Join us on Wednesday, March 27th at 8:00 pm as we speak with Trinity’s Dean and Provost, Dr. John Geisler, and the Associate Dean of Clinical Sciences and Curriculum, Dr. Kelly Manahan. Dr. Geisler and Dr. Manahan are both highly experienced physicians with a passion for teaching the next generation of doctors. Webinar attendees will have the opportunity to ask the deans questions about their teaching approach, what it’s like to be a Trinity student, and how they prepare students for success.
About Dr. Geisler, Dean and Provost:
After completing his Bachelor of Arts with High Honors at the University of Michigan, Dr. Geisler completed his Doctor of Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine. His postgraduate training began with a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Loyola University Medical Center, followed by a preliminary medicine residency and a four-year residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at St. Vincent Hospitals – Indianapolis. He then completed fellowships in Pelvic Surgery and Gynecologic Oncology at the University of Iowa Hospital & Clinics. While educating medical learners and practicing oncology full-time, Dr. Geisler earned a Master’s in Pharmacoeconomics, Patient Safety, and Health Regulations. Dr. Geisler, trained in gynecologic oncology and functional medicine, has focused on serving others by educating future generations of medical providers. He has published over one hundred and thirty peer-reviewed medical articles and dozens of book chapters. He is the editor of multiple medical journals.
About Dr. Manahan, Associate Dean of Clinical Sciences and Curriculum:
After completing pre-med undergraduate studies at Grace College, Dr. Manahan completed her Doctor of Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine. Her postgraduate training included a residency in Obstetrics & Gynecology at the Medical College of Ohio (University of Toledo), where she was named Chief Resident in 1998, and a Gynecologic Oncology Fellowship at the University of Michigan. She also spent one year focused exclusively on gynecologic oncology research at the University of Louisville. She was named Outstanding Resident during her training, and she was awarded the prestigious Galloway Fellowship in Gynecology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
Dr. Manahan is thrilled to be returning to academic medicine and leadership. She hopes to bring vision, timely solutions, and educational empowerment to the medical students and surrounding communities.