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Title: The Committee on Prestigious Awards and Honors University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine


1
The Committee on Prestigious Awards and
Honors University of Pennsylvania School of
Medicine
WILLIAM N. KELLEY, M.D., Chair November 2006
2
School of Medicine Awards Committee
  • Mission Identify the Schools most outstanding
    faculty and ensure that they are nominated for
    the awards and honors they deserve
  • Establishment precursor formed in 1991,
    expanded in 2002, restructured in 2005
  • Frequency of Meetings three times per year
    (October, February, June)
  • Reporting Relationship directly to the EVP/Dean
  • Committee Membership distinguished faculty
    selected to represent basic and clinical
    sciences, as well as learned societies

3
School of Medicine Awards Committee Membership
FY2007
4
School of Medicine Awards Committee Identification
of Deserving Faculty
  • Knowledge of faculty by Dean, Department
    Chairs/Directors of Centers and Institutes,
    members of the Awards Committee and, in fact, any
    and all faculty, who are encouraged to suggest
    candidates, as well as to nominate candidates on
    their own
  • Review of recipients of internal and external
    awards in the School of Medicine
  • Review of especially outstanding faculty
    identified at the time of promotion by COAP
  • Analysis of outstanding patents and licenses
    generated through Center for Technology Transfer
  • Interview of rising stars by Dr. Kelley as
    Chair of Awards Committee.

5
School of Medicine Awards Committee Publicizing
the Committees Work
  • Dr. Kelley met with Standing Committee of
    Department Chairs and Directors of Centers
    Institutes on May 25, 2005
  • Dr. Kelley met individually with Chairs and
    Directors to solicit names of deserving faculty
    for major national awards and to encourage
    departmental nominations for awards in their
    subspecialty areas
  • Chairs and Directors are made aware, via e-mail,
    of upcoming deadlines for national and selected
    subspecialty awards
  • Web site in planning stages to post award
    descriptions and deadline information for faculty
    reference

6
School of Medicine Awards Committee Society
Membership/Award Nominations Managed by the
Awards Committee
  • Awards Committee met in June 2005 to formalize
    list of major national/international awards, as
    well as selected major subspecialty awards, and
    learned society memberships for which it would
    orchestrate nominations

7
School of Medicine Awards Committee Society
Membership/Award Nominations Managed by the
Awards Committee
  • Multidisciplinary Learned Societies

8
Society Membership Nominations Managed by the
Awards Committee
  • Learned Societies Membership Nominations
  • American Society for Clinical Investigation
    (ASCI)
  • Association of American Physicians (AAP)
  • Institute of Medicine (IOM)
  • National Academy of Sciences (NAS)
  • American Academy of Arts Sciences (AAAS)
  • American Philosophical Society (APS)

9
Society Membership Nominations Managed by the
Awards Committee School of Medicine IOM
Nomination Process
  • SOM IOM members have met annually since 1991 to
    review previous nominations and plan nominations
    for current election cycle (Current Chair Brian
    L. Strom, MD, MPH)
  • New approach instituted for 2006 election cycle
    analogous to IOM Section-oriented process
  • Current IOM members review previously submitted
    nominations and suggest new nominees
  • Revised total nominee list returned to IOM
    members to rank in priority order those nominees
    in the members IOM section
  • Final ranking list prepared for discussion at
    meeting of SOM IOM members nominee list
    finalized and nomination facilitators assigned
  • Follow-up with facilitators to provide assistance
    if necessary and ensure that nominations are
    completed and submitted on time
  • Primary goal is to ensure that the strongest
    candidates are nominated process does not
    preclude IOM members from nominating faculty not
    designated through this process

10
Society Membership Nominations Managed by the
Awards Committee School of Medicine IOM Election
Outcomes

11
Society Membership Nominations Managed by the
Awards Committee School of Medicine IOM Election
Outcomes
includes faculty recruited and departed
12
Society Membership Nominations Managed by the
Awards Committee Other Society Membership
Nominations
  • ASCI, AAP
  • Dr. Kelley consults with relevant Department
    Chairs to encourage nominations of worthy faculty
    and follows up on re-nominations as required
  • NAS
  • Nominations facilitated by current SOM NAS
    members
  • AAAS
  • Process similar to that in place for IOM
    nominations adopted for 2007 nomination cycle
  • 14 nominations submitted for 2007 nomination
    cycle
  • APS
  • Goal is to submit one nomination per relevant
    Class
  • 4 nominations submitted for 2007 nomination cycle

13
Society Membership Nominations Managed by the
Awards Committee School of Medicine Membership
Election Outcomes
formalized process begun by Committee
14
School of Medicine Awards Committee Society
Membership/Award Nominations Managed by the
Awards Committee
  • Multidisciplinary Learned Societies
  • Prestigious Awards

15
Award/Honor Nominations Managed by the Awards
Committee Nomination Process
  • Goal is to submit superb nominees from Penn for
    each award
  • Dossiers are prepared for a number of the most
    outstanding faculty.
  • These dossiers are refined over time as progress
    permits and they are customized for each award.

16
Award/Honor Nominations Managed by the Awards
Committee Awards/Honors Nomination Guidelines
  • If Penn Faculty Member Receives Award in Current
    Nomination Cycle
  • Wait one year before submitting new nomination
  • If Penn Faculty Member Nominated for First Time
    in Current Nomination Cycle
  • Renominate/supplement nomination for two years
    (or for the period designated by the award)
  • No new nominations from the School of Medicine
    orchestrated by the Committee for these prizes
    during two-year period
  • Subspecialty Awards
  • Inform relevant Department Chairs of upcoming
    deadlines and encourage them to submit nominations

17
Award/Honor Nominations Managed by the Awards
Committee List of Awards/Honors (56) Nominations
Submitted 2005-2006 (36)
  • Albany Medical Center / Albany Medical Center
    Prize in Medicine and Biomedical Research
  • Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation
  • Basic Medical Research Award
  • Clinical Medical Research Award
  • American Chemistry Society, Biological Chemistry
    Division
  • Eli Lilly Award in Biological Chemistry
  • Pfizer Award in Enzyme Chemistry
  • American College of Physicians (ACP)
  • ACP Award for Outstanding Work in Science as
    Related to Medicine
  • John Phillips Memorial Award
  • William C. Menninger Memorial Award for
    Distinguished Contributions to the Science of
  • Mental Health
  • American Federation for Medical Research /
    Outstanding Investigator Award
  • American Philosophical Society (APS) / Judson
    Daland Prize for Outstanding Achievement in
    Clinical Investigations
  • American Society for Clinical Investigation /
    ASCI/Stanley J. Korsmeyer Award
  • American Society for Microbiology (ASM) / Eli
    Lilly and Company Research Award in Microbiology
    and Immunology

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Award/Honor Nominations Managed by the Awards
Committee List of Awards/Honors (56) Nominations
Submitted 2005-2006 (36)
  • Association of American Medical Colleges
  • A O A / Robert J. Glaser Distinguished Teacher
    Award
  • Abraham Flexner Award
  • Award for Distinguished Research in the
    Biomedical Sciences
  • Herbert W. Nickens, M.D. Award
  • Outstanding Community Service Award
  • Women in Medicine Leadership Development Awards
  • David E. Rogers Award (co-sponsored by RWJF)
  • Carl J. Shapiro Institute for Education and
    Research / Daniel C. Tosteson Award for
    Leadership in Medical Education
  • Franklin Institute
  • Benjamin Franklin Medal in Life Science
  • Bower Award and Prize for Achievement in Science
  • Gairdner Foundation / Gairdner International
    Award
  • Inamori Foundation
  • Kyoto Prize in Advanced Technology
  • Kyoto Prize in Basic Sciences

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Award/Honor Nominations Managed by the Awards
Committee List of Awards/Honors (56) Nominations
Submitted 2005-2006 (36)
  • Indiana University School of Medicine / Steven
    C. Beering Award
  • Institute of Medicine (IOM) / Gustav O. Lienhard
    Award
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science /
    International Prize for Biology
  • JCAHO John M. Eisenberg Award for Patient Safety
    and Quality Awards / Individual Achievement Award
  • Keio University Medical Science Fund / Keio
    Medical Science Prize
  • King Faisal Foundation
  • King Faisal International Prize in Medicine
  • King Faisal International Prize in Science
  • Lemelson-MIT Program
  • Lemelson-MIT Award for Sustainability
  • Lemelson-MIT Prize
  • March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation / March
    of Dimes Prize in Developmental Biology
  • Millennium Prize Foundation / Millennium
    Technology Prize
  • National Academy of Sciences (NAS
  • Jessie Stevenson Kovalenko Medal
  • Richard Lounsbery Award (biology and medicine)
  • National Science Foundation / National Medal of
    Science
  • Nobel Foundation / Nobel Prize in Physiology or
    Medicine

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Award/Honor Nominations Managed by the Awards
Committee List of Awards/Honors (56) Nominations
Submitted 2005-2006 (36)
Passano Foundation / Passano Award Prince Mahidol
Award Foundation / Prince Mahidol Award in
Medicine Robarts Research Institute / J. Allyn
Taylor International Prize in Medicine Robert J.
and Claire Pasarow Foundation Medical Research
Award in Cancer Medical Research Award in
Cardiovascular Disease Medical Research Award in
Neuropsychiatry Shaw Prize Foundation / Shaw
Prize in Life Science and Medicine Technion-Israel
Institute of Technology / Harvey Prize The
Philadelphia Award Board of Trustees /
Philadelphia Award University of Pennsylvania /
Honorary Degree Outside Nominations SOM
Emeriti Faculty Nominations University of
Pittsburgh School of Medicine / Dickson Prize in
Medicine Vanderbilt University School of
Medicine / John E. Chapman Medal Award Warren
Alpert Foundation (w/ Harvard Medical School) /
Warren Alpert Foundation Prize Wiley Foundation
/ Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences Wolf
Foundation / Wolf Prize in Medicine
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Award/Honor Nominations Managed by the Awards
Committee Awards Received, 2001-2005 (5)
  • 2001 - Clay M. Armstrong, MD, Gairdner
    International Award
  • 2003 - Flaura K. Winston, MD, PhD, Judson Daland
    Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Clinical
    Investigations, APS
  • 2004 - Steven L. Galetta, MD, A O A / Robert J.
    Glaser Distinguished Teacher Award, AAMC/RWJF
  • - FOCUS on Health Leadership for Women, Women
    in Medicine Leadership Development Award, AAMC
  • 2005 - Dewey G. McCafferty, PhD, Eli Lilly Award
    in Biological Chemistry

22
Award/Honor Nominations Managed by the Awards
Committee Awards Received, 2001-present (12)
23
School of Medicine Awards Committee Summary
  • A committee of the School of Medicine (Awards
    Committee) is in place to identify and facilitate
    the nominations of outstanding faculty for
    membership in honorific academic societies and
    for prestigious national and international
    awards.
  • Based on a 15-year experience with the Institute
    of Medicine, an organized approach to nominating
    faculty for membership appears to be helpful.
  • Initial experience with other honorific societies
    and selected major national and international
    awards is also positive.
  • Much remains to be done.
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