Alspaugh selected for 2016 Gordon G. Hammes Faculty Teaching Award


Andrew Alspaugh, MD, Professor of Infectious Diseases and Professor of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, has been selected to receive the 2016 Gordon G. Hammes Faculty Teaching Award. Alspaugh is being honored for his continuing excellence in teaching and mentoring and for his exemplary commitment to the education of graduate students. [More]

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Steinbach wins top award from American Federation of Medical Research (AFMR)

William J. Steinbach, MD, professor of pediatrics (Infectious Diseases) and professor of molecular genetics and microbiology, will receive the American Federation for Medical Research's AFMR) highest honor for medical research, the Outstanding Investigator Award. [More]