DSTA awards

Students honor medical faculty, residents

To show their appreciation for exemplary service in medical education, School of Medicine students presented the school’s faculty and house staff with the Distinguished Service Teaching Awards for the 2014-15 academic year. The honors are initiated by students and implemented with support from the Office of Medical Student Education.

Medical students honor faculty, house staff

As a show of their appreciation for exemplary service in medical education, Washington University School of Medicine students recently presented the school’s faculty and house staff with the annual Distinguished Service Teaching Awards. The awards were for the 2013-14 school year.

Medical school instructors, house staff lauded

To show appreciation for exemplary service in medical education, School of Medicine students recently presented faculty and house staff with the annual Distinguished Service Teaching Awards. Shown are Nigar Kirmani, MD, (right) and other awardees enjoying the ceremony.

Ross receives Humanism in Medicine nomination

Will Ross, MD, professor of medicine and associate dean for diversity, gets congratulations for receiving the Humanism in Medicine nomination from (from left) Elaine Khoong, Ryan Anderson and David Levine at the Distinguished Service Teaching Awards Oct. 28 at the Eric P. Newman Education Center. Ross was named the School of Medicine’s nominee for the national Humanism in Medicine award presented annually by the Association of American Medical Colleges.