“I am grateful for this opportunity to continue my longtime work with the National Association of Epilepsy Centers on expanding access to epilepsy care.”
Dave Clarke, MD, Chief of the Dell Children’s Comprehensive Pediatric Epilepsy Center, has been selected to participate in Dell Medical School’s Courageous Leadership for Health Improvement, a 15-month experiential professional development program for individuals committed to health equity and improvement.
The program is designed to cultivate courageous leadership, influence systems, and drive nonpartisan policies and programs that affect health and community wellness. As part of the inaugural cohort, Clarke will participate in mentorship opportunities, health justice immersion experiences, and monthly didactic sessions with local, state, and national leaders.
“It has been a dream to engage with thought leaders such as Dr. Jewel Mullen, Associate Dean for Health Equity at Dell Medical School, in reducing disparities nationally,” Clarke said. “I am grateful for this opportunity to continue my longtime work with the National Association of Epilepsy Centers on expanding access to epilepsy care.”