Zolotor receives James W. Woods Junior Faculty Award

Adam Zolotor, MD, MPH, an assistant professor in the department of family medicine in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, has received the school’s prestigious James W. Woods Junior Faculty Award.

Zolotor receives James W. Woods Junior Faculty Award click to enlarge Adam Zolotor, MD, MPH

The award supports promising young members of the medical school’s clinical faculty early in their academic career.  Zolotor will receive $3,000 to use at his discretion in support of his research and scholarly activities.

Zolotor has a great deal of experience in research and clinical evaluation of child abuse and medical neglect.  His research has focused on causes and consequences of abuse and neglect, and he has a particular interest in prevention programs.  Two main focuses of his research at present are the evaluation of a statewide shaken baby prevention program and the development of a new high tech prevention program for adolescent parents.

The Woods Award was established through the generosity of the late James Watson Woods, M.D., a cardiologist and professor in the School of Medicine from 1953 to 1983.

 

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