James W. Crudup Award | Young Investigator Award | Student Research Award
Oral Presentation Winner | Poster Winners
James W. Crudup Award
The James W. Crudup Award is presented annually by the faculty of the Department of Surgery to the Chief Resident who has demonstrated the most outstanding accomplishments in research during residency training. This year's winner was Timothy Frankel, MD.
Amir A. Ghaferi, MD, MS
Young Investigator Award
The Young Investigator Award is presented annually to a surgery fellow, resident, graduate or medical student who has demonstrated originality and scientific merit in research conducted during the time of the their appointment or period of study in the Department of Surgery. This year's winner was Benjamin Levi, MD.
Christopher J. Pannucci, MD, MS
Student Research Award
Presented to a Graduate Student or Medical Student who has demonstrated originality and scientific merit in research
Jay S. Lee, BS
Oral Presentation Winner