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Faculty Professionalism Award


The Faculty Professionalism Award was established in 2007, and is an annual award which honors a full-time faculty member who has served as a role model for professionalism as defined in the School of Medicine Rules:

“Under the umbrella of professionalism lies an extended set of responsibilities that includes: civil and courteous behavior; respect for teachers, students, supporting staff and colleagues; service to the community; dedication to lifelong learning; and, for clinicians, empathy, altruism, compassion and other attitudes and behaviors which represent the core traditions of the profession of medicine.”

​                                                          2013 Award Recipient
​Harley Rotbart, MD, Professor, Department of Pediatrics
  
​                                                                 2013 Nominees
Vaughn Brown, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
David Nowels, PhD, MPH, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine
Lee Shockley, MDProfessor, Department of Emergency Medicine
 
   
​                                                             Previous Award Recipients
​2012 - Michael Carry, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Cell & Developmental Biology
2012 - ​Frederick Grover, MD, Professor, Department of Surgery
2011 - Robin Michaels, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Cell & Developmental Biology​
2010 - Steven Lowenstein, MD, MPH, Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine​
2009 - Benjamin Honigman, MD, Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
2008 - Suzanne Brandenburg, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Medicine
2007 - Joseph Cleveland, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Surgery