Apr 28, 2014Four BWHers Receive Faculty Career Development Awards
Four BWHers received 2014 Faculty Career Development Awards from BWH’s Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (CFDD). The recipients are Monik Jimenez, ScD, SM, associate epidemiologist in the Division of Preventive Medicine, Department of Medicine; Jessica Lasky-Su, ScD, an associate statistician in the Department of Medicine; Margaret McLaughlin Drubin, PhD, an associate virologist in the Department of Medicine; and Jennifer Shin, MD, SM, a physician in the Division of Otolaryngology. This award is given to recipients who signify a strong vote of confidence by BWH leadership in recognition of the importance of supporting junior faculty.
The award is funded by the President’s Office and the Biomedical Research Institute. The award funding provides the opportunity to enhance productivity and growth during the early critical years of an academic career. It is designed with emphasis on assisting women faculty who belong to a racial or ethnic population that is underrepresented in medicine and science or faculty that are the primary caregiver in their families.
The recipients will be recognized and presented with their awards at the New Faculty Welcome Lunch and Awards Ceremony on July 11. The award will fund protected time and the technical equipment to study the impact of guidelines-based practice on disease frequency, severity, duration and quality of life, and establish the infrastructure to measure outcomes before and after intervention
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