BIDMC and HMS Teaching Awards
Each June marks not only the end of an academic year for medical students and residents, but also a time to recognize individual faculty and housestaff for particularly noteworthy accomplishments as teachers and as care providers. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) holds a special place within the Harvard Medical School (HMS) community for its commitment to, and excellence in, medical education. This reputation is well supported by the number and diversity of HMS awards received by BIDMC faculty each year.
We are delighted to honor and congratulate the all recipients of year-end awards from Harvard Medical School and from individual departments within BIDMC.
S. Robert Stone Award for Excellence in Teaching
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), in conjunction with Harvard Medical School, bestows one very special teaching award each year. The S. Robert Stone Award for Excellence in Teaching is given in honor of the late past Board Chair of Beth Israel Hospital by his children. The award has been presented annually since 1981 to a member of the Harvard Faculty at BIDMC for outstanding achievement in the teaching of medical students and housestaff. Nominations for the award are received from those who know our faculty the best - our students, residents and fellows.
Please join us as we honor the 2013 S. Robert Stone Award for Excellence in Teaching Recipients
Mark Callery, M.D.
Associate Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School
Chief of the Division of General Surgery , BIDMC
Associate Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School Chief of the Division of General Surgery , BIDMC Mark Callery, M.D. is a graduate of Tufts University and the Albany Medical College, he completed training in general surgery and immunology at Albany Medical Center and at Barnes Hospital, Washington University, prior to a fellowship in hepatobiliary/pancreatic surgery at the royal Infirmary, University of Edinburgh. He is currently chief of the Division of General Surgery at Beth Isreal Deaconess Medical Center.
Adolf Karchmer, M.D.
Professor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School
Founding Chief of the Division of Infectious Disease at New England Deaconess Hospital
Adolf Karchmer, M.D. , was founding Chief of the Division of Infectious Disease at New England Deaconess Hospital and subsequently Chief of ID at BIDMC from 1996 to 2008. A graduate of Harvard Medical School, he completed a residency in Internal Medicine and an ID fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital. For 43 years, he has unstintingly shared his time and expertise with generations of students, residents, fellows, and physicians.
Previous recipients of the S. Robert Stone Award award are: Donald Antonioli, M.D.; Margot Kruskall, M.D.; Henry Klapholz, M.D.; Steven Weinberger, M.D.; Leon Goldman, M.D.; Ary Goldberger, M.D.; Michael Ronthal, M.B., B.CH.; Booker Bush, M.D.; Mark Peppercorn, M.D.; William Cochran, M.D.; Gillian Lieberman, M.B., CH.B.; Sanjiv Chopra, M.B., B.S.; Michael Cahalane, M.D.; John Doweiko, M.D.; Johanna Pallotta, M.D; Frank Drislane, M.D.; Reed Drews, M.D., Richard Schwartzstein, M.D.; Helen Shields, M.D.; Ronald Silvestri, M.D.; Hope Ricciotti, M.D.; and C. Christopher Smith, M.D., David H. Roberts, M.D., Sara Fazio, M.D.; Peter Clardy, M.D.; Amy Ship, M.D.; John Mitchell, M.D.; Bernard Chang, M.D.