American Heart Association
The American Heart Association has named Emelia Benjamin, M.D., ScM, the recipient of the 2015 Paul Dudley White Award.
Click on the link below to see the video played at the American Heart Association 2015 Heart Ball
Massachusetts Medical Society
The Massachusetts Medical Society has named Robert Lowe, M.D., the recipient of the 2015 Grant Rodkey Award for Outstanding Contributions to Medical Education.
National Kidney Foundation
David Salant, M.D. was awarded the 2015 Donald W. Seldin Award
Society of General Internal Medicine
Richard Saitz, M.D. was the winner of the 2015 Best Published Research Paper of the Year Award
Massachusetts Life Sciences Center
Boston University’s Center for Regenerative Medicine (CReM) was awarded $1.74 million to help build a new lung regeneration facility.
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
David Center, M.D., Katya Ravid Ph.D., David Salant, M.D. were named Fellows of AAAS
Jose Cacicedo, Ph.D.- Assistant Professor in the Section of Endocrinology
Romy Christmann de Souza, M.D.- Assistant Professor in the Section of Rheumatology
Maureen Dubreuil, M.D.- Assistant Professor in the Section of Rheumatology
Jesse Gaeta, M.D.- Assistant Professor in the Section of General Internal Medicine
Amresh Hanchate, M.D.- Associate Professor in General Internal Medicine
Naomi Ko, M.D., M.P.H.- Assistant Professor in the Section of Hematology and Oncology
Mi Jeong Lee, Ph.D.- Assistant Professor in the Section of Endocrinology
Paola Massari, Ph.D.-Research Associate Professor in the Section of Infectious Diseases
Devin Mann, M.D.- Associate Professor in the Section of Preventive Medicine
Devyani Misra, M.D.- Assistant Professor in the Section of Clinical Epidemiology
Lee Quinton, Ph.D.- Associate Professor in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Marc Liesa Roig, Ph.D.- Assistant Professor in the Section of Endocrinology
Fredrick Ruberg, M.D.- Associate Professor in the Section of Cardiovascular Medicine
Sabrina Assoumou, M.D., MPH in the Section of Infectious Disease attended the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Seattle and was accepted into the NIDA sponsored Learning for Early Careers in Addiction and Diversity (LEAD) training program.
Stefano Monti, Ph.D. in the Section of Computational Biomedicine is part of a consortium of five labs/scientists at BU and Tufts that has received a three year, $5 million dollar grant from ART beCAUSE, a breast cancer foundation.
Updated July 2015