Arizona Telemedicine Program's Drs. Weinstein and Krupinski Inducted Into Inaugural Class of 11 in American Telemedicine Association College of Fellows


May 29, 2009
Contact: Jean Spinelli, (520) 626-7301

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Ronald S. Weinstein, MD, and Elizabeth Krupinski, PhD, with the Arizona Telemedicine Program at The University of Arizona College of Medicine, have been inducted into the inaugural class of the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) College of Fellows.

They are among a group of only 11 national leaders named to the ATA College of Fellows. Induction is an honor that recognizes significant achievements in telemedicine, service to the general telemedicine community and service to ATA. The recent announcement was made at the ATA annual meeting in Las Vegas.

Dr. Weinstein is director of the Arizona Telemedicine Program (ATP), UA professor of pathology and public health, and Arizona State University professor of biomedical informatics.

Dr. Krupinski is associate director of evaluation and assessment for ATP and UA professor of radiology, public health and psychology. (Dr. Krupinski just completed her term as president of the American Telemedicine Association.)

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