Department of Surgery Faculty Recieve Collaborator of the Year Awards


November 1st, 2013

Donald Hess, MD : Collaborator of the Year Award: Clinical Collaborator for his work with members of the Department of Medicine in studying the physiology and biochemistry of obesity and weight loss. Generous and insightful collaboration of Dr. Hess with members of the Evans Center Affinity Research Collaborative (ARC) on METABOLIC DISEASES AND INSULIN RESISTANCE: STUDIES IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING BARIATRIC SURGERY has contributed to advancing cutting edge translational research.

Karl Karlson, MD: Collaborator of the Year Award: Clinical Collaborator for his co-leadership of the Evans Center Affinity Research Collaborative ARC on NANOTHERANOSTIC PLATFORMS FOR CANCER AND VASCULAR DISEASE, for most valuable insights on animal surgery in the context of drug delivery to the cardiovascular system, and for leading by example much sought after collaborations among basic and clinical researchers.

About the Award

The Department of Medicine Evans Center Collaborator of the Year Award: Clinical Collaborator is given yearly to investigators affiliated with Boston University (BU) or outside of BU, who have contributed to the research mission of the Evans Center for Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research (ECIBR) by creating and/or significantly enhancing webs of interdisciplinary collaborations within the Evans Center and BU.