Viola M. Sprague, MBA, will join LSU Health Shreveport on June 5, 2023 as Chief Information Officer, providing strategic oversight of campus information technology activities and working with Information Technology (IT) service units across campus.
The Office for Academic Affairs for LSU Health Shreveport provides leadership and supports the educational and academic missions of the institution. The Associate Dean for Academic Affairs supervises and develops undergraduate medical curriculum which includes the Medical Curriculum Council and the Clinical Skills Center. The office also oversees faculty affairs including academic appointments, promotion and tenure, and faculty development for all members of the general medical faculty.
Goals and Objectives
CLINICAL SKILLS CENTER
SURGICAL SKILLS LABORATORY
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
LATEST NEWS HIGHLIGHTS FOR LSU HEALTH SHREVEPORT
KSLA12 - Kyle and Kendall Lewis share a special bond, from graduating from kindergarten, high school and college, twin brothers have completed yet another milestone together by graduating from medical school.
For a generation, the medical school at LSUHS has played a vital role in educating healthcare professionals and conducting critical medical research that’s revered internationally.
KSLA12 - The LSU Health Shreveport campus is getting its first new building in 15 years. Chancellor Dr. David Guzick says the new building will bring a variety of opportunities for students.
The Urology Department recently lost a dear colleague and friend. Dr. Stanley Smith, Assistant Professor of Urology, passed away on May 22nd after an extended illness.
LSUHS hosted its largest commencement in the institution’s history with 224 students receiving a Bachelor’s, Master’s, PhD or Doctorate degree. This 50th commencement milestone began on May 26, 1973, when 31 medical students received the first Doctorate degrees given by then, LSU School of Medicine.
We are saddened to share the news of the passing of Dr. Daniel Stewart Strain. He graduated from the LSUHS School of Medicine in 1979 and was a faculty member in the Department of Internal Medicine for many years.