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Congratulations to Dr. Christina Lam

By Elizabeth Rachel RaeJune 2nd, 2017

Dr. Christina Lam

Dear Colleagues:

I am delighted to share the news that Dr. Christina Lam was recently selected for the Boston University Medical Campus Women’s Leadership Program (WLP).  The WLP is a highly competitive longitudinal program for women faculty at Boston University School of Medicine that uses self-assessment and reflection, experiential learning, and peer and senior mentorship to provide faculty with the tools necessary to navigate a successful career in academic medicine, and to foster leadership skills that enable participants to positively affect change from where they stand.

Please join me on congratulating Dr. Lam for being selected for this outstanding honor.

Regards,

Rhoda

Online Dermatology Visits Available Now!

By Cindy K Yee-LinOctober 19th, 2016

Immediate Dermatology Visits Now Available Online Through Boston University Department of Dermatology

The dermatology experts at Boston University are now offering a brand new service where patients can access care for dermatology issues at any time and from anywhere. Patients can receive a diagnosis and treatment for almost any skin condition generally within 24 hours. Patients no longer have to miss work and school or wait months to see their dermatologist. Seeing your dermatologist has never been easier!

Find us online at https://www.bmc.org/dermatology/immediate-dermatology-appointment-online or in the Apple or Android App stores under “BU Dermatology at BMC”.

Please click here for the press release.

Congratulations Dr. Larson

By Sharday M NormanJune 1st, 2016

Larson Award 1

Dear Colleagues,

It is my great pleasure to announce that Dr. Allison Larson has been selected as the recipient of the 2016 Boston University Educator of the Year Award for the Pre-clinical Program.

This award was established in 1999 to recognize, honor and reward BUSM faculty who give special effort to ensure the best education for BUSM students.  Nominations originate from BUSM/GME students and are affirmed by their faculty peers and based on overall ability to educate students, main student interest in material, interact with students, availability to students, interest and concern for students preparedness and clarify of presentations.

I wholeheartedly agree that Dr. Larson fits these criteria and am thrilled that her efforts at providing outstanding teaching to the BUSM students is being recognized in such a meaningful way.

Please join me in congratulating Dr. Allison Larson on this wonderful accomplishment!

Best regards,

Rhoda

Congratulations Dr. Allison Larson

By Sharday M NormanMay 4th, 2016in News

Dr. Allison R. Larson

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Department of Dermatology is delighted to announce that one of our faculty members, Dr. Allison Larson, has recently been promoted to the position of Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs at Boston University School of Medicine. This is wonderful acknowledgement of Dr. Larson’s outstanding contributions to the teaching of medical students at our institution and her superb leadership skills. In addition, Dr. Larson was also the recipient of this year’s Pre-Clinical Educator of the Year Award from Boston University School of Medicine, which is an award given by medical students in their pre-clinical years to recognize outstanding teaching by a BUSM faculty member.  It is wonderful to see this additional recognition of Dr. Larson as an educator and leader and for the Department of Dermatology to support such outstanding teaching for our students. Congratulations to Dr. Larson on this wonderful new appointment and her outstanding commitment to our institution and students!