Women in Cardiology Mentoring Award

Updated:Mar 12,2015
Sponsored by the Council on Clinical Cardiology

Award Deadline: April 22, 2015 through June 10, 2015

The Women in Cardiology Mentoring Award recognizes individuals who have an outstanding record of effectively mentoring women cardiologists and underscores the importance of mentoring in the professional development of women.  The honoree will be acknowledged at the annual Council Dinner at Scientific Sessions in November.

Award Information (click the sections below for more information)

Past:
1999    Nanette K. Wenger, MD
2000    Michael H. Crawford, MD
2001    Kathryn A. Taubert, PhD
2002    Kiran B. Sagar, MD
2003    Sanjiv Kaul, MD
             Roberta Williams, MD
2004    Carl Apstein, MD
2005    Brenda Armstrong, MD
             Robert Bonow, MD
2006    Morton Arnsdorf, MD
2007    Linda Gillam, MD
2008    Elyse Foster, MD
             Judith Hochman, MD
2009    Noel Bairey Merz, MD
2010    Award not presented
2011    Laura Wexler, MD
2012    Emelia Benjamin, MD
2013   Malissa Wood, BA,MD
2014   Martha Gulati, MD, MS, FACC,FAHA

  


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