26 Jan Kaye/Bassman’s Academic Medicine Team Places the First Director at Texas Biomedical Research Institute
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Kaye/Bassman’s Academic Medicine Team Places the First Director at Texas Biomedical Research Institute
Dallas, TX | 1/26/2015
Kaye/Bassman Academic Medicine lead the search efforts for the placement of the inaugural South Texas Diabetes & Obesity Institute. Dr. Sarah Williams-Blangero, the institute’s first director came from Texas Biomedical Research Institute where she most recently served as the Chair, Department of Genetics as well as the Deputy Director, Southwest National Primate Research Center. Dr. Williams-Blangero built a team of 22+ PhD and Masters level scientists who will make a significant positive impact on health issues locally, regionally and worldwide the education of medical students as well as their own research.
Eric Dickerson leads a group of the most talented healthcare search professionals in the nation. His background with quality and process improvement has allowed him to be extremely effective at each search he has accepted. Over his almost two decades at Kaye/Bassman, Eric’s specialty areas have ranged throughout healthcare and include Academic Medicine, Administration, Finance, Health Information Management, Informatics and Information Systems.
Elaine Auerbach brings the depth of a 15-year career as an academic medical center executive and consultant to her more than 10 years of executive search experience. Clients and candidates who work with Elaine quickly appreciate her keen insights on the issues, trends and motivating factors fundamental to recruiting top talent. What they value above all, however, is her unusual talent for recruiting candidates who had no intention of changing jobs until speaking with her. She has successfully completed over 150 searches over her search career. Positions placed have included Medical Directors, Division and Section Chiefs, Program Directors and clinical and research faculty in the academic and not-for-profit sectors.