Dean Of UCSD Medical School Stepping Out Of Role To Focus On Broader Strategy
David Brenner will keep his position as vice chancellor of health sciences, though. “This allows me to concentrate on strategy and building instead of worrying about recruiting, advising, running things,” said Brenner.
The San Diego Union-Tribune:
Scientist Who Sparked Boom In Health Sciences At UC San Diego To Become Chief Strategist
David Brenner, the researcher who presided over a $1.6 billion expansion of the health sciences at the University of California San Diego, is shedding his role as dean of the medical school. Brenner will focus more on strategy, including making the campus more of a force internationally. Brenner will keep his position as vice chancellor of health sciences, which means he’s still ultimately responsible for about 16,000 employees and maintaining UC San Diego’s position as one of the top academic health science systems in the U.S. (Robbins, 4/2)