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June 2004 Issue

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Residents Win Humanism Award

Published June 2004

Six College of Medicine residents have won Arnold P. Gold Foundation Awards for Humanism and Excellence in Teaching.

This year's winners are Brian Fortuna, radiology; Robert Cavagnol, surgery; Rob Neel, neurology; Grady Alsabrook, surgery; Reed Vandeusen, med/peds and Alphonso Nichols, psychiatry.

Winners are nominated by third-year 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, July 1, at the Kingsgate Conference Center.

The not-for-profit Gold Foundation is dedicated to keeping caring in health care and fostering humanism in medicine through innovative medical education and teaching hospital programs.

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