Each year, Washington University School of Medicine faculty members have the opportunity to nominate their peers for Distinguished Faculty Awards. These awards recognize their colleagues’ wide ranging achievements, talents, and dedication in clinical care community service, research, and teaching. Two faculty members in Laboratory and Genomic Medicine received awards in a ceremony on February 28 at the Eric P. Newman Education Center on the Medical Campus.
Carey-Ann D. Burnham, PhD, Associate Professor, received a Distinguished Educator award for Graduate Medical Education/Residents or Clinical Fellows and Gautam Dantas, PhD, Associate Professor, received a Distinguished Educator award for Graduate Student Teaching or Mentoring. Congratulations to both!