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Honors and Awards 2018-2019 Annual Report

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL HONORS AND AWARDS

• Aronowitz, Paul; Bullock, Justin; Dellmore, Deborah; Fung, Cha-Chi; Hauer, Karen; Knight, Christopher; Lai, Cindy; Lockspeiser, Tai; O’Sullivan, Patricia. Best Annual Research Poster. Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine.

• Assemi Bennet, Mitra. Scholarly Collaborative Publication Award. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP).

• Brandman, Danielle. Emerging Liver Scholar Mentor. American Association for the Study of Liver Disease (AASLD).

• Braunstein, Steve. ARRO Teacher of the Year. Association of Residents in Radiation Oncology (ARRO).

• Brear, Sheila. Excellence in Outreach Award. American Dental Education Association.

• Brondfield, Samuel. Merit Award. Conquer Cancer Foundation.

• Brondfield, Samuel. Education Scholars Program. American Society of Clinical Oncology.

• Chou, Calvin. Healthcare Communication Teaching Excellence Award. Academy of Communication in Healthcare.

• Ehie, Odinakachukwu. American Society of Anesthesiology Mentor Award. American Society of Anesthesiology.

• Floren, Leslie. Research Paper Award for ‘Knowledge Construction in Interprofessional Trainee Teams’ talk. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE).

• Garg, Megha. Elected Fellow. American College of Physicians.

• Hauer, Karen. Best Poster Award. Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine/Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine.

• Kruidering, Marieke. Dean’s Recognition for Excellence in Teaching. UCSF School of Pharmacy.

• Laponis, Ryan. Fellow. Academy of Communication in Healthcare.

• Lin, Tiffany. Clinician Educator Award. American Society of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology.

• Lucey, Catherine. Elected Member. National Academy of Medicine.

• Mazotti, Lindsay. American College of Physicians Northern California Award for Teaching & Mentoring. American College of Physicians.

• McLeod, Stephen. Secretariat Award. American Academy of Ophthalmology.

• Wills, Charlotte. Residency Director of the Year. Emergency Medicine Residents’ Association.

• Xenoudi, Pinelopi. Charles Craig Teaching Award. Omicron Kappa Upsilon (OKU).

REGIONAL HONORS AND AWARDS

• Carley, Annette; Chen, Jyu-Lin. Excellence in Educational or Curricular Innovation. UCSF School of Nursing.

• Chen, Pei. Tideswell Emerging Leader in Aging Scholar. American Geriatrics Society, Association of Directors of Geriatric Academic Programs. Tideswell at UCSF.

• Fulton, Tracy. Deans Apple Awards. UCSF School of Pharmacy.

• Mengesha, Biftu. Pilot for Junior Investigators in Basic and Clinical/Translational Sciences for Experiences with Racism and Discrimination; Colleagues as Allies and Teachers (ERADiCATe). National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health (NCOEWH). UCSF Academic Senate Award.

• Tabas, Jeffrey. Highest Rated Improvement Initiatives. UCSF Health Improvement Symposium.

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE CONVOCATION AWARD WINNERS

Convocation teaching awards are selected by the graduating class of UCSF School of Medicine and presented on behalf of the Medical Alumni Association.

Teaching Excellence Award for Cherished Housestaff (TEACH)

The T.E.A.C.H. award is presented to five residents who have been outstanding teachers, mentors, and role models to medical students during their clinical years at UCSF.

• Dave Anderson, MD, Medicine

• Jocelyn Ko, MD, Medicine

• Lev Malevanchik, MD, Medicine

• Kapil Saxena, MD, Medicine

• Devin Zarkowsky, MD, Surgery

Excellence in Teaching Award for Clinical Faculty

• S. Andrew Josephson, MD, Neurology

• Jeff Kohlwes, MD, Medicine

• Farhan Lalani, MD, Medicine

• Gabriel Ortiz, MD, Medicine

Osler Distinguished Teacher Award

• Gurpreet Dhaliwal, MD, Medicine

BRIDGES CURRICULUM - FOUNDATIONS 1 AND 2 TEACHING AWARDS

These awards recognize excellence in medical student teaching during the Foundations 1 (F1) and Foundations 2 (F2) phases of the Bridges Curriculum. A selection committee comprised of first- and second-year medical students select the award recipients from a pool of instructors nominated by medical students in F1 and F2.

• Justin Bullock, MD, MPH, Medicine. Excellence in Small Group Instruction by Student Instructor

• Sarah Goglin, MD, Medicine. Outstanding Coach

• Katherine M. Hyland, PhD, Biochemistry and Biophysics. Outstanding Lecture Series

• Andrea V. Jackson, MD, MAS, Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences. Outstanding Lecture

• Kelly Knight, PhD, Anthropology, History and Social Medicine. Excellence in Innovative Teaching Modalities

• Josh Neff, MS. Excellence in Innovative Teaching Modalities

• Christopher R. Peabody, MD, MPH, Emergency Medicine. Outstanding Coach

• Binh An P. Phan, MD, Medicine. Commitment to Teaching

• Lynn Stasior, MD, Family and Community Medicine. Excellence in Small Group Instruction by Faculty Member

• Bradley A. Stohr, MD, PhD, Pathology. Excellence in Small Group Instruction by Faculty Member

• Bian Wu, MD, Surgery. Inspirational Teaching

HENRY J. KAISER AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING

Faculty members who teach medical students and/or residents are eligible for nomination, and only medical students and residents nominate. The Henry J. Kaiser Awards for Excellence in Teaching bestow significant academic distinction, as well as a modest monetary award.

• Sarah Goglin, MD, Medicine. Excellence in Teaching in Classroom Setting

• Robert Julian III, DDS, MD, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Excellence in Teaching in the Fresno Medical Education Program

• Edward Kim, MD, Surgery. Excellence in Teaching in Inpatient Care Setting

• Leslie Sheu, MD, Medicine. Excellence in Teaching in Ambulatory Care Setting

MAXINE PAPADAKIS AWARDS FOR FACULTY PROFESSIONALISM AND RESPECT

These awards are in honor of Dr. Papadakis, Professor Emerita who retired in 2016 as Associate Dean for Students at UCSF School of Medicine. They recognize faculty who are exemplars in treating students and all others in the clinical environment with professionalism, courtesy and respect.

• Nicolaus Glomb, MD, MPH, Emergency Medicine

• Andrew D. Leavitt, MD, Medicine and Laboratory Medicine

PATHWAYS TO DISCOVERY MENTOR OF THE YEAR AWARDS

This award honors the mentors’ commitment and dedication to nurture leaders, innovators, advocates and researchers at UCSF. Candidates are nominated by their mentees and the winner is selected by the Pathways to Inquiry Board of Directors.

• Sunita Ho, MS, PhD, School of Dentistry

VOLUNTEER CLINICAL PROFESSORS AWARDS

Charlotte Baer Memorial Award

This award is presented to a volunteer clinical professor of the School of Medicine in recognition of distinguished service.

• Ingrid T. Lim, MD, Emergency Medicine

Special Recognition Teaching Award Recipients

These awards are presented to volunteer clinical professors that have made significant contributions through excellence in teaching and in the field of medicine.

• Steven J. Holtz, MD, Neurology

• Amanda Schoenberg, MD, Pediatrics

• Lisa Sherman, MD, Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences

UCSF EXCELLENCE AND INNOVATION IN GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION AWARDS

Award recipients have demonstrated a commitment to advancing graduate medical education at UCSF through educational and clinical quality improvement, service excellence, and innovation.

Faculty Awards

• Katherine Julian, MD, Medicine

• Carter Lebares, MD, Surgery

• Mary McGrath, MD, MPH, Surgery

• Manny Pardo, MD, Anesthesia and Perioperative Care

• Kristie White, MD, Laboratory Medicine

GME Program Administration Awards

• Carol Piunti

• Sue Sheehan

• Andrea Siu

Resident and Fellow Awards

• Brian Block, MD, Medicine

• Courtney Green, MD, Surgery

• Michael Jung, MD, MBA, Anesthesia and Perioperative Care

• Amanda Wallace, MD

• Wenjia (JiaJia) Zhang, MD, Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences

ACADEMIC SENATE DISTINGUISHED FACULTY AWARDS

Distinction in Teaching Award

Recognizes exceptional faculty members who have shown distinction in teaching.

• Andrea K. Marmor, MD, MSEd, Pediatrics

• Pinelopi Xenoudi, DDS, MS, School of Dentistry

Distinction in Mentoring

Recognizes exceptional mentoring by faculty, to faculty—and faculty to clinical and/or postdoctoral fellows.

• Christine Ritchie, MD, MSPH, Medicine

• Alexander Smith, MD, MS, MPH, Medicine

VA FELLOWSHIP IN HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION EVALUATION AND RESEARCH

Provides two years of formal training and mentoring in education scholarship with a focus on projects within the San Francisco VA. The goal of the fellowship is to develop experts to advance healthcare education through practice, inquiry and improvement, with a special focus on program evaluation and education research.

• Emily Abdoler, MD, Medicine

THE HAILE T. DEBAS ACADEMY OF MEDICAL EDUCATORS

NEW MEMBERS

Inductees to the Academy demonstrate excellence in direct teaching of medical students, residents, fellows, and/or in faculty development for educators. New members also demonstrate outstanding accomplishment in one or more additional areas of medical education activity: mentoring and advising; curriculum development, instructional design and technology; educational leadership; and learner assessment.

• Manish Aghi, MD, PhD, Neurological Surgery, SOM

• Loren Alving, MD, Neurology, SOM

• Caitlin Hasser, MD, Psychiatry, SOM

• Sara Hughes, MBE, EdD, MA, BSc, Preventive and Restorative Dental Sciences, SOD

• Abner Korn, MD, Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences, SOM

• Kewchang Lee, MD, Psychiatry, SOM

• Jyothi Marbin, MD, Pediatrics, SOM

• Marta Margeta, MD, PhD, Pathology, SOM

• Lynnea Mills, MD, Medicine, SOM

• Sirisha Narayana, MD, Medicine, SOM

• Stephanie Rennke, MD, Medicine, SOM

• Demian Rose, MD, PhD, Psychiatry, SOM

• Sara Whetstone, MD, MHS, Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences, SOM

• Sharon Youmans, PharmD, MPH, Clinical Pharmacy, SOP

MATCHED ENDOWED CHAIR PROGRAM

Chairs have a five-year term limit and provide a limited discretionary income stream intended to support value added educational work. All chair holders are members of the Academy and serve as liaisons between the Academy and their academic departments.

• Tracy Fulton, PhD, Academy Chair for Excellence in Foundational Teaching

• Rebecca Jackson, MD, Robert B. Domush, MD, Chair in Obstetrics and Gynecology Education

• Anda Kuo, MD, Academy Chair in Pediatric Education

• Dana Rohde, PhD, Sexton Sutherland Endowed Chair in Human Anatomy

• Jason Satterfield, PhD, Academy Chair for Innovation in Teaching

• Nicole Schroeder, MD, Academy Chair in Orthopaedic Surgery

• Kristina Sullivan, MD, Sol Shnider Endowed Chair for Anesthesia and Perioperative Care Education

THE COOKE AWARD FOR THE SCHOLARSHIP OF TEACHING AND LEARNING

This award recognizes outstanding scholarly work presented at Education Showcase.

Enhancing Pediatric Trainees’ Skills in Providing Gender-Affirming Care for Transgender Adolescents Using Standardized Patient Encounters

• Sara Buckelew, MD, MPH

• Brian Dentoni-Lasofsky, MSN, MSW, PMHNP-BC

• Madeline Deutsch, MD, MPH

• Matthew Meyers, MD, MPH

• Elizabeth Ozer, PhD

• Stanley Vance, Jr., MD

EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARDS

These awards recognize and honor the front line faculty members who teach medical students and residents on a daily basis and who make UCSF an outstanding educational institution. Nominations are solicited and selected by the Academy’s Excellence in Teaching Awards Committee.

Anesthesia and Perioperative Care & Perioperative Care

• Vincent Lew, MD

Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology

• Shawn Douglas, PhD

Emergency Medicine

• Shruti Kant, MBBS

• Jillian Mongelluzzo, MD

• Dina Wallin, MD

Family and Community Medicine

• Jack Chase, MD

• Kirsten Day, MD

• Laura Hill-Sakurai, MD

• Juan Ruvalcaba, MD

• Manuel Tapia, MD, MPH

Medicine

• David Chia, MD, MSc

• Stephanie Christenson, MD

• Sneha Daya, MD

• Adeena Khan, MD

• Katie Raffel, MD

• Varun Saxena, MD

• Josue Zapata, MD, MBA

Neurology

• Frank Dustin, MD

• Megan Richie, MD

Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences

• Brian L. Morgan, MD

• Renee Perry, MD

Ophthalmology

• Neeti Parikh, MD

• Gerami Seitzman, MD

Orthopaedic Surgery

• Rosanna Wustrack, MD

Pathology

• Bradley Stohr, MD, PhD

Pediatrics

• Amy Beck, MD, MPH

• Sara Buckelew, MD

• Edward Cruz, MD, MPH

• Sabrina Fernandez, MD

• Mindy Ju, MD

• Geri Landman, MD

• Emily Roth, MD

Psychiatry

• Andrea Rosati, MD, PhD

• Emma Samelson-Jones, MD

• Tauheed Zaman, MD

• Leila Zwelling, LCSW

Radiology and Biomedical Imaging

• Travis Henry, MD

• Priyanka Jha, MD

• Ramya Srinivasan, MD

JACLYN WITTE BOYDEN STAFF AWARDS

Honors and recognizes exemplary service by School of Medicine staff in support of medical education.

• Sandi Borok, Curriculum Program Administrator, Department of Family and Community Medicine

• Dawnee Wong, House Staff Coordinator, Department of Medicine, ZSFG

AWARD FOR EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE IN MEDICAL EDUCATION

The award for Exceptional Service in Medical Education is a special recognition for Office of Medical Education (OME) staff in the School of Medicine.

• Victoria Ruddick, Faculty Development Manager, Center for Faculty Educators

TEACHING SCHOLARS PROGRAM (TSP)

TSP develops education leaders and scholars through an intensive, year-long seminar series, mentored projects, a network of education colleagues, and collaborative learning.

• Co-Directors: Patricia O’Sullivan, EdD and Bridget O’Brien, PhD

• Mentors: Christy Boscardin, PhD, Bridget O’Brien, PhD, Patricia O’Sullivan, EdD, and Arianne Teherani, PhD

Class of 2019 Scholarly Projects

• Alexandra Brown, MD, Neurology

Moving towards Competency-Based Medical Student Assessment on the Neurology Clerkship

• Lundy Campbell, MD, Anesthesia and Perioperative Care and Perioperative Care

Case-based Teaching of Cardiac Anesthesiology to Residents and Fellows in Uganda

• Jose Gurrola II, MD, Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery

Faculty Perceptions with Teaching Rigid Nasal Endoscopy

• Derek Harmon, PhD, Anatomy

The Efficacy of and Anatomy and Ultrasonography Workshop on Improving Residents’ Confidence in Regional Anesthesia and Perioperative Care

• Cathy Lomen-Hoerth, MD, PhD, Neurology

ARCH Weeks

• Stephanie Hsia, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacy

Pharmacy Students Readiness for Experiential Learning

• Elizabeth Imbert, MD, MPH, Medicine

Hospitalists Implementation of Relationship-Centered Communication: The Development of Curriculum for Early Learners

• Biftu Mengesha, MD, MAS, Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences

Racial Bias in Ob/Gyn GME Milestones

• Amanda Peacock, RN, DNP, NP, Community Health Systems

Needs Assessment for the Technology in Online Learning in SON

• Miranda Surjadi, RN, MS, ANP, Community Health Systems

Needs Assessment for the Technology in Online Learning in SON

• Manuel Tapia, MD, MPH, Family and Community Medicine

Mentoring Impact in UME Program

• Paul Toogood, MD, Orthopaedic Surgery, ZSFG

Comparison of Engagement between Didactic Lecture and Case-based Learning in an Orthopedic Anatomy Curriculum

• Susan Wlodarczyk, MD, Medicine-Hospitalists

Student and Faculty Perceptions of the Impact of a QEQ-based Program of Assessment

• Tali Ziv, MD, Medicine-Kaiser Oakland

The Impact of Assessing Student Advocacy on Behalf of Patients in UCSF Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships

TEACH FOR UCSF CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

The program creates defined educational paths based on specific sets of free workshops plus individual assessments during each workshop. Individuals develop focused teaching skills in any of six tracks. It is open to faculty, residents, fellows and volunteer faculty at UCSF and at affiliated institutions.

Teach for UCSF Certificate in General Teaching

Completed 35-39 hours of instruction with skills assessments

• Stephanie Hsia, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacy

• Andrea Kuster, MSN, RN, FNP, Family Healthcare Nursing

• Kirk Pappas, MD, Family and Community Medicine

• Emma Samelson-Jones, MD, Psychiatry

• Jessica Tashjian, MD, Anesthesia and Perioperative Care and Perioperative Care

• Panagiotis Theofilas, PhD, Neurology

Teach for UCSF Certificate in Clinical Teaching

Completed 20 hours of instruction with skills assessments

• Jeremy Doughan, PsyD, Psychiatry

• Julie Kiser, MD, Santa Rosa Health Center

• Philip Kong, PharmD, Hospital Pharmacy

• Michael Le, DDS, PhD, Preventive and Restorative Dental Science

• Melissa Marshall, MD, Communicare Health Center

• Mary McQuilkin, MPH, MSN, BSN, Community Health Systems

• Mary Meux, MD, Communicare Health Center

• Julia Nguyen, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacy

• Jennifer Nolt, MSN, UCSF Fresno

• Kirk Pappas, MD, Family and Community Medicine

• Daniel Raybin, MD, Medicine

• Robyn Richard, PharmD, BC-ADM, CDE, Clinical Pharmacy

• Frances Southwick, DO, Communicare Health Center

• Wendy Wheaton, MD, Pediatrics

Teach for UCSF Certificate in Simulation Teaching

Completed 23 hours of instruction with skills assessments

• Peterson Pierre, RN, MS, School of Nursing

Teach for UCSF Mini-Certificate in Simulation Teaching

Completed 7 hours of instruction with skills assessments

• Sarah Blissett, MD, Medicine

• Lindsay Braun, MD, Pediatrics

• Mauro Caffarelli, MD, Neurology

• Winnie Chan, MD, MS, Emergency Medicine

• Robin Corelli, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacy

• Camila Cribb Fabersunne, MD, MPH, Pediatrics

• Alex Dummett, MD, Medicine

• April Edwell, MD, Pediatrics

• Archna Eniasivam, MD, Medicine

• Vera Goldberg, MD, Pediatrics

• Nina Helmer, MD, Psychiatry

• Hussam Inany, MD, Pediatrics

• Aron Liaw, MD, Urology

• Sarah Nathan, MSN, RN, FNP, Family Healthcare Nursing

• Nnenna Okoye, MD, Medicine

• Kirk Pappas, MD, Family and Community Medicine

• Jonathan Pham, DO, MPH, UCSF Fresno

• Puja Sarna, RN, NP, MA, School of Nursing

• Gina Stassinos, PharmD, Hospital Pharmacy

• Elizabeth Staub, PharmD, School of Pharmacy

• Akshai Subramanian, MD, Medicine

• Cynthia Valle-Oseguera, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacy

• Adam Visher, MSN, School of Nursing

• Dexter Wimer, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacy

• Elliot Wollner, MBBS, Anesthesia and Perioperative Care and Perioperative Care

• Garrett Yee, MD, Kaiser Permanente

Teach for UCSF Certificate in Education Leadership

Completed 25 hours of instruction with skills assessments

• Aron Liaw, MD, Urology

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