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Volume 5, Number 16Space holderApril 20, 2001

MEDEX graduate recognized

Lois Thetford, a 1980 graduate of the MEDEX Northwest Physician Assistant Training Program, was selected for a 2001 Jefferson Award from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. The award, given to five people this year, recognizes individuals for public service to their local communities. In 1970, Thetford helped found the Fremont Women's Clinic. In 1985, she co-founded the 45th Street Community Clinic, where she continues to work as a physician assistant.

WWAMI-Wyoming graduates first class

The first class of WWAMI-Wyoming medical students will graduate this June. (Full Story)

WWAMI faculty survey analysis now on-line

Last spring, the School of Medicine surveyed remote faculty members concerning their opinions of WWAMI and the School of Medicine. (Full Story)

Olson honored for his support of students

The UW medical school's graduating class of 2001 has selected Daniel Olson of the Office of Multicultural Affairs to receive the Margaret S. Anderson Award. (Full Story)

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