The article tells the story of Koeppen’s career from a medical student to his current role at the university.
“Bruce is brilliant,” President John L. Lahey said.
“Bruce has developed a curriculum, designed a medical school building and hired faculty and administrators all in about a year’s time,” Lahey told the publication, adding that to accomplish preliminary accreditation “in less than two years is just phenomenal.”
The 145,000-square-foot medical school is scheduled to be complete in March. It will include 16 exam rooms, a human anatomy facility, a clinical skills assessment facility, two simulation operating rooms, a library, a lounge with a yoga studio and a fitness center.