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Errol D. Crook, MD AFMR President, 2003–2004

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Rather than reflect on the year as president, I will comment on my time on the AFMR council as being president is just one of several years of service that all presidents get to enjoy. To be part of a group of young academic physician scientists and educators was an awesome experience. However, I served during a time when there was clearly a transition in academic medicine at many levels. Although the research enterprise was growing, funding for an individual’s research program was less certain. All academic faculty, including junior …

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