Ramzi T. Nicolas

Summary

Ramzi T. Nicolas earned $474,243 in 2017 as an Associate Professor Of Clinical Pediatrics for Southern Illinois University School of Medicine.

Nicolas earned more than 97.77% of employees in Southern Illinois University School of Medicine.

Other Associate Professor Of Clinical Pediatricss at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine

Name Position Salary Start Date
Sangita Basnet Associate Professor Of Clinical Pediatrics $350,000 N/A
Beau J. Batton Associate Professor Of Clinical Pediatrics $240,000 N/A
Gregory P. Brandt Associate Professor Of Clinical Pediatrics $199,206 N/A
Dharmendra J. Nimavat Associate Professor Of Clinical Pediatrics $175,000 N/A
Magali Jean-Louis Associate Professor Of Clinical Pediatrics $175,000 N/A
Ginger L. Darling Associate Professor Of Clinical Pediatrics $155,000 N/A
Michelle Margaret Miner Associate Professor Of Clinical Pediatrics $129,561 N/A
Tracy P. Milbrandt Associate Professor Of Clinical Pediatrics $92,773 N/A
Craig Edward Batterman Associate Professor Of Clinical Pediatrics $71,467 N/A
Gregory Lee Bennett Associate Professor Of Clinical Pediatrics $49,587 N/A
Janet L. Patterson Associate Professor Of Clinical Pediatrics $18,460 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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