We are proud to announce the 2nd annual GIM Excellence Award winners! The recipients listed below were nominated by division members and received a certificate as well as a gift. The winners were announced at the annual GIM Wine + Cheese event on Wednesday, September 20, 2017. Congratulations to the award recipients!
Early Career Research Award
This award recognizes early career achievement. Criteria are scientific merit, innovation, clinical/medical impact, and quality of the research environment.
Clarissa Diamantidis, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine
Paul Lantos, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine
Practice Excellence Award
This award recognizes a GIM faculty member in a clinical setting, who has distinguished himself/herself and the profession by outstanding clinical performance.
Recipient: Anne Phelps, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine
Clinical Mentoring Award
This award recognizes excellence in clinical mentoring by a faculty member who demonstrates qualities of a trusted advisor and an influential supporter as demonstrated by the accomplishments of individual mentees.
Recipient: Daniella Zipkin, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine
Research Mentoring Award
This award recognizes excellence in research mentoring by a faculty member who demonstrates qualities of a trusted advisor and an influential supporter as demonstrated by the accomplishments of individual mentees.
Recipient: David Edelman, MD, Professor of Medicine
Educational Excellence Award
Eligible candidates are those who consistently deliver high standards of care and are looked upon as a role model by his or her peers. Additional consideration is given to: (a) impact on education of residents and students in our midst, (b) a track record of sharing his/her expertise with other health care professionals, and/or, (c) recognized contributions and volunteer service to national organizations.
Recipient: Megan Brooks, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine
Staff Excellence Award
This award recognizes exemplary service to the division. Eligible candidates must have been with the division for at least 1 year. Nominations were based on the following attributes: problem solving, creativity, leadership, team work and overall positive attitude.