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Congratulations to these award winners, who were presented with their awards at the 2018 NEGEA Annual Meeting at Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell: 

The NEGEA Distinguished Educator Award 2018 recipients: 

Reena Karani 
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai 
Maria Alejandro Blanco 
Tufts University School of Medicine 

The NEGEA Distinguished Service and Leadership Award 2018 recipient: 

Norma S. Saks 
Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School 

The NEGEA Innovation in Medical Education Award 2018 recipients: 

Neha Patel, Jennifer S. Myers, Patrick J. Brennan, Jeffrey Berns, and Jia Lapointe 
“Building a Pipeline of Future Quality and Safety Leaders While Accelerating Organizational Quality Improvement Efforts at Penn Medicine.” 
Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania 

Excellence in Medical Education 2018 Poster Award Recipients: 

Assessing the Impact of Gender and Years of Experience on Multiple Mini-Interview Scores at the University of Vermont’s Larner College of Medicine  
Authors:  Howe, L. Greene, LA Holterman, G. Prabhakar, C. Jewkes, L. McElhinney, R. Barlow, L. Rosen, J. Gallant, & K. Huggett 
University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine  

Taking the USMLE Step 1 before or after Clerkship Experience: Does the timing of the USMLE Step 1 Influence Student Perceptions of Basic Science? 
Authors:  Y. Elfanagely, H. Copeland, H. Rashid, R. Pulido, & R.Salazar 
Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; NYU School of Medicine; Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania 

Excellence in Medical Education 2018 Oral Abstract Presentation Award Recipients: 

The Path to Medical School: Does First-Generation Status Matter? 
Authors: H. Mason, A. Ata, D. Andriole, & D. Jeffe 
Albany Medical College; Washington University School of Medicine 

Can We Predict Step 2 CS Performance? Exploring the Relationship between Assessment Data and Step 2 CS Performance 
Authors: Jeffrey Bird, Judith Brenner, Joanne Willey 
Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell 

Understanding What We Say: Varying Cultural Competency among Faculty Evaluators 
Authors: L. Gulbas, C. Collins, & H. Ryder 
University of Texas, Austin; Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth; Cleveland State University; Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth 

Past Award Winners 

Other Awards 

GEA Merrell Flair Award in Medical Education  
To honor an individual who has made a major, long-term contribution to the process, administration, or transmission of information on medical education in North America. 

Arnold P. Gold Foundation Research Grants  
The Arnold P. Gold Foundation seeks applications for research projects related to the impact of the Gold Humanism Honor Society on the culture of medical education. 

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