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As we wrap up 2022, let’s look back at our most viewed stories. These stories feature some of the amazing people in our UW Medicine community and the difference they are making in Seattle, in the Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho (WWAMI) region and beyond.

Get to know your colleagues and the happenings at UW Medicine with The Huddle top 10.

The Women Leading UW Medicine’s Hospitals

Left to right: Cindy Hecker, Sommer Kleweno Walley and Jeannine Grinnell

Left to right: Cindy Hecker, Sommer Kleweno Walley and Jeannine Grinnell.

Get to know our hospital CEOs.

Get to Know: Anneliese Schleyer, Interim Chief Medical Officer

Anneliese Schleyer with her family on a hike.

Learn what inspired her to go into healthcare, what she finds exciting about her job and where you can find her on weekends.

New Vice Dean for Research and Graduate Education

Shelly Sakiyama-Elbert

Get to know Shelly Sakiyama-Elbert, PhD, and learn about what she does for the UW School of Medicine.

A Look into the Lives of Primary Care Social Workers

Nasra Osman and Raphaelita Arviso

Find out what social workers Raphaelita Arviso, MSW, LICSW, and Nasra Osman, MSW, SWAAL, do on a given day at Harborview.

Celebrating Our Nurses

Read stories from our nurses and thank you notes from the community.

Get to Know: Michael Myint, Chief Population Health Officer

Michael Myint

Here’s what you should know about population health.

Gaining Perspective on Life During the Pandemic From Astrophotography

Sina Gharib, MD, is a pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine specialist — and a night sky enthusiast.

11 Dietitian Nutritionists Share Their Favorite Meals

Discover why they chose this career, their favorite moments on the job and what they love to eat.

Get to Know: Alieu Ann, UW Medicine’s New Chief Security Officer

Alieu Ann

Ann shares his strategy, hopes and goals for security at UW Medicine.

Forbes Ranks UW Medicine Top Healthcare Employer in Washington

UW Medicine also ranked No. 3 overall in the state.

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