School of Medicine Teaching Awards
year there are two recipients of the School
of Medicine's Leonard Berwick Memorial Teaching Award: Dr. Clifford
Deutschman, professor of anesthesia and surgery, and Dr.
Robert B. Wilson, associate professor of pathology
and laboratory medicine.
are three recipients this year of The Dean's Award
for Excellence in Clinical Teaching at an Affiliated Hospital: Dr.
Jody J. Foster, chair of the psychiatry department
at Pennsylvania Hospital and a clinical assistant professor
of psychiatry, Dr. Laure L. Veet, assistant professor
of medicine at the Philadelphia VA Medical Center, and Dr.
John M. Flynn, assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery
Donald F. Schwarz, associate professor of pediatrics
in the clinical educator track, with a secondary
appointment in Nursing, The Robert Dunning Dripps Memorial
Award for Excellence in Graduate Medical Education.
Patricia A. Labosky, assistant professor of cell
and developmental biology, is the recipient of The Dean's
Award for Excellence in Basic Science Teaching.
Margaret Rukstalis, assistant professor of psychiatry
at the VA Medical Center, and the director of the University's
Department of Psychiatry Resident Outpatient Substance
Use Disorder Clinic, received The Scott Mackler
Award for Excellence in Substance Abuse Teaching.
Medne, a board certified genetic counselor in human
genetics & molecular biology and neurology at CHOP,
received The Dean's Award for Excellence in Medical Student
Teaching by an Allied Health Professional.
Tami D. Benton, assistant professor of psychiatry,
is the recipient of the Blockley-Osler Award.
Helen Davies, professor of microbiology, has received
the MSG Teaching Award for Basic Science. This is the
14th time she has won this award. Dr. Davies received
a Lindback Award in 1977.
Steven L. Galetta, Van Meter Professor of Neurology,
is this year's recipient of the MSG Teaching award
for Clinical Medical Teaching. This is the second time
Dr. Galetta has won this award.
Dean's Award for Excellence
in Graduate Student Training was established in 1992-93
to recognize excellence in graduate education.
This year the award is presented
to two members of the Biomedical Graduate Studies Faculty: Dr.
Carol Deutsch, professor of physiology and Dr.
Michael Nusbaum, professor of neuroscience.