Women & Infants’ Dr. Myers Wins Distinguished Surgeon Award
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Myers is a board certified female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgeon and director of the Division of Urogynecology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery.
She is also a professor of obstetrics and gynecology at The Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University.
Myers joined Women & Infants in 1992 after graduating from the State University of New York at Stony Brook Medical school and completing a medical-surgical internship at Rhode Island Hospital and a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Women & Infants.
She is vice chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and director of Continuing Medical Education at Women & Infants and chair of the promotions committee of the Department of Ob/Gyn at the Warren Alpert Medical School.
She is a past president of the national American Urogynecologic Society.
Myers was named the American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS) recipient of the National Association of Continence 2012 Rodney Appell Continence Care Champion Award.
She is also an oral examiner for the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and serves as a member of the FDA advisory panel on Ob/Gyn medical devices.
Myers has achieved certification in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive pelvic surgery (FPMRS) by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG).
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Russell Carey - A name few outside of Brown’s campus know, but Carey is the power source at the Providence Ivy League institution.
Today, his title is Executive Vice President and he has had almost every title at Brown short of President. Carey is a 1991 graduate of Brown and has never left College Hill.
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Nicole Alexander-Scott - MD, MPH, and rock star in the making. As Director of the Rhode Island Department of Health, she is fast developing a reputation as someone in the Raimondo Administration who can get things done. Her counsel and leadership on developing a strategy on opioid addiction has been widely been lauded.
In addition, she has handled the mundane - from beach closings to food recalls - with competency. An expert in infectious disease, it may be time for her to become a strong leader on Zika.
Ronald Machtley - Bryant University's President rightfully deserves to be on a lot of lists, but what few understand is that Machtley’s influence extends far beyond Bryant’s campus in Smithfield. Machtley could make this list as a business leader or as a political force as much as for education.
Machtley is recognized for transforming Bryant University from a financially struggling regional college to a university with a national reputation for business.
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The teachers' largest union is formidable, but is still reeling from the beat down it took when Gina Raimondo’s pension reform cut the benefits of teachers disproportionately over other employee groups.
Make no mistake about it - not much happens in education in Rhode Island without Purtill's sign-off.
Mim Runey - While Rhode Islanders wait, and wait some more, for development on the 195 land, Johnson and Wale's University's Runey is watching it come to fruition, as JWU is set to open the first completed building on the former Interstate on September 1, when it will host a ribbon cutting for its John J. Bowen Center for Science and Innovation.
Under Runey, JWU continues to establish its foothold as one of the country's top schools for culinary training. Now Runey will oversee the addition of the new building on the old 195 which will house the university's School of Engineering and Design and its biology program.
In 2015, students from the School of Engineering & Design participated in the construction of the Holocaust Memorial on South Main Street, a collaboration between the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island and the Holocaust Education Resource Center of Rhode Island.
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Weber Shill - He serves as the Chief Executive Officer of University Orthopedics, or in other words, dozens and dozens of oh-so-confident docs.
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Timothy Babineau - President and CEO of Lifespan, Rhode Island's biggest healthcare organization, where financial challenges make the job that much more complicated.
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