Will Ross, MD, MPH, Alumni Endowed Professor of Medicine, Nephrology, and Associate Dean for Diversity at Washington University School of Medicine, was inducted into the Academy of Fellows of the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME) at their 2022 annual meeting, which was held virtually February 21-23, 2022.
The SACME Academy of Fellows recognizes international leaders in medical education, continuing medical education (CME) and continuous professional development (CPD) for their long-term contributions to the field.
The fellows serve as a “think tank” to define important trends for the future, to shape the direction of the CME/CPD field, and proactively address a range of national and international imperatives through innovation and creativity. They also provide mentorship to aspiring leaders in the field of medical education, in particular CME/CPD. View all Academy Members here.
“It will be an honor to serve with an international group of scholars working on pressing issues in medical education. I hope to focus my time addressing the ‘hidden curriculum’ by reducing racial bias among faculty in the medical encounter.”Will Ross
Renowned at WashU for his excellence in patient care, teaching, research and commitment to health equity, Dr. Ross has focused on minority healthcare advocacy and the elimination of healthcare disparities for most of his career.
A review of Ross’ passion for community health is featured in WashU Nephrology’s Spring 2021 Newsletter, and an in-depth personal profile of Ross was published in the Winter 2017/2018 issue of WashU’s Outlook Magazine.
Read more about Dr. Ross’ many accomplishments:
- Nephrologist Will Ross Honored as Alumni Endowed Professor of Medicine
- Dr. Will Ross Encourages Communities to Embrace COVID-19 Vaccine via YouTube
- Dr. Will Ross Serves on St Louis Zoo Commission
- Nephrologist Will Ross Serves as Principal Officer for Community Partnerships
- Drs. Yau, Cheng, Goldberg, Kao and Ross to be Honored at Distinguished Service Teaching Award Ceremony