Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Department of Pharmacology
4301 Jones Bridge Road
Bethesda, Maryland 20814-4799
Committees are chaired by serving senators, but all faculty members are invited and encouraged to participate and serve on committees. Please contact the committee chair to indicate your interest, or just attend a regularly scheduled committee meeting. Click on the link to the individual committee page for more information.
Senators are assigned as liaisons to each of the departments in the School of Medicine and to the Graduate School of Nursing, Post-Graduate Dental College, and the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute. Senate liaisons ensure that all functional areas have a point of contact on the senate for two-way information exchange.
Concerned with all curricula, student promotions, and education activities of the University.
Organizes and ensures the election of officers and senators
Francis G. O'Connor, M.D.
Concerned with all research related activities, including issues with research support services (e.g. IRB, IACUC, etc.) and research policies.
Monitors issues related to the status and working environment of Faculty including comparability of USU salaries, retirement, and other benefits
Works to facilitate faculty mentoring, which is a core component of career and academic success, enhanced personal growth and job satisfaction
Informs all faculty members about current and on-going issues of importance to the senate and fosters communication both among faculty and between the faculty and the university administration and staff
Susanne W. Gibbons, PhD
Mark Roseman, PhD
Formed in July 2009 to facilitate and encourage collaborations between clinical faculty and basic science faculty for education and research
Gary Wind, M.D.
Reviews Faculty Assembly's Constitution and Bylaws and makes recommendations to the Senate for their revisions, if appropriate
Robert Goldstein, M.D.
The Grievance Committee is composed of members of the Faculty Assembly and operates in accordance with USUHS Instruction 1205.