Pope L. Moseley, M.D.
Executive Vice Chancellor, UAMS
Dean, College of Medicine
Dr. Pope L. Moseley, a leader in internal medicine and internationally recognized physician-scientist, has served as executive vice chancellor at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and dean of the UAMS College of Medicine since July 2015.
Dr. Moseley oversees the college’s interrelated missions to train the next generation of Arkansas’ physicians, develop new knowledge that leads to better health, and deliver world-class, patient-centered care.
Dr. Moseley came to UAMS from the University of New Mexico (UNM) School of Medicine, where he was a Distinguished Professor and led the Department of Internal Medicine as its Chair for 14 years.
He is highly regarded both for his laboratory research focusing on cellular adaptations to exercise and for his expertise in disease systems biology. As an associate director of UNM’s National Institutes of Health-funded Clinical Translational Science Center, Dr. Moseley led comparative effectiveness research initiatives and oversaw development of the UNM Health Sciences Center informatics platform.
In addition, Dr. Moseley continues to oversee graduate students at the University of Copenhagen, in the Systems Biology Group of the Center for Protein Research, where they are developing an informatics approach to uncovering disease associations using the Danish National Health Registry.
Dr. Moseley received his undergraduate degree from Davidson College, his medical degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine and a master’s degree in preventive medicine and environmental health at the University of Iowa.
He completed a residency in internal medicine and occupational medicine and a fellowship in pulmonary and critical care medicine at the University of Iowa. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, the American Board of Preventive Medicine (specialty in Occupational Medicine), and by the subspecialty board in pulmonary diseases.
Dr. Moseley was recruited to New Mexico in 1995 and served as Chief of Pulmonary/Critical Care and as Senior Associate Dean for Research prior to his appointment as Chair of Internal Medicine. He also held the Reva S. Skelton Research Endowment and was a Regents’ Professor of the University.
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