澳门最准真正最准资料大全

Medical Alumni Association Awards

Past recipients of awards given by the Medical Alumni Association

 

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2025 Medical Alumni Association Awards. The Medical Alumni Awards will be presented at the 2025 MAA Reunion on June 13-15, 2025. Please note the deadline for 2025 MAA Awards nominations is Dec. 31, 2024, at 11:59 p.m. CST. All nominations submitted after the deadline will be held for consideration in 2026. To nominate an individual, please see the criteria below.
 

Nomination Process

  • Nominations will be accepted until Dec. 31, 2024.
  • The nomination form must be submitted electronically through the application website.
  • A current resume or curriculum vitae is required and must be emailed by the nomination deadline to medalum@southalabama.edu with the nominee's first and last name in the subject line.
  • A letter of endorsement is strongly encouraged and may be emailed by the nomination deadline to medalum@southalabama.edu with the nominee's first and last name in the subject line.
  • It is the responsibility of the nominator to ensure that the nomination form is completed and supplemental documentation is submitted by the published deadline.
  • Self-nominations are welcome.
  • Nominations will be kept on file for 5 years.
     

Medical Alumni Association Awards Criteria 

The Distinguished Medical Alumni Award 

Purpose: To recognize an alumnus whose career has illustrated a commitment to leadership within the medical field; either in academics, business, government, or other unique positions. Such careers are usually distinguished by major leadership positions or respected national reputations.

Criteria

  • Nominee must be a degreed alumnus from the 澳门最准真正最准资料大全 Whiddon College of Medicine.
  • Nominee must have demonstrated outstanding leadership in the medical field.

Past Recipients

  • 2018: Dr. David Gremse, 鈥83
  • 2019: Dr. David Adkison, 鈥84
  • 2024: Dr. Daniel C. Potts, '93
  • 2024: Dr. S. Lane Rutledge, '81 (Memorial Award)
     

The Medical Alumni Humanitarian Award

Purpose: To recognize an alumnus who has made a significant impact on the medical care of the public, uniting medical service and public benefit on a local, national or international scale.  

Criteria

  • Nominee must be a degreed alumnus from the 澳门最准真正最准资料大全 Whiddon College of Medicine.
  • Nominee must have contributed a unique or outstanding form of service to the medical care of the public.

Past Recipients

  • 2018: Dr. Marilyn Aiello, 鈥76
  • 2019: Dr. Steven Kinsey, 鈥89
  • 2024: Dr. Robert W. Chagrasulis, '81
     

The Distinguished Service Award

Purpose: To recognize an alumnus or faculty/staff member who has made a significant contribution improving the quality and reach of the Whiddon College of Medicine, as well as service that substantially benefits or enhances the reputation of the College.

Criteria

  • Nominee must be either a Whiddon College of Medicine alumnus or faculty/staff member.
  • Nominee must have exhibited outstanding service by enhancing education, the quality thereof, or other academic missions of the college.

Past Recipients

  • 2001: Dr. Roger S. Lane
  • 2002: Dr. Robert Boerth
  • 2003: Dr. William A. Gardner
  • 2004: Dr. Betsy D. Bennett
  • 2005: Dr. Leroy Reddick
  • 2006: Dr. Joseph G. Hardin
  • 2007: Dr. Gaylord T. Walker
  • 2009: Dr. Wanda G. Kirkpatrick, 鈥78
  • 2010: Dr. Charles B. Rodning
  • 2011: Dr. Samuel J. Strada
  • 2012: Dr. Frederick N. Meyer
  • 2013: Dr. Arnold Luterman
  • 2014: Dr. Glenn L. Wilson
  • 2015: Dr. Allan Tucker
  • 2016: Dr. Wladimir Wertelecki
  • 2017: Dr. R. Michael Culpepper
  • 2018: Dr. Johnson Haynes, Jr., 鈥80
  • 2019: Dr. Susan LeDoux, 鈥86
  • 2024: Dr. Jonathan Scammell