Sam Nunn Professor of Law
Bernstein joined the School of Law faculty full time this year after spending
last year as a visiting professor. She previously taught at the Chicago-Kent
College of Law from 19892000. She received her bachelors from
Queens College in 1981 and her J.D. from Yale Law School in 1985. Bernstein
clerked in the office of Chief Judge Jack Weinstein, U.S. District Court,
Eastern District of New York, from 198586 and also served as an
associate in the firm of Debevoise & Plimpton in New York from 198689,
specializing in products liability corporate acquisition.
William G. Hamm, M.D.,
Chair of Plastic Surgery
Bostwick is chief of plastic surgery for Emory Hospital and chief of outpatient
surgery for Emory Clinic. He is a 1963 graduate of Emory College and received
his M.D. from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Memphis
in 1966. He did his residency training in general surgery at Emory under
J.D. Martin (196668) and Dean Warren (197073), and in plastic
surgery under M.J. Jurkiewicz (197375). Bostwick is a member of
more than 40 professional associations worldwide.
Charles Howard Candler Professor of English
Carpenter has been a professor of English at Oxford College since 1995,
and he is Oxfords first Candler Professor. He received his bachelors
from the College of Charleston (S.C.) in 1968, his masters from
the University of North Carolina in 1973 and his doctorate from the State
University of New York at Stony Brook in 1982. Carpenter specializes in
the work of John Gould Fletcher (he edited The John Gould Fletcher
Series from the University of Arkansas Press) and Vietnam War-era
American literature. In 1999, Carpenter received a Fulbright Fellowship
to teach at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Leuven, Belgium.
Charles Howard Candler Professor of Nursing
Dunbar, who is interim director of the School of Nursings doctoral
program, teaches courses in nursing theory, research and health outcomes.
Her clinical area of expertise is adult health with an emphasis on cardiovascular
nursing. Dunbar received her bachelors from the University of Florida
in 1972, her masters in nursing from Florida State University in
1973 and doctorate from the University of Alabama-Birmingham in 1980.
Dunbar received the Katherine Lembright Award from the American Heart
Association in 1999.
Willaford Ransom Leach
Professor in Gynecology and Obstetrics
Horowitz is associate professor of gynecology and obstetrics in the School
of Medicine, with joint appointments in the Winship Cancer Institute,
Emory Hospital and Emory Clinic. He received his bachelors from
the University of Rochester (N.Y.) in 1976 and his M.D. from the Baylor
College of Medicine in Houston in 1980. Horowitz did postgraduate training
at Baylor and at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.
Professor of Law
Kull is a professor of law whose teaching interests include contracts,
negotiable instruments, sales and restitution. He received his bachelors
from the University of California-Berkeley in 1969, a bachelors
and a masters from Oxford University in 1973, and a J.D. from the
University of Chicago in 1977. Before coming to Emory in 1987, Kull practiced
in New York and Paris with Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton. He
is the author of The Color-Blind Constitution (Harvard Press, 1992), which
won the 1993 Silver Gavel award from the American Bar Association.
Luella Klein Professor in Maternal Fetal Medicine
Lindsay is an associate professor in the School of Medicine, with joint
appointments in perinatal and maternal and infant care at Grady Hospital.
He received his bachelors from Morehouse College in 1975, his M.D.
from the Yale University School of Medicine in 1979 and a masters
of public health from Emory in 1991. Lindsay did postgraduate training
at St. Louis University Hospitals (197980), Boston City Hospital
(198083) and the University of Cincinnati Medical Center (198385).
Charles Howard Candler
Professor of Pharmacology
Minneman has been a professor of pharmacology in the School of Medicine
since 1990. He is former director of graduate programs in molecular therapeutics
and toxicology, and in physiological and pharmacological sciences. Minneman
received his bachelors from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
in 1974 and his doctorate from the University of Cambridge in 1977. He
was recently named a councilor for the American Society for Pharmacology
and Experimental Therapeutics.
Ana Alvarez Murphy
Anne Winship Bates Leach
Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics
Murphy has been a professor of gynecology and obstetrics in the School
of Medicine since 1993. She is also the departments director of
reproductive endocrinology. She received her bachelors from Cornell
University in 1976 and her M.D. from the University of Michigan Medical
School in 1980. Murphy did postgraduate training at Johns Hopkins, where
she was previously an instructor in gynecology, obstetrics, gynecologic
endocrinology and infertility.
Linton and June Bishop Chair of Medicine
Williams is an associate professor of medicine and chief of cardiology
at Crawford Long. He received his bachelors from The Citadel in
Charleston, S.C., in 1970 and his M.D. from the University of Florida
in 1974. Williams did postgraduate training at Charlotte (N.C.) Memorial
Hospital (197477) and Emory Hospital. He has won many honors and
awards and is a member of several professional organizations. His research
focuses on noninvasive cardiology and coronary artery disease.
A. Worley Brown Chair in Neurology
Watts has been a professor of neurology in the School of Medicine since
1998, and he is also chief of neurology at Emory Hospital and Wesley Woods.
He received his bachelors from the University of Alabama-Birmingham
in 1976 and his M.D. from Washington University in St. Louis in 1980.
Watts did his postgraduate training at Massachusetts General Hospital
in Boston and at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md. Among
his many research grants was a two-year NIH grant to study pathophysiology
of MPTP Parkinsonians that funded $264,000 in direct costs.