Antwione M. Haywood, PhD
Assistant Dean for Medical Student Education
Antwione Haywood, PhD, is the assistant dean of student affairs and assistant professor of clinical radiation oncology. In his role he oversees various aspects of the student experience including wellness, diversity programming and student success initiatives. He completed his doctoral training at Indiana University-Bloomington, his master’s degree from the University of Kansas, and his bachelor’s degree from Old Dominion University. He is affiliated with the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity.
Dyrbye, L.N., Sciolla, A.F., Dekhtyar, M., Rajasekaran, S., Allgood, J.A., Rea, M., Knight, A.P., Haywood, A.M., Smith, S., Stephens, M.B. (2018). A National Survey of Medical School Strategies to Address Student Well-being. Academic Medicine.
Farlow, J.L., Ulrich, B., Schiess, D., Piropato, A., Inabathula, A., Moore, N., Chung, M., Haywood, A.M. (2017). Further Evidence for Curricular Influence on Student Connectedness. Medical Teacher.
Shaw, M.D., Lambert, A., Cole, E.R., Nelson Laird, T., Haywood, A.M., (2016). Grouping Disciplinary Peers to Foster Collaboration: Classifying Fields of Study based on Faculty Preference. Journal of Excellence in College Teaching.
MS 119 DMSE
Titles & Appointments
- Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiation Oncology
- Wellness and Wellbeing for Physicians and Trainees
- Implicit Bias in Health Care
Peer Review, Higher Learning Commission Board Member, Tutor Matching Service