McGovern Center welcomes new fellow, celebrates faculty accomplishments
The McGovern Center is pleased to share a few exciting updates.
Mary E. Kollmer Horton, MPH, MA, has joined the Center as Predoctoral Fellow. Kollmer Horton has over 20 years of experience working with students on professional development and scholarship and has held leadership positions at Emory University’s Laney Graduate School and School of Medicine. She is currently completing an interdisciplinary doctorate from Emory, entitled An (Un)Natural Alliance: Medical Education and the Humanities. The Rise and Fall of the Institute on Human Values in Medicine (1971-1981). Kollmer Horton simultaneously holds a position in McGovern Medical School’s Office of Educational Programs as Senior Program Manager.
Nathan Carlin, PhD, has been promoted to Professor at McGovern Medical School with appointments in the Department of Family Medicine and the Department of Psychiatry. Carlin has published 7 books, including a co-edited volume, and is currently working on three books. His forthcoming books include two edited volumes focused on contemporary physician-authors and a monograph on medicine and secularization, which is under contract with Oxford University Press.
Finally, congratulations are in order to Anson Koshy, MD, MBE, the recipient of the Raghuthaman Family Professorship in Pediatric Neurology and Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics. Established in November 2019, the professorship was officially awarded to Koshy this past month.