Student Awards

Feinberg students, residents and fellows are doing some extraordinary things in the clinical spaces, research labs and out in the community. Here we share internal and external recognition they have received.
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Soojeong Cho, PhD, Awarded SIR Pilot Research Grant

The Society of Interventional Radiology Foundation has awarded Soojeong Cho, PhD with the Pilot Research Grant. The Pilot Research Grant will provide her with funding for her research project: “Tumor Associated Macrophage (TAM) – Targeted Radiosensitizers for 90Y Radioembolization”. Cho is a post-doctoral fellow to Dong-Hyun Kim, PhD, assistant professor of Radiology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.

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Shuang Zhang, DGP student, receives Presidential Fellowship

Shuang Zhang, Driskill Graduate in the Life Sciences, a student in Dr. Edward Thorp’s Lab, received a Presidential Fellowship. The Presidential Fellowship is the most prestigious fellowship awarded to graduate students at Northwestern. It is funded by the President of the University and awarded by The Graduate School. Zhang was inducted into the Society of Fellows in April.

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Kristine Paik, MD, receives the American Academy of Pediatrics Resident Research Award

Resident Kristine Paik, MD received the American Academy of Pediatrics Resident Research Award(AAP) for her study “Incidence, independent predictors, and outcomes of unplanned, postoperative intubation in the pediatric patient” at the Society for Pediatric Anesthesia (SPA) 2016 meeting.

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Richard Matulewicz, MD, MS, recieves AAMC Clinical Care Innovation Pilot Award

Urology Resident, Richard Matulewicz, MD, MS, received the AAMC Clinical Care Innovation Pilot Award with co-author faculty member, Joshua Meeks, MD, PhD for “The Hematuria Initiative: A Step Towards a ‘Learning Health System.” The Clinical Care Innovation (CCI) Awards recognize and support the efforts of teaching hospitals and academic medical centers in advancing care delivery and improving quality through the integration of education and research.

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Residents Kory Gebhardt, MD, Carrie Pinchbeck, MD, Logan Weygandt, MD, MPH, and faculty advisor, Dave Lu, MD, MBE received the ALiEM Chief Residency Incubator Emergency Medicine Residency Wellness Grant underwritten by EBSCO Health/DynaMed Plus for a pilot study to formally measure burnout and other validated markers of wellness among the EM residents.

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