K. Craig Kent, MD
Dean, College of Medicine
Vice President of Health Sciences, Wexner Medical Center
Dr. Kent is a researcher, educator and physician leader, and serves as dean of The Ohio State University College of Medicine, vice president for Health Sciences and the Leslie H. and Abigail S. Wexner Dean’s Chair in Medicine. Dr. Kent is an internationally recognized leader in academic medicine.
Quinn Capers IV, MDVice Dean for Faculty Affairs
Dr. Quinn Capers is an interventional cardiologist, professor of Internal Medicine and vice dean for Faculty Affairs in The Ohio State University College of Medicine. He has trained more than 1,000 physicians and healthcare providers in strategies to reduce implicit bias, and he speaks widely on the topic of implicit racial and gender bias in medicine and health care.
Daniel Clinchot, MDVice Dean for Education
Dr. Clinchot oversees undergraduate and undergraduate medical education, continuing medical education and graduate and research education. He is regularly invited to speak on medical education innovations at professional conferences throughout the country.
L. Arick Forrest, MD
Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs
Considered an international expert in voice and swallowing disorders, Dr. Forrest is vice dean of Clinical Affairs for The Ohio State University College of Medicine, medical director of Ambulatory Services for The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and president of The Ohio State University Physicians, Inc.
Wendy Horton, PharmD, MBA, FACHE
Chief Administrative Officer
Horton serves as chief administrative officer for the Ohio State College of Medicine, Office of Health Sciences and Ohio State University Physicians. She works with other leaders and directors to cultivate an administrative structure that supports the three-tier mission of research, education and clinical care. She is also responsible for driving key initiatives of the strategic plan as the Wexner Medical Center works to become a top-20 academic medical center.
Deborah Nichols Larsen, PhD, FAPTA, FASAHP
Associate Dean, Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
Larsen has a secondary educational scholarship and training focus on preparing professional students to work as interdisciplinary teams to provide healthcare services to at risk populations, living in poverty. This work is currently funded through the Medicaid Technical Assistance and Policy Program, for which she is the principal investigator for The Ohio State University, and is supporting training opportunities for professional students across the health sciences to facilitate team-based care for under-served populations.
Peter Mohler, PhD
Vice Dean for Research
Mohler has received multiple awards, including being named a Pew Scholar, a Kavli Scholar of the National Academy of Sciences and an Outstanding Investigator of the American Heart Association.In 2015 he received the inaugural College of Medicine Distinguished Mentor Award. He serves on the Program Project Grant (PO1) Parent committee for the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute. Mohler was named an inaugural NIH National Heart Lung and Blood Institute Outstanding Investigator, one of only seven awardees in the cardiovascular sciences in the nation to ever receive this award.