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2015 Medical Education Recognition Dinner
Faculty, staff and supporters of medical education at the University of Cincinnati were honored April 29, 2015, at the Phoenix at the College of Medicine's annual Medical Education Recognition Dinner.

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From left to right: Jamie Reynolds, assistant director graduate programs, Julie McCullough, senior academic advisor, Krista Maddox, assistant dean for student affairs and Deborah Gray, assistant director undergraduate programs with the College of Nursing.

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Keith Saum won second place in the basic science category for the Trainees’ Research Grand Rounds Poster Session as part of the 6th Annual Department of Internal Medicine Research Symposium. Gregory Rouan, MD, is also shown.
Lesly Maytee Samayoa Solares, holds six-month-old Julian as Stephanie Dunlap, DO, greets the toddler.
Andrew Furthmiller shown on the steps of CARE/Crawley Building during Orientation Week for the Class of 2020.
Codie-Anne Crew shown with CARE Crawley Building in the background.
Daniel Burr, PhD, pictured in CARE/Crawley Building on the UC Medical Campus.
First-year medical student Pablo Alarcon greeted by College of Medicine Dean William Ball, MD.
Fourth-year medical student Emily Hautman is congratulated by her parents after Friday's Match Day celebration in the College of Medicine.
Lynsay Strahorn is shown in front of CARE/Crawley Building during Orientation Week for the Class of 2020.
Paul Wojciechowski, MD, Tamara Campbell, MD, associate chief of staff, education, at Cincinnati VA Medical Center, and Amy Bunger, PhD, discuss resident assessments in the UC College of Medicine.
Richa Patel, MD, received honorable mention for her presentation during the 6th Annual Internal Medicine Research symposium. She is shown with Gregory Rouan, MD.
Adam Cole, MD, is a recipient of this year's Graduate Medical Trainee Award of Excellence.
Amy Bunger, PhD, and Paul Wojciechowski, MD, monitor BRACK evaluations in the College of Medicine's Simulation Center.


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