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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Victoria Weston, MD, named president of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine Resident and Student Association

Victoria Weston, MD, a resident in emergency medicine, was named president of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine Resident and Student Association.

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26th Annual Department of Medicine Resident Research Day

The first place winner in basic science was Michael Donnan, MD, for his research on the “Role of Epithelial Membrane Protein-2 (EMP2) in Nephrotic Syndrome.” Second place in basic science was awarded to Ryan Nelson, MD, for his research on “Cardiac Glycosides Inhibit Influenza A Replication.”
In clinical science, Shishir Sharma, MD, won first place for his research on the “Association of Serum Leptin with Future Left Ventricular Structure and Function: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA).” Carlos Almanza, MD, was the clinical science runner up for his research on the “Predictors of Unsuccessful Endoscopic Mucosal Resection (EMR) of Complex Colon Polyps (CCP): Results from a Large Multicenter US study.”

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Michael Wanding received an NIH/NIGMS F32 award

Michael Wanding, MD, a resident in surgery, received an NIH/NIGMS F32 award for “The Impact of Public Reporting on Clinical Outcomes and Quality Improvement.”

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Molly Wasserman receives American Medical Association Foundation award

Molly Wasserman, MD, a resident in surgery, received an American Medical Association Foundation award for “Synthetically Engineered Targeted Gold Nanoparticles for the Prevention of Restenosis Following Vascular Interventions.”

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Amy Lo and Pawel Mro win 2015 Goldberg Family Charitable Trust Award

Amy Lo, MD, ’14 GME, fellow, and Pawel Mro, MD, PhD, former resident, both from the Department of Pathology, won the 2015 Goldberg Family Charitable Trust Award. Each will receive $500 to use toward travel expenses to support the presentation of their research.

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