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Rollins' First Dean Begins New Health Post in Texas

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Raymond Greenberg

Raymond Greenberg, who served as the first dean of the RSPH, has joined the University of Texas System as executive vice chancellor for health affairs. Greenberg assumed his new position in September after serving as president of the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC).

Prior to becoming president of MUSC in 2000, Greenberg served as vice president for academic affairs. He joined MUSC in 1995 after serving as dean of Rollins for five years. During his tenure as RSPH dean, the school experienced rapid growth in enrollment, teaching, and research, leading to construction of a facility to house the school, the Grace Crum Rollins Building, which opened in 1995.

As president of MUSC, Greenberg oversaw the physical expansion of the campus and doubling of annual funding for research and broadened statewide collaboration in research and patient care. In his new role, he oversees administrative and strategic operations for the six academic health science institutions within the University of Texas System.

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