Clay B. Marsh

Chief Health Officer, West Virginia University

https://directory.hsc.wvu.edu/Individual/Index/43104#biography
Clay B. Marsh, MD, is West Virginia University’s chief health officer, and serves as a member of President E. Gordon Gee’s leadership team. As WVU’s vice president for health sciences, he oversees five health sciences schools and three health campuses.
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A shot from Disney's Pocahontas.
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Don’t forget the sidekicks – the unsung heroes of the every day

by Clay B. Marsh
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Predicting the Future

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People using their phones at brunch.
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The importance of community and the self

by Clay B. Marsh
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Loss gives us a chance to reflect – and focus on what matters

by Clay B. Marsh
Fractcal art from Pixabay.
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Purpose

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Frozen Blackwater Falls, West Virginia
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Fragmentation and Wholeness

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New River Gorge in the Snow
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Wisdom from Rumi

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Foundations

by Clay B. Marsh
A view of Camelback Mountain in Phoenix, Arizona
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Giving priority to reconnecting with family allows a shift in our perspective

by Clay B. Marsh
Fireworks
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Peace and the New Year

by Clay B. Marsh
A person walks on a wide beach expanse
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Loneliness Scores and Absolute Truth

by Clay B. Marsh
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Hate, Fragmentation and Fear

by Clay B. Marsh
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A groundswell of change

by Clay B. Marsh
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Longevity

by Clay B. Marsh
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What if….

by Clay B. Marsh
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Fulfillment and happiness

by Clay B. Marsh
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Resilience

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Illusions

by Clay B. Marsh
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Wholeness, health and medicine

by Clay B. Marsh
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10 Books to Read this Summer

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Your best 150 friends

by Clay B. Marsh

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