Dr. Rausch also has accepted a joint appointment as an associate professor of clinical family medicine.
Most recently, Dr. Rausch was associate dean of multicultural affairs at Saint Louis University School of Medicine. He founded that office in 1996 and has implemented numerous programs to increase diversity in the health professions. He also served as director of the Multicultural Initiative for New Doctors (MIND) program and was an assistant professor in the school’s Department of Community and Family Medicine where he was active in curriculum development.
Dr. Rausch is a founding member of the National Association of Medical Minority Educators.
He received his doctoral degree at the University of Northern Colorado. He holds a master’s degree from Wayne State University in Detroit and a bachelor’s degree from Western State College in Gunnison, Colo.