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Emeritus Professorships

Lyle BaadeLyle E Baade, Ph.D., ABPP Cn

Professor Emeritus Awarded in 2018

Lyle E Baade, Ph.D. retired in 2018 after being with the department for 40 years. Dr. Baade served as department chair from 2012-2018.  Dr. Baade was awarded Professor Emeritus in July 2001.





 

 

Don BradaDon Brada, M.D.

Professor Emeritus Awarded in 2011

Don Brada, M.D. retired in 2011 after being with the department for 12 years. During his tenure, Dr. Brada served as an interim chair, director of residency training program, and associate dean for Graduate Medical Education. Dr. Brada was awarded Clinical Professor Emeritus in July 2011. Dr. Brada continues to be involved with the KU community and advocate for psychiatry.





 

 

George DyckGeorge Dyck, M.D.

Professor Emeritus Awarded in 2001

George Dyck, M.D. retired in 2001 after being with the department for 28 years. Dr. Dyck was the first chair of the department in 1973, and he contributed greatly to the field of psychiatry, and to the training of medical students, residents and geropsychiatry fellows. Dr. Dyck was awarded Professor Emeritus in July 2001.





 

 

C Don MorganC. Don Morgan, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus Awarded in 2018

C. Don Morgan, Ph.D. joined the faculty as an assistant professor July 1, 1990 and was promoted to associate professor July 1, 1995.

In Dr. Morgan’s 28 years with the University of Kansas School of Medicine, Dr. Morgan has exemplified exceptional teaching and collaboration with Wichita State University. While on faculty with KU he has provided guidance to 14 WSU dissertation projects. His research group developed in collaboration with WSU professors has averaged two posters at national and international meetings every year since he joined the faculty.

Dr. Morgan’s dry sense of humor and unique ability to present the complexities of personality disorders to medical students, psychology interns and psychiatry residents has been a unique asset to this department. Dr. Morgan is deserving of our gratitude for 28 years of exemplary service Dr. Dyck was the first chair of the department in 1973, and he contributed greatly to the field of psychiatry, and to the training of medical students, residents and geropsychiatry fellows. Dr. Dyck was awarded Professor Emeritus in July 2001.

 

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