Medical school faculty honored for dedication, talent, achievements
From the WashU School of Medicine Newsroom…
Each year, Washington University School of Medicine faculty members nominate their peers for Distinguished Faculty Awards, to recognize their colleagues’ wide-ranging achievements, talents and dedication.
The recipients, recognized for excellence in clinical care, community service, research and teaching, received the awards in a ceremony Feb. 28 at the Eric P. Newman Education Center on the Medical Campus.
This year’s winners of the Samuel R. Goldstein Leadership Awards in Medical Student Education also were honored at the event. The Goldstein awards recognize outstanding teaching and commitment to medical education. Recipients were selected by a committee of faculty members.
This year’s Distinguished Faculty and Goldstein award recipients are:
Postdoctoral Research Mentoring
- Mark S. Sands, PhD, professor of medicine and of genetics
- Andreas H. Burkhalter, PhD, professor of neuroscience
- Susan K. Dutcher, PhD, professor of genetics and of cell biology and physiology
- Christopher J. Lingle, PhD, professor of anesthesiology and of neurobiology
- Andrew S. Yoo, PhD, assistant professor of developmental biology