Dr. Stanton will lead the school, slated to open in fall 2018, with a global view of the medical world.
Dr. Stanton is leaving Michigan, where she was vice dean of research at Wayne State University School of Medicine.
In her years in the industry, Dr. Stanton has worked with many populations in the U.S. and countries such as Bangladesh, China or Egypt, as well as sits on the editorial board of a number of journals.
“Working with major universities and hospitals, as well as the World Bank, the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization, she exemplifies the servant leadership spirit that is a profound part of our mission at Seton Hall,” Esteban continued.
Dr. Stanton’s work has continuously been funded by the National Institutes of Health, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Fogarty Foundation, the World AIDS Foundation, Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation and the Commonwealth Fund, according to Wayne State.
She has also consulted with numerous groups, including the World Bank, World Health Organization, UNICEF, PATH and the International Vaccine Institute.
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