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Peck Named Executive Associate Dean at Indiana University School of Medicine

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Peck will oversee the financial and facility planning, information services, technology and human resources. With more than 1,500 full-time faculty, who hold in excess of $260 million in research grants and contracts, and 1,600 medical and graduate degree students, the IU School of Medicine is the second largest medical school in the country.

Peck previously was the associate dean of financial services at the University of Florida College of Medicine. Before joining the University of Florida in 2000, Peck was the controller for several private companies in a variety of industries including biotechnology, manufacturing and environmental waste management. She also worked for several years as a vice president in the investment banking industry.

Peck holds a bachelor’s degree from Oberlin College and a Master of Business Administration from Yale University School of Management.