Betsy Seaquist, MD, Named Associate Dean for Medical Specialties and Primary Care

I am pleased to announce that Betsy Seaquist, MD, has accepted the role of associate dean for Medical Specialties and Primary Care for the University of Minnesota Medical School.

seaquistWith our ambition to align strategy and integrate operations of the Medical School and University of Minnesota Physicians, the associate dean focused on Medical Specialties and Primary Care will play a key role in ensuring we have the systems and tools to meet those goals. This important work will include collaborations across the medical specialty and primary care departments on strategic recruitments, research and clinical programming, as well as expanding partnerships across the Medical School and the University. Dr. Seaquist will work closely with the chairs of these departments to ensure their priorities and unique needs and characteristics are well understood.

Dr. Seaquist is a proven leader who has demonstrated excellence across our three missions. As a division head, service line chief, and accomplished clinician and researcher, she is exactly the type of leader we need to move the Medical School forward while ensuring we are always representing the current needs of our faculty.

I am delighted that Dr. Seaquist has accepted this opportunity and look forward to working with her on the Medical School leadership team. She is the perfect addition to this already strong group of leaders!

Please join me in congratulating Dr. Seaquist on her new role and wishing her much success.

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