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Curious about medicine and med school? Our mini-med school is accepting apps for its fall session https://t.co/f02mIi3VGd @UVA #Cville

Thanks to all of the alumni and guests who joined us in Durham last month for a night at the ballpark. It was great seeing everyone! Learn about upcoming events at UVAMedAlum.org/events. #uvamed #UVA

Nathan Finch, Neuro Fellow, was awarded the Mulholland Award for Teaching Excellence in Foundations of Medicine… https://t.co/PRnJNlFqXp

A med students perspective on interviewing for a spot in the @UVARadiology residency program.… https://t.co/8CaXFZg4qX

@MedicineUVA Dean's Blog Highlights Achievements, New NIH Grant Guidelines, More: https://t.co/WtexcBVrJk https://t.co/I3Uf4IIj0f

HOTW: our graduating senior residents. @kanthkm, @halley_06, @jcarrera82, @jleecr, Amal Abu-Libdeh, Matt McConnell, and David Lapides. We wish them all the best in their future careers. They will always be a part of the @uvaneurology family. #uvaneurology #chairparty #graduation2017 #bowties #uvaalumni

Congratulations to alumna Sarah Larkin Evans, MD '13 (seen above at right), one of four recipients of this year's Brodie Resident Clinician Award from the UVA School of Medicine. This award recognizes a single resident in each of the primary care disciplines who demonstrates clinical excellence in primary care and serves as a model for peers and medical students at the University of Virginia by taking personal and primary responsibility for all of their patients’ needs. Congratulations also to Drs. Jackie Brown, Stephanie Hodges, and Benjamin Simson on this well-deserved recognition. #uvamed #UVA

Congratulations to the UVA School of Medicine faculty who received a Certificate of Commitment to Faculty Development in Medical Education yesterday! This medical education series is presented in collaboration with the Academy of Distinguished Educators. Faculty who attend 10 workshops over a two-year period will receive a Certificate of Commitment to Faculty Development in Medical Education. The certificate can be included as part of the Teaching Portfolio, which in turn can be used for purposes of application for membership to the Academy of Distinguished Educators and/or as part of the portfolio for promotion and tenure. Learn more here: https://faculty.med.virginia.edu/facultyaffairs/development/education-professional-development/