Asher Tulsky, MD, Named Distinguished Faculty of the Month for April

The Faculty Affairs Office is pleased to announce that Associate Professor of Medicine Asher Tulsky, MD, has been named April’s Distinguished Faculty of the Month. 

He joined our community in December 2015. Currently, he serves as associate chief for education in the Section of General Internal Medicine in the Department of Medicine. He is also director of resident development in the internal medicine residency program at Boston Medical Center where he established and runs the professional development coaching program and directs the remediation program for residents in need. In addition, he has served on numerous school committee, including the Medical Education Committee, Student Evaluations and Promotions Committee, BU Medical Group’s Communications, Faculty Development and Wellness committees.

His nominators said, “These positions reflect his dedication to continuous improvement of the medical education system and student welfare.

“Dr. Tulsky is an outstanding educator with a deep and thoughtful commitment to meeting learners where they are, recognizing their needs and supporting them to achieve their best. He always looks for opportunities to give feedback constructively to encourage personal and professional growth. He focuses on learners facing challenges, looking for ways to engage and encourage them.

“He has provided invaluable guidance and support to numerous students, fostering their academic and professional growth.

Dr. Tulsky is “a tireless advocate for promoting clinician educators.”


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