMount Sinai School of Medicine
Mount Sinai School of Medicine Student Council Faculty Appreciation AwardMount Sinai School of Medicine
Finalist, Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching AwardUniversity of Pittsburgh
Junior Faculty Scholar AwardAmerican College of GI & World Congresses of GI
Chief Fellow in GastroenterologyThe Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Chief Fellow in GastroenterologyThe Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Alpha Omega AlphaCase Western Reserve University
Pi Lambda Theta Educational Honor SocietyUniversity of Pennsylvania
"Distinction in the Major" (Russian) for an independent research project in Russian medical terminologyUniversity of Pennsylvania
Magna Cum LaudeUniversity of Pennsylvania
Name & DescriptionCategoryRoleTypeScopeStart YearEnd Year
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Alumni Board Professional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalUniversity20092011
Lazaridis KN, Juran BD. AGA Future Trends Committee Report: The Application of Genomic and Proteomic Technologies to Digestive Disease Diagnosis and Treatment and Their Likely Impact on Gastroenterology Clinical Practice. Gastroenterol 2005;129:1720-1752.Editorial BoardCommittee MemeberExternalNational2005
Hall KE, Proctor DD, Fisher LF, Rose S*. AGA Future Trends Committee Report: Effects of Aging of the Population on Gastroenterology Practice, Education and Research, Gastroenterology 2005; 129:1305-1338.Editorial BoardCommittee MemberExternalNational2005
Regueiro, C. AGA Future Trends Committee Report: Colorectal Cancer: A Qualitative Review of Emerging Screening and Diagnostic Technologies. Gastroenterol 2005; 129:1083-1103.Editorial BoardCommittee MemberExternalNational2005
Association of American Medical Colleges Professional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalNational1998
American Journal of Gastroenterology Editorial BoardMemberExternalNational19982003
American Neurogastroenterology and Motility Society Professional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalNational1997
International Foundation for Gastrointestinal Disorders Professional/Scientific OrganizationPhysician MemberExternalNational1994
American College of Gastroenterology Professional/Scientific OrganizationFellowExternalNational1994
Intestinal Disease Foundation Professional/Scientific OrganizationPhysician MemberExternalNational19921998
American Gastroenterological Association Professional/Scientific OrganizationFellowExternalNational1990
American College of PhysiciansProfessional/Scientific OrganizationFellowExternalNational1989
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor SocietyProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalUniversity1984
Pi Lambda Theta Education Honor SocietyProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemeberExternalUniversity1978

Journal Articles

Books

  • Rose S. Textbook for Medical Students, Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Pathophysiology. 2004 Jan;
  • S. Rose Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Pathophysiology. 1998 Jan;

Book Chapters

  • The management of acute and chronic pancreatitis.
    Banks, Peter A; Conwell, Darwin L; Toskes, Phillip P Gastroenterology & hepatology 2010 Feb;6(2 Suppl 3):1-16
  • General Approach to Relevant History Taking and Physical Examination.
    Serbowicz SA, Rose S. Practical Gastroenterology and Hepatology 2010 Jan;
  • Constipation, Diarrhea, Hemorrhoids and Fecal Incontinence.
    Christie JA, Rose S. American College of Gastroenterology Monograph: Pregnancy in Gastrointestinal Disorders 2007 Jan;4-9
  • Constipation and Fecal Incontinence.
    Legnani PE, Rose S. GI/Liver Secrets 2006 Jan;413
  • Constipation and Fecal Incontinence.
    Legnani PE, Rose S. GI/Liver Secrets 2001 Jan;
  • Black Stools.
    Rose S, Urban E. Problem-Solving in Clinical Medicine,From Data to Diagnosis 1998 Jan;344-348
  • Gastrointestinal Disorders in Pregnancy.
    Rose S. Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Physiology. 1998 Jan;373-384
  • Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders, Lecture Notes and Slide Program.
    Rose S International Foundation for Gastrointestinal Disorders 1997 Jan;
  • Fecal incontinence.
    Rose S, Wald A. Consultations in Gastroenterology 1996 Jan;
  • Motility Disorders of the Colon.
    Rose S, Reynolds J.C. Motility Disorders of the Gastrointestinal Tract: Principles and Practice 1992 Jan;
  • Giardiasis.
    Rose S. Internal Medicine 1991 Jan;47-54

Conference Papers

  • AGA Institute Future Trends Committee with Regueiro C and Stolar M. The Future of Gastroenterology Training Programs in the United States, Report of a Consensus Conference Conducted by the AGA Institute Future Trends Committee.
    Regueiro C and Stolar M. 2008 Jan;1351764-1789

Editorials

Monographs

  • AGA’s Guide to ABIM Recertification 2003.
    Rose S, contributing author. ABIM Continuous Professional Development in Gastroenterology 2003 Jan;

Newsletters

  • Evaluation and treatment of fecal incontinence.
    Rose S, Wald A. Gastroenterology and Endoscopy News 1992 Jan;
Title or AbstractTypeSponsor/EventDate/YearLocation
Evaluation Educators for Academic Advancement: A Toolbox from the AAMCTalkTask Force on Educator Evaluation2011Denver, CO
Advancing Your Career: Effective Strategies for Taking the Initiative and Building Professional NetworksTalkAAMC Workshop2011Denver, CO
Identifying Best Practices for Supporting Students Experiencing Difficulty with Academics, in Performing Clinical Skills, and in Maintaining Professional BehaviorTalkNEGEA Workshop2011Washington, DC
Discussion Group: From Academics to Professionalism: The Challenges We Face in Supporting and Remediating Medical StudentsTalk2010Washington, DC
Discussion Group: Academic Support: Are We Meeting the Needs of Students?Talk2009Boston, MA
Discussion Group: The Promotions Committee Challenge Part II: Students and the Law – Collaborating for inter-professional practiceTalk2009Boston, MA
Growing Pains: Medical School Expansion, Labor and Delivery. Leader of Planning Committee and ModeratorTalkGEA Plenary Session2008San Antonio, TX
Discussion Group: Developing a Competency-Based Curriculum: Are We Meeting the Needs of Preclinical Students in the Areas of Practice-Based Learning and System-Based Practice? Talk2008San Antonio, TX
The Promotions Committee Challenge: Making decisions and creating remediation plans that fit the deficitsTalk2008San Antonio, TX
Exploring PACE: Programs for Advanced Curricular Enrichment for Medical StudentsTalkNEGEA Workshop2007Stony Brook, NY
At your own PACE (Programs for Advanced Curricular Enrichment for Medical Students): Are We Providing Appropriate Educational Enrichment Programs for the Advanced Medical Student? TalkAAMC Discussion Group (An NEGEA-UGME Sponsored Discussion) 2006Seattle, WA
Feedback Across the Continuum: Addressing Professionalism in Students, Residents and FacultyTalkAAMC Workshop2006Seattle, WA
Assessing Professionalism Across the ContinuumTalkNEGEA Workshop2006Philadelphia, PA
Basic Scientists are from Venus and Clinicians are from Mars (or Vice Versa): Bridging the Educational Culture Gap to Achieve Interplanetary TravelTalkGEA/GSA Mini Workshop2005Washington, DC
Discussion Group: The Fourth Year of the CurriculumTalk2004Boston, MA
Discussion Group: Early Warning for Academic DifficultyTalk2003Washington, DC
Graduation CompetenciesTalkMini Workshop2002San Francisco, CA
Strategies for Transition: Medical Student To ResidentTalkAAMC National meeting2001Washington, DC
Presentation: Guiding Principles to Academic Affiliation TalkNEGEA1999Newfoundland, Canada
Facilitator for an evening session on Curriculum AssessmentTalkSpecial Interest Group of the GEA1998New Orleans, LA