Robert Wilmott, M.D. VP for Medical Affairs and Dean, School of Medicine Robert M. Heaney, M.D. Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs Enrico Di Cera, M. D. Vice Dean for Research Oleg Kisselev, Ph.D. Assistant Dean for Clinical Research Julie K. Gammack, M.D. Sr. Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education Jane McHowat, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs Tammy Burton Associate Dean of Finance Chad S. Miller, M.D., FACP, FHM Sr. Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education James F. Duffy, S.J., M.D. Associate Dean for Clinical Curriculum Lynda Morrison, Ph.D. Assistant Dean for Pre-Clinical Curriculum Debra Schindler, Ph.D. Assistant Dean for Evaluation and Assessment Tina Chen, M.D. Assistant Dean for Simulation Jamie S. Sutherell, M.D., MEd Associate Dean for Student Affairs Tyler DeShon, Ph.D. Assistant Dean for Student Affairs Lauren Schwarz, Ph.D., ABPP Assistant Dean for Student Affairs Daniel Blash, Ph.D., LPC Vice Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Hiral Choksi, M.D. Associate Dean for Admissions L. James Willmore, M.D. Assistant Dean for Admissions
Saint Louis University’s medical education is built around the academic and personal success of students with the goal is that every student will achieve:
Excellent performance on the U.S. Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE)
Success in matching into competitive residency programs across the country
Personal health and well-being
A passion for a medical specialty or related-area
The School of Medicine has an excellent track record in each of the above areas. Students consistently perform above the national average on the USMLE Step 1 examination. Clinical training provides outstanding preparation for residency, and our students match each year at some of the strongest, most competitive programs in the country. Just as importantly, graduates from the School of Medicine are concerned for the sanctity of human life, have a commitment to dignity and respect in the provision of medical care to all patients and a devotion to social justice, especially regarding inequities in the availability of health care.