Online News Service




Vol. 3, No. 33
Friday, Aug. 20, 1999


Archive Contact us Search

Wrangell, Alaska, selected as newest site for family medicine clerkship

The Department of Family Medicine has selected Wrangell, Alaska, as the newest site for the third-year family medicine clerkship. The first student will be assigned in the summer of 2000 for the six-week clerkship.
(Full story)

Chan receives young academician award

Leighton Chan, assistant professor of rehabilitation medicine, is the recipient of the 1999 Association of Academic Physiatrists Young Academician Award, which honors an academic physiatrist who has demonstrated outstanding performance in teaching, research or administration.
(Full story)

Berryman named acting chair of medical history and ethics

Jack Berryman, professor of medical history and ethics, will serve as acting chair of his department, effective Aug. 24.
(Full story)

Sections
CLINICAL NEWS
REGIONAL NEWS
STUDENTS
RESEARCH
EDUCATION
TEACHING
AWARDS
DEAN'S MESSAGES
BOOKSHELF

Briefly


Teachers awarded

The first- and second-year classes of the UW School of Medicine have selected their teachers of the year.

The first-year students named Kathleen A. "Kate" Mulligan, a lecturer in the Department of Biological Structure, to receive the 1999 Richard J. Blandau Outstanding Teacher Award. Mulligan teaches gross anatomy and neuroanatomy.

The second-year students chose Erika Goldstein, an associate professor of medicine in the Division of General Internal Medicine, for the 1999 George N. Aagaard Outstanding Teacher Award. Goldstein co-chairs the Introduction to Clinical Medicine series.


©1998-1999, University of Washington School of Medicine.
All rights reserved.