Hosts of Sound Medicine
Stephen Bodgewic, PhD
Dr. Stephen Bogdewic is executive associate dean for faculty affairs and professional development as well
professor and vice chair of the Department of Family Medicine.
He is the past president of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) and currently directs a national leadership development program for the American Academy of Family Physicians. His scholarly interests include professional development, organizational development, and leadership training.
Dr. Bogdewic received his master's degree in marriage, family and child counseling from Santa Clara University and his Ph.D. in adult and higher education from the University of North Carolina. He is a licensed marriage and family therapist and maintains a busy clinical practice.
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David Crabb, MD
M.D., is chairman of the Indiana University Department of Medicine. He oversees the scientific and clinical activities of 290 physicians and researchers and the education of more than 150 internal medicine and medicine-pediatrics residents. Dr. Crabb received the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching in 1989.
Dr. Crabb's primary research interest is the metabolism of alcohol and genetic components of alcoholism. He was the recipient of a MERIT award from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and the Young Investigator Awards from the Central Society of Clinical Research and the Research Society on Alcoholism.
He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Purdue University in 1974 with a bachelor's degree in biology and received his medical degree from Indiana University in 1978. He did his residency at Indiana University School of Medicine and was chief resident of internal medicine in 1982-83. He completed a fellowship in gastroenterology at Indiana University School of Medicine in 1982.
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Eric Meslin, PhD
Dr. Eric M.
Meslin is director of the Indiana University Center for Bioethics, professor of
medicine and associate dean for bioethics at Indiana University School of Medicine, and professor
of philosophy at the Indiana University School of Liberal Arts.
He came to Indiana University in July 2001 from the National Bioethics Advisory Commission (NBAC), where he had been Executive Director since 1998.
Dr. Meslin received his B.A. in Philosophy from York University (Toronto), and both his M.A. and Ph.D. from the Bioethics Program in Philosophy at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
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Kathy Miller, MD
Miller, M.D., is assistant professor of medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine and a member of the medical staff of IU Health, where she specializes in the treatment of breast cancer including conducting clinical trials. She is a member of the National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center at Indiana University.
Dr. Miller was assistant professor of medicine at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine where she practiced at the Roger Maris Cancer Center. She's a certified member of theAmerican Board of Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology and Hematology.
Dr. Miller earned her medical degree from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 1991, after taking a leave of absence from her studies to serve as the International 4-H Youth Exchange representative to Botswana. She has a bachelor's degree in biology and graduated with honors from the University of Miami (Florida) in 1986.
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Barbara Lewis is a veteran broadcast journalist in television and radio. She reports on health business news for Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick, which airs on WFYI public television and WISH-TV. She is a former anchor/reporter for WRTV-6, an Indianapolis ABC affiliate.
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While founding host Barbara Lewis takes a leave of absence, "Sound Medicine" welcomes Anne Ryder as its interim host. Ryder is a freelance television journalist, writer and member of the Indiana Broadcast Hall of Fame. She spent 20 years as an anchor and reporter at WTHR, the NBC affiliate in Indianapolis, where she covered stories of resilience in the face of trial and difficulty. Her reporting has taken her from Bosnia and the Kosovar refugee camps of Albania to Calcutta, where she was granted a rare interview with Mother Teresa. Ryder has earned 16 regional Emmy Awards, five national honors and the Doris H. Merritt Award from the Indiana University School of Nursing for her support of the nursing profession. Ryder graduated from the journalism school at the University of Missouri-Columbia and holds honorary doctorates from three other universities.
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