Flynn elected chair of ACS board of governors

Dr. Timothy C. Flynn, senior associate dean for clinical affairs at the UF College of Medicine and chief medical officer for Shands at UF, now chairs the American College of Surgeons’ Board of Governors. Flynn, a UF vascular surgeon, was elected to the one-year leadership term during the organization’s annual meeting this fall. The Board of Governors’ primary role is to act as liaisons between the College’s fellows and its Board of Regents, which manages the organization. Flynn has been a member of the ACS since 1984 and has served on the Board of Governors for the past five years.