Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education announces 2017 Distinguished Educator awards
Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education announced recipients of its 2017 Distinguished Educator awards.
Richard Berger, M.D., Ph.D. (HAND ’90), Departments of Orthopedic Surgery and Anatomy; professor of orthopedics; medical director, Mayo Clinic Online Learning
Annie Sadosty, M.D. (EM ’99), Department of Emergency Medicine; chair, Department of Emergency Medicine, Mayo Clinic Midwest; regional vice president, Mayo Clinic Health System, Southeast Minnesota; professor of emergency medicine
Mark Warner, M.D. (ANES ’80, ANES ’82), Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine; Annenberg Professor of Anesthesiology
Joseph Charles, M.D. (HIM ’97), Division of Hospital Internal Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine; assistant professor of medicine
David Thiel, M.D. (U ’06), chair, Department of Urology; professor of urology
The Distinguished Educator Award recognizes senior Mayo Clinic faculty who have demonstrated long-term excellence, leadership and an unusually high level of commitment to learners in educational activities.
Award recipients are recognized for their ability to challenge and inspire their students and colleagues. Distinguished Educator Award recipients are nominated by their peers; however, consistent recognition by students for outstanding teaching is also a critical factor in the selection process. Nominees are reviewed by a selection committee of Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science.