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2017 Alumni Awards

Call for Nominations: 2017 Mount Sinai Alumni Awards

The Office of the Dean, The Mount Sinai Alumni Association, and the Office of Alumni and Development is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the 2017 Alumni Awards. These awards celebrate Mount Sinai alumni and students who have made extraordinary contributions to the medical field, and to the Mount Sinai community. The awards will be presented during the 2017 Mount Sinai Alumni Reunion on Friday, May 19

The nomination period has ended. Thank you for your participation! Awardees will be announced prior to the Alumni Awards Ceremony, which will be held during the Alumni Reunion on May 19. 

 

Alumni Association Awards
 

The Saul Horowitz, Jr. Memorial Award

This award was established in June 1978 to honor the memory of Saul Horowitz, Jr., a longtime devoted trustee of The Mount Sinai Hospital and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. This award is given to physicians who, by virtue of outstanding achievements since graduation, has made or shows promise of making significant contributions as a teacher, investigator, and/or practitioner in the field of medicine.

 

The J. Lester Gabrilove Award

 

This award is named in honor of Lester Gabrilove, MD, one of the most beloved and outstanding physicians in our school's history. The award recognizes a career of proven and continued excellence in clinical or basic research by a member of the Mount Sinai family.

 

The Mount Sinai Alumni Special Recognition Award

Awarded yearly since 1996, The Mount Sinai Alumni Special Recognition Award acknowledges and thanks individuals (physicians and non-physicians) who have provided exceptional service to the Alumni Association.
 

The Mount Sinai Alumni Award for Achievement in
Medical Education

Established in 2001, The Mount Sinai Alumni Award for Achievement in Medical Education honors physicians who have made major contributions to the field of medical education.

   

The Dr. Sidney Grossman Distinguished Humanitarian Award

The Dr. Sidney Grossman Distinguished Humanitarian Award honors those who have shown extraordinary service and inspirational leadership to others.
 
Thomas Von Essen, former Commissioner of the New York City Fire Department, was the first recipient of the award, in recognition of his decades of devotion to ensuring the safety of the people of New York.  The award pays special tribute to the Commissioner's extraordinary courage, composure, and leadership during the September 11 tragedy.

 

Mount Sinai Alumni Student Leadership Award

This award is presented to a medical school student who exhibits exemplary leadership in organizing class activities and spirit, as well as showing outstanding service to the Mount Sinai community.

 

 

Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Alumni Awards

 

The Terry Ann Krulwich Physician-Scientist Alumni Award

 

This award is named in honor of Terry Ann Krulwich, PhD, beloved scientist, student champion, and founding director of the MD/PhD Program at Mount Sinai, recognizes the accomplishments of an outstanding Mount Sinai-trained physician or scientist. All graduates of Mount Sinai (including graduate school, medical school, residency, and fellowship, or post-doctoral alumni) are eligible to receive this award.

 

The Mount Sinai Alumni Award for Achievement in
Graduate Education 

 

This award is given to a scientist who, since graduation from the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Mount Sinai, has made significant contributions as a teacher, investigator, and/or practitioner in their field.

 

The Mount Sinai Alumni Leadership Award

 

This award is given to a graduate student who exhibits exemplary spirit and leadership in organizing class activities, and provides outstanding service to the Mount Sinai community. This award will be presented during the Student Achievement Ceremony on Thursday, May 11

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