Amanda Termuhlen, MD, is the senior associate dean for faculty affairs at the University of Minnesota Medical School and a professor of pediatrics. An internationally recognized expert in rare pediatric non-Hodgkin lymphoma, Dr. Termuhlen came to the Medical School in 2018 from Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and the University of Southern California Keck Medical School. She served as the medical director of clinical services and director of medical education and faculty development for pediatric hematology/oncology/blood and marrow transplant.
Throughout her career, Dr. Termuhlen has been involved in faculty development. She is a member of the American Association for Medical Colleges Group on Faculty Affairs (GFA) Steering Committee and serves as chair of the GFA Professional Development Conference for 2020 and 2021. A graduate of the Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine fellowship, Dr. Termuhlen is devoted to helping faculty members navigate the complexities of academic healthcare systems and meet their career goals. She often conducts local and national workshops on professional development for faculty members.
Dr. Termuhlen received a BS in biochemistry and MD from The Ohio State University. She completed a pediatric residency at Wright State University and a pediatric hematology/ oncology fellowship at University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center. Termuhlen served as associate chief for clinical research, academics and education for hematology/oncology/blood and marrow transplantation at The Ohio State University. A board-certified pediatric hematologist/oncologist, Dr. Termuhlen has clinical expertise in rare pediatric non-Hodgkin lymphoma and cancer survivorship. Her research focuses on the late effects of cancer treatment in children and adolescents.
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