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ISP Handbook

ISP Awards

The SAMUEL B. HAMBURGER (S.B.H.) MEMORIAL THESIS AWARD is given to a graduating medical student for an outstanding ISP.  A certificate and an honorarium are given to the winner.  Graduating students and their ISP chairs receive a solicitation for nominations in the Winter quarter of the graduating year, and the deadline for submission is early April.  Nominated ISPs are reviewed by a selection committee.

The JOSEPH STOKES, III, M.D. AWARD was established to recognize a graduating medical student who initiated and designed an outstanding ISP in the areas of primary care, clinical epidemiology, and preventive medicine in the context of community health and health promotion.  The recipient will receive an award, along with $500.  Graduating students and their ISP chairs receive a solicitation for nominations in the Winter quarter of the graduating year, and the deadline for submission is early April.  Nominated ISPs are reviewed by a selection committee.

The BAIRD-DAVIDSON AWARD FOR THE ARTS IN MEDICINE honors the student or students whose ISP best integrates the arts with the study or advancement of medical sciences.  Criteria for the selection include the imaginative use of graphic, musical, or performing arts to advance the understanding or appreciation of medical practices or sciences.  Graduating seniors and their ISP chairs receive a solicitation for nominations in the Winter quarter of the graduating year, and the deadline for submission is early April.  Nominated ISPs will be evaluated by the Associate Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs and an appointed committee.

The THOMAS E. CAREW AWARD recognizes the student who has done outstanding research on cardiovascular disease (this may or may not have been an ISP) during his/her four years in medical school.  A certificate and monetary award are given to the winner.  All School of Medicine faculty receive a solicitation for nominations in the Winter quarter for the graduating year, and the deadline for submission is early April.  Nominated students' research is reviewed by a selection committee.

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