Dr. Paul Gladden Talks About New Role at School of Medicine
Dr. Paul Gladden (pictured above) has recently taken on the role of Associate Dean and DIO for the Graduate Medical Education program. (Photo by Russell Costanza)
Dr. Paul Gladden knows what it’s like to work under an intense amount of pressure. The orthopedic trauma surgeon recently stepped into a new role at the School of Medicine, a role that comes with a lot of expectations: Associate Dean and Designated Institutional Official for Tulane University’s Graduate Medical Education program. Dr. Gladden talks about his past work and his future plans in his own words. Click to read more about his journey to this new endeavor.
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