Dr. Greenfield is a Professor of Reproductive Biology, with a secondary appointment in Pediatrics, at CWRU School of Medicine. She is the Vice Chair for Faculty Development and the Director of Education for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at University Hospitals MacDonald Women's Hospital, as well as the Director of the Division of General OB/GYN. As a faculty member since 1987, she has been engaged at every level of education from UME to CME, including 11 years as the director of the OB/GYN clerkship at UH. She has played a pivotal role in curricular revision and is recognized as an education thought leader at the school of medicine and nationally. She has received numerous awards for teaching excellence and educational leadership, including the Kaiser Permanente Award for clinical teaching excellence and the Gender Equity Award.
Dr. Isaacson is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine at CWRU SOM. He is the Assistant Dean for Clinical Education at CCLCM, and the Vice Chairman of the Department of General Internal Medicine at CCF. He was recruited to CCF 1993. He has been an instrumental member of the educational leadership team at CCLCM since its inception and remains in a leadership role on many education committees, including co-chair of the Joint Clinical Oversight Group (JCOG). He has received many teaching awards, including the Kaiser Permanente Award for clinical teaching excellence and the CCF Master Educator award.
Dr Natowicz is a Professor in the Department of Pathology at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine at CWRU SOM. He holds staff appointments in Pathology, Neurology and Pediatrics at CCF. He is the CCLCM Leader of the Genetics Thread and Co-Leader of the Bioinformatics Thread, and he is a key member of the CCLCM Basic Science Education Committee. He has an additional special interest in designing and conducting educational activities around the needs of patients with disabilities. Dr Natowicz teaches across all four years of the medical school curriculum and has won numerous teaching awards, including the Kaiser Permanente Award for basic science teaching excellence and the Lerner Research Institute Excellence in Teaching Award.