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School of Medicine spring faculty meeting set for April 27

Apr. 18, 2017, 4:44 PM

Vanderbilt University School of Medicine (Vanderbilt University)

The annual Vanderbilt University School of Medicine spring faculty meeting and awards program will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 27, in Light Hall, Room 208.

Following remarks by Dr. Jeff Balser, president and CEO of Vanderbilt University Medical Center and dean of the School of Medicine, the 2017 faculty awards for Excellence in Teaching, Extraordinary Performance of Clinical Service and Outstanding Contributions to Research will be presented.

Every year since 2000, the academic enterprise has honored faculty members for Excellence in Teaching and Outstanding Contributions to Research, and beginning last year, introduced the Extraordinary Performance of Clinical Service award category. All recipients will be announced during the ceremony following the meeting on April 27.

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