Arti Hurria, MD, Named Vice Provost at City of Hope


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Arti ­Hurria, MD

Arti ­Hurria, MD

Geriatrician-oncologist Arti ­Hurria, MD, has been named Vice Provost for Clinical Faculty at City of Hope.

“I spent most of my formative years at City of Hope and was very fortunate,” said Dr. Hurria, who’s been at the medical center for 10 years. “I had mentors who helped me along the way and joined programs that fostered my growth and development as a researcher and helped prepare me to lead a research team.”

Her new position will focus on City of Hope’s nearly 200 medical doctors. Dr. Hurria will have primary oversight of academic and faculty affairs for physicians in the clinical professor series. She supports City of Hope’s mission to increase the diversity of clinical faculty and is responsible for designing, implementing, and assessing programs to address faculty diversity, recruitment, retention, and advancement. ■



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