Carolyn Robinowitz, M.D., to Serve as Special Associate Provost for Health Sciences

May 20, 2012
Dr. Carolyn Robinowitz posing for a portrait

Carolyn Robinowitz, M.D. serves as a Special Associate Provost for Health Sciences reporting to the Provost of the University and the Dean of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS). In this role, Dr. Robinowitz provides an overall assessment of the organizational structure and associated resources in health sciences. The assessment will lead to improved processes and enhanced program outcomes, in support of the overarching mission of the SMHS.

Dr. Robinowitz is a board-certified psychiatrist with an extensive background in academic medicine and consulting. She was the Dean for Academic Affairs at Georgetown University, a site visitor for the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) and served as a consultant to numerous medical schools.

Dr. Robinowitz has previous ties to GW SMHS, as she served in various faculty and voluntary faculty roles in the Department of Psychiatry from 1967 to 1981. She is a nationally recognized administrator and leader in academic medicine and is the recipient of numerous honors and awards.

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