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Kudos for Faculty Awards

There are several awards given yearly to faculty acknowledging their contributions to Yale School of Medicine, Yale Medicine, and beyond.

Francis Gillman Blake Award

The Francis Gillman Blake Award was established in 1952 by Nu Sigma Nu. Endowed by Dr. Robert C. Kirk, B.S. 1930, as a memorial to his twin brother, Dr. Gilman D. Kirk, B.S. 1930. Awarded annually to that member of the faculty of Yale School of Medicine designated by the senior class as the most outstanding teacher(s) of the medical sciences.

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Charles W. Bohmfalk Prizes

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The Charles W. Bohmfalk Prizes were established in 1989 under the terms of the Alice Bohmfalk Charitable Trust. Prestigious prizes are awarded annually to individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the teaching program, one in the basic sciences and one in the clinical sciences, as judged by the faculty and students.

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Alvan R. Feinstein Award

Alvan R. Feinstein Award is presented to a Yale School of Medicine faculty member chosen as outstanding teacher of the year of clinical skills by a committee of chairs of the clinical departments, associate chairs, and students.

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John N Forrest, Jr, MD Prize for Mentorship in Student Research

John N Forrest, Jr, MD Prize for Mentorship in Student Research: established in 2020 to recognize a faculty member who provided exceptional mentoring in student research. To be presented annually at Research Day.

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Leah M. Lowenstein Award

Leah M. Lowenstein Award is presented annually by the Office of Women in Medicine to faculty members who are models of a medical educator whose humane teaching reaches and influences all students regardless of gender, race, and socioeconomic background. These are the traits espoused by the late Leah Lowenstein, a medical educator and first female dean of a coeducational medical school.

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Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award

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The Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award, presented by the Arnold P. Gold Foundation, was established in 1998 by the Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey and the Arnold P. Gold Foundation. It is awarded to the graduating medical student and faculty member who demonstrate the highest standards of compassion and sensitivity in their interaction with patients.

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Physician Associate Program Outstanding Didactic Course Award

Physician Associate Program Outstanding Didactic Course Award is awarded for dedication and excellence in the classroom.

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Physician Associate Program Outstanding Preceptor Award

Physician Associate Program Outstanding Preceptor Award is awarded for dedication and excellence on rotations.

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