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David M. Anderson, DVM
Executive Director



Notable Achievements of Past Scholars

Eldon Spackman
2008-2009 Magnuson Scholar
2007-2008 Magnuson Scholar

School of Pharmacy

Since his two years as a Magnuson Scholarship recipient at the University of Washington, Eldon Spackman has gone on to serve in a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Health Economics at the University of York, in the United Kingdom. For one of his current projects, he is studying the cost-effectiveness of transfusion alternatives in sickle cell disease patients.


Gulrose Jiwani
2006-2007 Magnuson Scholar
School of Nursing

The 2006-2007 School of Nursing Magnuson Scholar Gulrose Jiwani, is the founder, President and CEO of HPSC Health Policy & Strategies Consultants, Inc. Her biography highlights her time as a Magnuson Scholar and her company message exhibits her continued dedication to engaging society to enact positive changes in health care. Jiwani’s dedication to these values will leave a legacy that hearkens back to Warren G. Magnuson’s own endeavors.


Rebecca Hubbard
2006-2007 Magnuson Scholar
School of Public Health and Community Medicine

After completing a postdoctoral fellowship in 2008, Rebecca Hubbard joined the Group Health Research Institute staff, where she is now an Assistant Investigator. While carrying out her duties with Group Heath, she still works closely with the University of Washington, as an affiliate professor in biostatistics.


Douglas R. Dixon
2003-2004 Magnuson Scholar
School of Dentistry

Douglas R. Dixon has gone on to serve as the Assistant Director and Research Project Officer of the U.S. Army Advanced Education Program in Periodontics, and in addition he continues to be active in research. A research paper he contributed to can be read here. In addition, he has served as a collaborator with the Laboratory for Applied Periodontal & Cranial Regeneration at Georgia Regents University, Augusta.


Cecilia A. Morgan
2001-2002 Magnuson Scholar
School of Public Health and Community Medicine

Cecilia Morgan was recently appointed as a Vaccine and Infections Disease Division (VIDD) senior staff scientist at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Since her time as a Magnuson Scholar, she has also filled the role of Associate Director of Scientific Development for the HIV Vaccine Trials Network at Fred Hutchinson.


Ann C. LaFlamme
1996-1997 Magnuson Scholar
School of Public Health and Community Medicine

Ann LaFlamme is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Wellington in Victoria, New Zealand. Her current research is focused on macrophages and immune regulation of disease, with a focus on aspects of multiple sclerosis. Her research has been included in many recent scientific publications.


Suttichai Krisanaprakornkit
1996-1997 Magnuson Scholar
School of Dentistry

After completing his studies at the University of Washington, Suttichai Krisanaprakornkit is now serving as a faculty member in the department of Oral Biology & Diagnostic Science at Chiang Mai University, in Chiang Mai, Thailand. He continues to be actively involved in research today.


Roberta Rehm
1995-1996 Magnuson Scholar
School of Nursing

After earning her Ph.D. from the University of Washington, Roberta Rehm went on to work at the University of New Mexico and has since joined the faculty of University of California, San Francisco, where she is an associate professor with the Department of Family Health Care Nursing. She has received several honors and awards, including the 2001 Dean’s Award from the University of New Mexico College of Nursing, and the 2003 Regent’s Lecturer award from UNM.


Mark Drangsholt
1994-1995 Magnuson Scholar
School of Dentistry

Mark Drangsholt has had a distinguished career in the field of dentistry and academics. He was recently appointed to the role of Chair of Oral Medicine at the UW School of Dentistry, where he has been teaching since graduating with his Ph.D. in 1995.