During the June 3rd Resident’s Dinner, three members of the Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Department were recognized with some of our most important departmental awards.
Dr. Susan Mathew, Director of Cytogenetics and Professor of Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, earned the M. Desmond Burke Teaching Award, which was voted on by the Pathology residents.
Dr. Matthew Greenblatt, Associate Director of Pathology Residency Training Program and Assistant Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, earned the David P Hajjar Distinguished Research Award. This award is given for outstanding achievement in investigative pathology and is named after David P. Hajjar who has ‘a distinguished scientific career and who exhibits both excellence in mentoring and education, and outstanding research achievements in experimental and investigative pathology.’
Finally, Dr. Surya V. Seshan, Chief of Renal Pathology and Professor of Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine earned the Peter Paul Rosen Clinical Service Award which is given for outstanding achievement in either Anatomic or Clinical Pathology. It has been named after Dr. Peter Rosen, who rendered distinguished and meritorious service to Weill Cornell Medicine.
“We are thrilled for our new awardees, whose hard work and dedication to excellence in teaching, mentoring, and research, exemplify the very best of our department,” said Gina L. Imperato, MPA, Chief Administrative Officer.