Brad Fenwick

Elsevier

Dr. Brad Fenwick is a Professor of Pathobiology and Microbiology.   He holds a doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Masters of Pathology from Kansas State University and Ph.D. in Comparative Pathology from UC Davis.   He completed a residency at UC Davis and is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Microbiology and board qualified in Pathology.  Dr. Fenwick has received numerous awards and recognitions for his research, holds several patents, founded a biotechnology company, and consults globally with companies, universities, and governments.  He is a Fellow with the American Council on Education, a Fellow with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and is currently a Jefferson Science Fellow and Senior Science Advisor with the U.S. State Department where his portfolio included Food Security, Higher Education, and Science, Technology, and Innovation.   He has held many senior administrative positions, including Graduate Dean, Vice President for Research, President for Intellectual Properties, Vice Chancellor for Research and Engagement, and Chief Scientist with the USDA.   As Senior Vice President for Global Strategic Alliances with Elsevier he is charged with forging non-commercial partnerships with universities, research centers, industry, governments, and funding bodies to enhance higher education and academic research and innovation productivity and success. 

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My Interest in ASCN: Brad Fenwick part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Member Profiles
Elsevier Senior Vice President Prior Organizational Change Work I have lead institutional strategic planning on several occasions, ranging from the full institution out of the provost office, as well as as dean, ...

My Interest in ASCN: Brad Fenwick part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Workshop: July 2016:Participant Profiles
Elsevier Senior Vice President Prior Organizational Change Work I have lead institutional strategic planning on several occasions, ranging from the full institution out of the provost office, as well as as dean, ...

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