NEWS NOTES — WINTER 2019
Celebrating the achievements of UF College of Medicine alumni
Stephanie M. Anuszewski, MPAS ’00, a physician assistant in the department of dermatology, received a 2017-2018 UF Superior Accomplishment Award for the academic health center colleges. The UF-wide program recognizes faculty and staff who have “shown efficiency or economy in their work, have contributed outstanding and meritorious service, or who have improved the quality of life provided to students and employees.” Winners are nominated by supervisors, peers or patients.
John Evans, PhD ’76, was appointed to the University of Vermont Medical Center Board of Trustees to serve a four-year term. Evans is a senior adviser to the president and provost of the University of Vermont and professor emeritus of the Robert Larner, MD, College of Medicine. He is also president of the Vermont Technology Council.
Steven L. Kanter, MD, HS ’87, became president and CEO of the Association of Academic Health Centers and the Association of Academic Health Centers International on July 1, appointed by the AAHC Board of Directors. Kanter completed a neurosurgery residency at the UF College of Medicine in 1987.
Amy Pollack, MD ’82, FACOG, FACPM, became director of Maternal, Newborn & Child Health at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on May 7. Pollack, board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology and preventative medicine, will oversee global teams dedicated to saving the lives of women, children and babies.