Mayers Joins Neurodiagnostic Training Program Advisory Committee

By July 31, 2017

Congratulations to Katherine Mayers, Vice President of Talent Development, on her appointment to the Neurodiagnostics Training Program Advisory Committee at Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC). She joins two SpecialtyCare colleagues on the board:  Guy Bates, MBA, CNIM, Director of Operations, and Julie Trott, MS, CNIM, Director of Neurophysiologist I Training. Katherine specializes in HR leadership, process improvement, project management, strategic planning, learning design & development, and executive coaching.

The VUMC Neurodiagnostic Training Program is part of the Programs in Allied Health under the Office of Health Science Education. It is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). Vanderbilt Clinical Neurosciences is a leader in the diagnosis and treatment of brain, spine, and nervous system disorders.  Learn more at www.vanderbilthealth.com/clinicalneurosciences/

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