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Emory University

1365 Clifton Rd

Atlanta, Georgia,30322

United States

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Emory University, recognized internationally for its outstanding liberal arts colleges, graduate and professional schools, and one of the Southeast's leading health care systems, is located on a beautiful, leafy campus in Atlanta, Georgia's historic Druid Hill... more

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Claudia R. Adkison, J.D., Ph.D. | CB0 Partners – Executive Search, Consulting, Interim Management

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Claudia R. Adkison, J.D., Ph.D.
Claudia R. Adkison, J.D., Ph.D. Dr. Adkison recently retired from her administrative position as Executive Associate Dean and COO in Emory University's School of Medicine after 15 years of service and more than 20 years as a medical school faculty member. Now in a consulting capacity, she focuses her work for Emory on large, complex, multi-level, and effort-intensive projects, such as the creation of selected major international initiatives and the review and revision of University faculty policies. She also consults for academic medical centers and for federal agencies in the U.S. and internationally in a broad array of areas including, for example, medical school administration and organization, policies and procedures, strategic planning, research, and education; conflict of interest, effort reporting, human subject and animal research regulations and policies, research misconduct, and other research compliance issues; faculty development initiatives and coaching; Chair school for training new department chairs; dispute resolution; and more. Dr. Adkison received her Ph.D. degree from Tulane University and completed postdoctoral fellowship training in cell biophysics at Baylor College of Medicine. She was a faculty member in Emory School of Medicine for many years, carrying out her duties as a professor, educator, and scientist in Emory Medical School's Department of Cell Biology. She chaired the University Senate and University Research Committee, served on the medical school admissions, curriculum, and many other committees, received several class and school-wide teaching awards, and conducted research in the area of cardiac cell biology. Toward the end of her traditional Professorship, while working full-time, she also acquired a law degree (at night) that led her to leave Emory for a few years to practice intellectual property law as a biotech patent attorney with numerous medical school and biotech clients; as a copyright litigator; and also as a health care lawyer, all in the international law firm Kilpatrick Stockton (now Kilpatrick Townsend). She is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Bar, and continues to be active in national professional and academic societies. Dr. Adkison rejoined Emory's School of Medicine as Executive Associate Dean / Administration and Faculty Affairs in 1995. She functioned both as Chief Operating Officer and the faculty dean in the medical school. Reporting to the Dean, she had day-to-day oversight responsibility for administration of the medical school's business, including all HR; faculty affairs (appointments, promotions, development, and problems); legal and many regulatory matters for the medical school; all academic policies of the school, including conflict of interest and academic misconduct; IT; environmental health and safety; library; fundraising; and special projects and problems with the medical school chairs, university administrators, and various school and university administrative units. She worked every day with the Dean on implementing his directives and plans, with the practice plan and hospital administrative officers on implementing vision and solving problems, and on a wide variety of special projects for the Dean involving both academic and clinical areas. At the national level, Dr. Adkison is active in a number of organizations, especially the Association of American Medical Colleges. She continues to participate in the AAMC official groups on business affairs, principal business officers, faculty affairs, and others. She is a founder of the AAMC Forum on Conflict of Interest (FOCI), the first national organization that works on policy and education in conflict of interest, and was its first national chair. She is regularly called to advise, consult, and speak on conflict of interest matters around the country and to work with federal agencies and others on international academic projects.


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Claudia Adkison, J.D., Ph.D.
Claudia Adkison, J.D., Ph.D. Executive Associate Dean Emeritus and Professor of Cell Biology Emeritus Emory University School of Medicine Dr. Adkison is a member of the Board of HDSA and also of the Board of the Atlanta, Georgia chapter. She serves on the HDSA Strategic Planning and Centers of Excellence committees and has both a scientific and personal interest in HDSA, having lost three brothers to Alzheimer's, another neurodegenerative disease. Dr. Adkison received her Ph.D. degree from Tulane University in the School of Medicine and years later her J.D. degree from Georgia State University. She is retired from her position as Executive Associate Dean and COO in Emory University's School of Medicine for 15 years. Before that, she was a professor in cell biology in the medical school for 20 years. In the interim between these two phases of her career in academic medicine, she practiced law in intellectual property at the international firm Kilpatrick Stockton. She focuses her continuing part-time consulting work on medical school administration, faculty development, compliance in research and medicine, strategic planning, policy matters, leadership training, and other projects for academic health centers nationally and internationally. She is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Bar, continues to be active in national professional and academic societies, and speaks nationally on various aspects of academic medicine.


CBO Partners

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Claudia R. Adkison, J.D., Ph.D.
Claudia R. Adkison, J.D., Ph.D. Dr. Adkison recently retired from her administrative position as Executive Associate Dean and COO in Emory University's School of Medicine after 15 years of service and more than 20 years as a medical school faculty member. Now in a consulting capacity, she focuses her work for Emory on large, complex, multi-level, and effort-intensive projects, such as the creation of selected major international initiatives and the review and revision of University faculty policies. She also consults for academic medical centers and for federal agencies in the U.S. and internationally in a broad array of areas including, for example, medical school administration and organization, policies and procedures, strategic planning, research, and education; conflict of interest, effort reporting, human subject and animal research regulations and policies, research misconduct, and other research compliance issues; faculty development initiatives and coaching; Chair school for training new department chairs; dispute resolution; and more. Dr. Adkison received her Ph.D. degree from Tulane University and completed postdoctoral fellowship training in cell biophysics at Baylor College of Medicine. She was a faculty member in Emory School of Medicine for many years, carrying out her duties as a professor, educator, and scientist in Emory Medical School's Department of Cell Biology. She chaired the University Senate and University Research Committee, served on the medical school admissions, curriculum, and many other committees, received several class and school-wide teaching awards, and conducted research in the area of cardiac cell biology. Toward the end of her traditional Professorship, while working full-time, she also acquired a law degree (at night) that led her to leave Emory for a few years to practice intellectual property law as a biotech patent attorney with numerous medical school and biotech clients; as a copyright litigator; and also as a health care lawyer, all in the international law firm Kilpatrick Stockton (now Kilpatrick Townsend). She is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Bar, and continues to be active in national professional and academic societies. Dr. Adkison rejoined Emory's School of Medicine as Executive Associate Dean / Administration and Faculty Affairs in 1995. She functioned both as Chief Operating Officer and the faculty dean in the medical school. Reporting to the Dean, she had day-to-day oversight responsibility for administration of the medical school's business, including all HR; faculty affairs (appointments, promotions, development, and problems); legal and many regulatory matters for the medical school; all academic policies of the school, including conflict of interest and academic misconduct; IT; environmental health and safety; library; fundraising; and special projects and problems with the medical school chairs, university administrators, and various school and university administrative units. She worked every day with the Dean on implementing his directives and plans, with the practice plan and hospital administrative officers on implementing vision and solving problems, and on a wide variety of special projects for the Dean involving both academic and clinical areas. At the national level, Dr. Adkison is active in a number of organizations, especially the Association of American Medical Colleges. She continues to participate in the AAMC official groups on business affairs, principal business officers, faculty affairs, and others. She is a founder of the AAMC Forum on Conflict of Interest (FOCI), the first national organization that works on policy and education in conflict of interest, and was its first national chair. She is regularly called to advise, consult, and speak on conflict of interest matters around the country and to work with federal agencies and others on international academic projects.


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Claudia R. Adkison, JD, PhD
Secretary, MedicAlert Foundation® International, Executive Associate Dean / Administration and Faculty Affairs and Professor of Cell Biology, Emory University School of Medicine


About Leadership :: MedicAlert

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Claudia R. Adkison, JD, PhD
Claudia R. Adkison, JD, PhD Secretary, MedicAlert Foundation International, Executive Associate Dean / Administration and Faculty Affairs and Professor of Cell Biology, Emory University School of Medicine Dr. Adkison rejoined Emory's School of Medicine as Executive Associate Dean / Administration and Faculty Affairs in 1995. She functions as Chief Operating Officer, academic affairs facilitator, and faculty dean in the medical school. Prior to her present position, Dr. Adkison was a faculty member in Emory School of Medicine for many years. During the end of that period, she acquired a law degree that led her to leave Emory to practice law as an intellectual property attorney; as a copyright litigator; and also as a healthcare lawyer, in the international law firm Kilpatrick & Stockton. She is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and the US Patent and Trademark bar, in addition to numerous medical school, university, and professional society committees. Dr. Adkison received her PhD degree from Tulane University and completed postdoctoral fellowship training in cell biophysics at Baylor College of Medicine. She was the first national chair of the new AAMC Forum on Conflict of Interest.


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