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Amy Lahmers

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Amy Lahmers, program director, joined the College of Medicine staff in 2010 and has worked in administrative management positions at Ohio State since 2000. Amy directs the day-to-day operations for both the graduate program and the NIH funded Systems in Integrative Biology Training Program. Her responsibilities include overseeing the annual budget, managing/monitoring HR appointments and funded projects, and serving as a resource for and collaborating with 150 trainees, 300 faculty members, and 250+ alumni. She served as Co-Investigator for the Ohio State Digital First Technology Grant for iPad Enabled Curriculum for First Year Graduate Students.
Amy previously served as director of student and alumni services in Ohio State's College of Education and Human Ecology, where she led a large, multifaceted office, serving 350 graduate students and 1,500 undergraduate and licensure-only/endorsement students. Amy is a graduate of Miami University (Ohio), where she earned her Master of Science degree in College Student Personnel, and The Ohio State University, where she earned a Certificate in Leadership in Human Service Management and a Bachelor of Science degree. Amy is currently Chair of Ohio State's President and Provost's Council on Women and is a former President of the Ohio College Personnel Association. Outside of her work at the University, she is a founding member and vice chair of the Anne M. Wolf Breast Cancer Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization that supports breast cancer research and awareness.
You may contact Amy at amy.lahmers@osumc.edu