Lawrence Kass, MD

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    1994 …2021

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    Dr. Lawrence Kass has been involved in almost all aspects of health professions education at Penn State College of Medicine, including service as a course director, residency program director and member of the undergraduate medical education and graduate medical education committees.

    For the past several years, Dr. Kass has focused on innovation in faculty development. In the Department of Emergency Medicine, Dr. Kass designed and implemented a faculty development program, helping faculty to become more skilled teachers. In addition, he created a faculty research team system, promoting scholarship and peer-mentoring among Emergency Medicine faculty.

    Dr. Kass also became co-director of Penn State College of Medicine's Junior Faculty Development Program, effective July 2020. This program has a holistic curriculum and mentored project designed to enable sustainable career trajectories in an academic health system. 

    Education/Academic qualification

    Emergency Medicine, Residency, York Hospital, Pennsylvania

    … → 1993

    Internal Medicine, Residency, University of Maryland

    … → 1990

    MD, School of Medicine, Boston University

    … → 1987


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