JFCAC Elects New Vice Chair
The Junior Fellow Congress Advisory Council (JFCAC) elected Ryan Cuff, MD as its new vice chair Saturday, May 14, 2016 during its meeting.
Dr. Cuff currently serves as the District IV Junior Fellow chair. He plans to develop ways to engage section officers and residency representatives for greater local awareness of the many great initiatives that are supported by ACOG and its Junior Fellow Members. He plans to explore the timing of section officer elections; realigning the elections to coincide better with the academic calendar. In addition, he would like to work on ways to increase the involvement of the Junior Fellows in Practice, including a Junior Fellow-specific mentoring program so that Junior Fellows in Practice can become more engaged to those interested Junior Fellows still in training.
After getting his medical education at SUNY Upstate Medical University, Dr. Cuff is currently a 4th year resident at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston.
JFCAC Chair Megan Evans, MD, MPH, presided over Saturday’s JFCAC meeting with Vice Chair Kristen Zeligs, MD, preparing to take over as chair on Tuesday, at the end of the Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting.