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The Association of American Medical Colleges has appointed two new executives to its Washington branch. Robert I. Levy, senior associate vice president for health sciences at Columbia University, will become vice president for biomedical research January 1, 1988, and Edwin I. Crocker, vice president for finance and treasurer of the AAMC in Mills College, Oakland, Calif., will become vice president for administrative services on November 16. Levy has served as dean of the medical school and vice

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The Association of American Medical Colleges has appointed two new executives to its Washington branch. Robert I. Levy, senior associate vice president for health sciences at Columbia University, will become vice president for biomedical research January 1, 1988, and Edwin I. Crocker, vice president for finance and treasurer of the AAMC in Mills College, Oakland, Calif., will become vice president for administrative services on November 16. Levy has served as dean of the medical school and vice president for health sciences at Tufts University, Boston, from 1981 to 1983, and was director of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute at NIH from 1975 to 1981.

Gerard N. Burrow, chairman of the department of medicine at the University of Toronto and physician-in-chief of Toronto General Hospital, has been named vice chancellor for health sciences and dean of the University of California at San Diego (UCSD), School of Medicine....

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