Award Nominations

The Renaissance School of Medicine is excited to announce the open call for nominations for the the 2021 Faculty Awards

It is time again to recognize the excellent work being done by our faculty in the areas of teaching, clinical service, research, and mentoring — all critical aspects of the mission of the School of Medicine.

Nominations will be accepted through midnight, July 12, 2021. Awards will be presented at our Annual Faculty Awards Ceremony in the Fall 2021. Award recipients receive a $1000 cash prize (except where noted) and will have their name added to the award recipient plaque.

Eligibility

All School of Medicine faculty members are eligible for consideration. Faculty members at our close affiliates are eligible for consideration. Please note, past recipients are not eligible for consideration in the same category in which they previously received an award. 

Applicant nominations are considered for three consecutive years. Candidates who were nominated in 2019 do not need to reapply for the same award in 2021. However, a new application can be submitted if there is additional evidence to support the candidate's nomination.


Aesculapius Award for Excellence in Medical Education
Aesculapius Award for Excellence in Medical Education
The Aesculapius Award represents the highest teaching award offered to Stony Brook medical school faculty. Nominees will be assessed on the quantity, quality, and impact of their work in seven domains of educational excellence. These domains include teaching, learner assessment, curricular development, advising and mentoring, educational leadership and administration, scholarly approach to education, and educational scholarship.

 


Early Career Research Excellence Award
Early Career Research Excellence Award
Open to basic, clinical, and translation science researchers below the rank of Associate Professor. Nominee considerations include the candidate's contribution to their department and the school of medicine, their professional reputation, and their noteworthy achievements. The strength of the nomination letter and letters of recommendation will also be taken into consideration.

 


Excellence in Clinical Service Award
Excellence in Clinical Service Award
Awarded to the faculty member (surgical/medical specialty) who best exemplifies a devotion to delivering quality care and teaching. Nominee considerations include the candidate's contribution to their department and the school of medicine, their professional reputation, and their noteworthy achievements. The strength of the nomination letter and letters of recommendation will also be taken into consideration.

 


Excellence in Faculty Mentorship Award
Excellence in Faculty Mentorship Award
Open to all School of Medicine faculty. Nominee considerations include the candidate's contribution to their department and the school of medicine, their professional reputation, and their noteworthy achievements. The strength of the nomination letter and letters of recommendation will also be taken into consideration.

 


Senior Research Excellence Award
Senior Research Excellence Award
Open to basic, clinical, and translation science researchers above the rank of Assistant Professor. Nominee considerations include the candidate's contribution to their department and the school of medicine, their professional reputation, and their noteworthy achievements. The strength of the nomination letter and letters of recommendation will also be taken into consideration.

 


The Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award Presented by the Arnold P. Gold Foundation
The Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award Presented by the Arnold P. Gold Foundation
Honors physicians who recognize the value of humanism in the delivery of care to patients and their families. Nominee considerations include the candidate's demonstrated integrity, excellence, collaboration and compassion, altruism, respect and resilience, empathy, and service in the delivery of patient care, role-modeling, mentoring, and teaching (Award $500).