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,
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.