Six Residents Win Gold Foundation Teaching Awards
Published May 2010
Six College of Medicine residents have won Arnold P. Gold Foundation Awards for Humanism and Excellence in Teaching.
This year’s winners are Ben Dehner, urology; Jocelyn Logan-Collins, surgery; Keith Luckett, internal medicine; Colin Martin, surgery; Tarita Pakrashi, obstetrics and gynecology; and Dan Robert-Shaw, urology.
Winners are selected by third- and fourth-year medical students for their demonstrated commitment to teaching and compassionate treatment of patients, families, students and colleagues. They will receive a certificate, a gold lapel pin and a check for $250 from the Gold Foundation at the Student Clinician Ceremony, June 29, at the Kingsgate Marriott Conference Hotel.