HEMA Alumni Newsletter April 2011
Thomas Prince has retired from Kellogg. Prince was a professor of accounting and of health enterprise management. He came to Kellogg in 1962 and did much of his research and teaching in accounting and financial management of healthcare entities. He published many articles and nine books, including Financial Reporting and Cash Control for Health Care Entities.
Alicia Löffler has left Kellogg and has joined Northwestern University’s administration as its vice president for commercialization, heading up its technology transfer operation. Löffler developed the biotechnology major at Northwestern and saw its successful move into Kellogg as the Center for Biotechnology.
Leemore Dafny has been granted tenure at Kellogg. Dafny is an associate professor of management and strategy and of health enterprise management. She is an applied microeconomist whose research focuses on healthcare markets and the impact of public interventions on healthcare costs and quality.
Craig Gaithwaite has joined the management and strategy department and health enterprise management and will be teaching an empirical methods course this year.
Sangeeta Vohra is a senior lecturer in the Health Enterprise Management Program and the academic director of the Center for Biotechnology at Kellogg. She joined Kellogg in 2002 and began her new role in June 2010.
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