Elizabeth Zeibig, Ph.D., serves Doisy College of Health Sciences in her new position as associate dean, graduate education.
|Elizabeth Zeibig, Ph.D.|
"The position fills a need for the college's growing graduate programs," said Dean Charlotte Royeen. "She brings experience and enthusiasm to this new position."
Zeibig has served as full-time faculty in the clinical laboratory science department for over ten years. Her experience working as a sponsor for graduate students, her focus in curriculum and instruction and her involvement in many local, regional and national leadership positions helped her prepare for her new role as associate dean, graduate education.
As the associate dean for graduate education, she will promote graduate education, liaison and assist departments wishing to develop interdisciplinary graduate education programs, convene the graduate education council of the Doisy College of Health Sciences and serve as the administrator responsible for monitoring and documenting the college's graduate activity.
Long a leader in educating health professionals, Saint Louis University offered its first degree in an allied health profession in 1929. Today the Doisy College of Health Sciences offers degrees in athletic training, clinical laboratory science, cytotechnology, nutrition and dietetics, health information management, health sciences, investigative and medical science, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, occupational therapy, physician assistant, physical therapy and radiation therapy. The college's unique curriculum prepares students to work with health professionals from all disciplines to ensure the best possible patient care.