Nancy Raymond, MD, associate dean for faculty affairs and development at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, received her bachelor's degree in biology from Earlham College and her MD from the University of Minnesota Medical School (UMN).
After completing her residency in psychiatry, Raymond was recruited to join the faculty at her alma mater where she advanced through the ranks to become a professor in the psychiatry department.
She also served as the associate dean for faculty affairs at the University of Minnesota for three years prior to joining the dean's office at the School of Medicine and Public Health. She is recognized for her leadership in running the UMN Center of Excellence in Women's Health and for her training and mentoring of women's health researchers.
Her research interests lie in studying the role of impulsivity in eating disorders, particularly bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder. She has also used similar methodology to study the role of impulsivity and problematic sexual behavior, sometimes referred to as sexual addiction.