[photo, Jay A. Perman, President, University of Maryland, Baltimore] JAY A. PERMAN, M.D., President

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President, University of Maryland, Baltimore, since July 1, 2010. Chair, Department of Pediatrics, and Chief of Pediatrics, University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1999-2004 (director, division of pediatric gastroenterology, 1987-92; associate professor of pediatrics, 1987-92).

Chair, Maryland Life Sciences Advisory Board, 2017- (member, 2011-). Former member, HealthChoice Special-Needs Children Advisory Council of Maryland Medicaid Advisory Committee. Co-Chair, Advisory Board, Institute for a Healthiest Maryland, 2011-14. Co-Chair, UniverCity Partnership Initiative (formerly Westside Task Force), Baltimore City, 2011-. Chair, Council of University System Presidents, 2017-.

Associate Professor of Pediatrics, University of California, San Francisco, 1982-84 (assistant professor, 1977-82). Professor of Pediatrics, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 1984-96. Professor and Chair, Department of Pediatrics, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1996-99. Dean and Vice-President for Clinical Affairs, University of Kentucky College of Medicine, 2004-10.

Born in Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern University, B.A., 1968, M.D. (with distinction), 1972. Residency in pediatrics, Children's Memorial Hospital, Northwestern University, 1972-75. Fellowships in pediatrics and pediatric gastroenterology, Harvard Medical School and Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston, 1975-77. President, Johns Hopkins Pediatrics at Home, Inc. 1992-96. Vice-Chair for Clinical Affairs, Department of Pediatrics, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 1994-96 (associate professor of pediatrics, 1984-92; director, division of pediatric gastroenterology & nutrition, 1984-96; professor of pediatrics, 1992-96; director, division of network development & community services, 1995-96). Director, Feeding Disorders Program, Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital, 2001-04. Member, American Gastroenterological Association; North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition (NASPGN), 1977- (executive council, 1983-92; president, 1988-90); American Academy of Pediatrics, 1977-; American Pediatric Society, 1998; American Medical Association, 2004-; American Society for Gastrointestinal Enoscopy (ASGE), 2009-. Board of Directors, Greater Baltimore Committee, 2010-; Hippodrome Foundation, 2010-. Chair, Board of Directors, Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, 2013- (member, 2010-). President's Award for Diversity, University of Kentucky, 2008. Maryland's Most Admired CEO's, Daily Record, 2013. Giving Back Award, INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, 2016. Married; four children.

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