Mark T. Gladwin, MD

  • Associate Vice Chancellor for Science Strategy, Health Sciences
  • Associate Dean for Physician-Scientist Mentoring
  • Jack D. Myers Professor and Chair, Department of Medicine

Mark T. Gladwin, MD, is associate vice chancellor for science strategy and associate dean for physician-scientist mentoring. Dr. Gladwin, Jack D. Myers professor and chair of the Department of Medicine, helps lead the strategic direction of Health Sciences research efforts with an additional focus on career development programs for the next generation of physicians and scientists in translational research.

Dr. Gladwin was recruited to the University of Pittsburgh in 2008 to serve as chief of the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Medicine and the inaugural director of the Vascular Medicine Institute. He has a long history of leadership of translational projects and programs and he has trained students at all levels, from undergraduate students to junior faculty, many of whom have established intendent careers in academic medicine.

Dr. Gladwin received his bachelor’s and medical degrees from the University of Miami six-year Honors Program in Medical Education in 1991. He completed his internship and chief residency in internal medicine at the Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, Oregon, followed by a critical care medicine fellowship at the National Institutes of Health and a Pulmonary Fellowship at the University of Washington in Seattle. He was recognized as Distinguished Professor at Pitt in 2014.