Dean Richard Reznick reappointed for a second five-year term
Published Tue Jun 2nd 2015
Queen’s Principal Daniel Woolf recently announced the reappointment of Richard Reznick as dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences for a second five-year term effective July 1, 2015.
“The Faculty of Health Sciences has developed a considerably broader profile in the health sciences community under Dr. Reznick’s leadership,” Principal Woolf says. “I am pleased that Dr. Reznick will continue his efforts to build strong relationships with Kingston’s three hospitals and foster a supportive connection with students in the faculty.”
Over the past five years, the Faculty of Health Sciences has attracted some of the brightest students in Canada and actively recruited outstanding faculty. Many of the new faculty were recruited via a special initiative, which has brought a cadre of clinician scientists to Queen’s.
The faculty has worked hard on its goals of intensifying research and developing new models of teaching and training. In the past few years, new programs such as the multidisciplinary Master of Science in Healthcare Quality, a combined MD/PhD program, a functional anatomy boot camp, the Queen’s University Clinician Investigator Program, and the Queen’s University Accelerated Route to Medical School (QuARMS) have been initiated.
Dr. Reznick, a professor in the Department of Surgery, completed his medical degree at McGill University and later graduated from the general-surgery training program at the University of Toronto. He completed a master of education degree at Southern Illinois University then did a fellowship in colorectal surgery at the University of Texas in Houston.Connect with the dean
Dr. Reznick uses a variety of communications channels to recognize the accomplishments of faculty members and connect with stakeholders. Each week he writes a post for the Dean on Campus blog and he is active on Twitter and Facebook. Learn more about Dr. Reznick on theFaculty of Health Sciences website.
As dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, Dr. Reznick serves as the chief executive officer of the Southeastern Ontario Academic Medical Association (SEAMO). He is also currently a member of the boards of Kingston General Hospital, Hotel Dieu Hospital and Providence Care.