EVMS Faculty Affairs and Professional Development has awarded Professional Enrichment and Growth (PEG) grants to 13 faculty members for the 2016-2017 academic year.
The grants were awarded during a competitive process that was open to all faculty in the School of Medicine and in the School of Health Professions. To qualify, the activity has to help the nominee achieve his or her professional goals as well as advance the academic missions of the department and the institution.
Below are this year's PEG grant recipients and their activities.
Area of Interest
|Almirante, Cheryl, MD||Internal Medicine||Thyroid ultrasonography and minimally invasive procedure|
|Deaver, Sarah, PhD, ATR-BC||School of Health Professions||Traumatology Course/Intensive Trauma Therapy|
Derber, Catherine, MD
|Internal Medicine||Harvard Macy Institute Program for Educators in Health Professions|
|Galadima, Hadiza, PhD||School of Health Professions||Esri Southeast User Conference|
|Goodmurphy, Craig, PhD||Pathology and Anatomy||ARDMS Certification|
|Kerscher, Aurora, PhD||Microbiology and Molecular Cell Biology||The Allied Genetics Conference|
|Lundberg, Patric, PhD||Microbiology and Molecular Cell Biology||Keystone Symposium - Noncoding RNAs: From Disease to Targeted Therapeutics|
|Martin, Brian, PhD||School of Health Professions||Bioethics Course at St. George's University School of Medicine|
|Mazzurco, Lauren, DO||Internal Medicine||Harvard Macy Institute Program for Educators in Health Professions|
|Neumann, Serina, PhD||Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences||Association of Psychologists in Academic Health Centers Conference|
|Penne, Jayne, MSPAS, PA-C||School of Health Professions||ENRICH Forum (American Academy of Communication in Healthcare)|
|Ramirez, Dana, MD||Pediatrics||Business focused course at Old Dominion University|
|Taylor-Fishwick, David, PhD||Microbiology and Molecular Cell Biology||Keystone Diabetes Meeting