First, Eric Warm, MD, learned from educators at the University of Cincinnati. Now—and for over 15 years—he’s been serving as one, teaching students and residents at the UC College of Medicine to be competent, outstanding physicians.
His work has recently been recognized by the university, which presented him with the 2013 Mrs. A.B. "Dolly” Cohen Award for Excellence in Teaching. Warm was honored at the All-University Faculty Awards celebration April 17, 2013.
Warm, a 1989 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of UC and a 1993 Alpha Omega Alpha Graduate of the College of Medicine, has a true passion for teaching and is using innovative approaches to ensure that medical trainees are engaged and that educational programs at UC are ahead of the curve.
He was recently named Richard W. and Sue P. Vilter Chair in Internal Medicine for his teaching expertise and leadership abilities.
Warm has consistently been recognized—by national medical organizations, UC leadership and his own students—for his teaching programs and style, including being honored with the Silver Apple Teaching Award in 2009 and a Society of General Internal Medicine Clinical Practice Innovation Award in 2010.
He is also a consummate physician and was named a "Top Doctor” in Cincinnati Magazine for 2012 and 2013.
Additionally, Warm brought UC the distinction of being one of only 21 training programs in the nation included in the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education Educational Innovations Project, transforming the way students and residents are educated.
His talents are noticed and appreciated by the UC community. As Gregory Rouan, MD, A. Gordon & Helen Hughes Taylor Chair of Internal Medicine, said, "The University of Cincinnati is fortunate to have individuals like Eric who are passionately committed to education.”