2013 Whitehead Medical Society Faculty Awards

Each year medical students honor faculty members and residents for excellence in teaching.

Clinical Science Teaching Awards

The Hyman L. Battle Distinguished Excellence in Teaching Award in the Clinical Sciences
This award was established in 1985 to recognize exceptional teaching in the clinical curriculum. Faculty were nominated and selected by the Class of 2011.

Ana C.G. Felix, M.D., MBBCh
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology


The Best Clinical Clerkship
The award was established in 1985 by the third-year class to recognize the clinical clerkship that has most significantly contributed to the education of third-year medical students.

 


The Outstanding AHEC Faculty Award

This award was established in 1992 to recognize AHEC faculty members who have contributed significantly to the education of medical students at the Area Health Education Centers.

 


The George T. Wolff Award
This award was established in 1999 to honor the dedication to quality community-based medical education demonstrated by George T. Wolff, M.D., former Director of the Family Practice Residency Program at Moses Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro. Faculty are nominated by third-year students and selected by the Whitehead Medical Society and the Department of Family Medicine.

 


The Kaiser-Permanente Excellence in Teaching Awards

 


 

Basic Science Teaching Awards

The Hyman L. Battle Distinguished Excellence in Teaching Award in the Basic Sciences

This award was established in 1985 to recognize exemplary teaching in the pre-clinical curriculum. Faculty are nominated and selected by second-year medical students.


The Sophomore Basic Science Teaching Award
This award, established by the sophomore class in 1985, recognizes a faculty member from the medical basic sciences curriculum who has enhanced the education of second-year medical students.

 

Gerald Hladik, M.D.
Doc J. Thurston Professor of Medicine
Training Program Director—Nephrology


The Sophomore Basic Science Course Award
Established by the sophomore class in 1985, this award recognizes a course in the second-year basic sciences that was effectively organized, skillfully taught, and contributed significantly to the education of second-year medical students.


The Freshman Basic Science Teaching Award

Established by the freshman class in 1985, this award recognizes a faculty member from the medical basic sciences curriculum who has contributed in an effective and devoted manner to the education of first-year medical students.


The Freshman Basic Science Course Award

The freshman class of 1985 established this prize to recognize a course in the first-year basic sciences curriculum that was effectively organized, skillfully taught, and contributed significantly to the education of first-year medical students.

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