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National Golden Apple Award For Teaching Excellence

National Golden Apple Award For Teaching Excellence

Since 1996, the National Golden Apple Award for Teaching Excellence has highlighted a medical school professor that deserve international notoriety due to their improvements or advancements in medical education.

Eligibility Requirements

  • A medical professor who has contributed to improvements or advancements in medical education.

Nomination & Selection Process

  • Nominations close on January 27, 2024.
  • The selection committee for the National award will be comprised of the AMSA National President, AMSA Vice-President of Leadership Development, AMSA Fellow and AMSA Staff.

Presentation & Award

  • Award will be presented at Future Physicians for Change 2024.
  • Award recipient will receive one complimentary registration to Future Physicians for Change 2024.
  • Award recipient will be highlighted in The New Physician (TNP) as well as on AMSA’s website and social media pages.

Questions? Contact us at events@amsa.org.

2023

 

2022
Kevin Moynahan, MD, FACP
Professor of Medicine
University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson

2021
Michael J Devlin, MD
Professor of Psychiatry
Columbia University Medical Center

2020
Gary LeRoy, MD
Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Admissions / Associate Professor of Family Medicine
Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine

2019
Emily Marko, MD, FACOG, CHSE
Medical Director of Inova Center for Advanced Medical Simulation / Associate Professor of OBGYN
Virginia Commonwealth University and University of Virginia Schools of Medicine

2018
John Giannini, MD
Associate Professor of Internal Medicine / Faculty Director of Simulation Center
Alabama College of Ostepathic Medicine

2017
Mark Ryan, MD
Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Population Health & Medical Director, i²crp Program
Virginia Commonwealth University

2016
Raghav Govindarajan, MD
University of Missouri School of Medicine

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