USD med school professors grads are state association officers
- Thomas J. Huber, M.D., of Pierre, was elected the 128th president of the association. He graduated from the medical school in 1977. Huber is a clinical professor of family medicine.
- Karla K. Murphy, M.D., of Sioux Falls, is the new president-elect. She is a clinical assistant professor of pathology.
- Gary L. Timmerman, M.D., of Sioux Falls, was elected secretary. He graduated from the medical school in 1984. Timmerman is a clinical associate professor of surgery.
- Dan Heinemann, M.D., of Sioux Falls, is treasurer. He is a 1977 medical school graduate. Heinemann is a clinical associate professor of family medicine.
More than 600 physicians in the state are graduates from the Sanford School of Medicine.
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