Dr. Escota, Lawrence and Kirmani receive distinguished service teaching awards
September 26, 2019
Distinguished Service Teaching Awards were awarded for the 2018-2019 academic year. Three of our infectious diseases faculty were recently honored for their service.
Clerkship Director of the Year
Gerome Escota, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Clerkship Director in Medicine
Second Year Awards, Class of 2021
Distinguised Service Teaching Awards
Nigar Kirmani, MD
Professor of Meidicine
Program Director, Infectious Diseases Fellowship
Steven Lawrence, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Assistant Dean for Curriculum and Clinical Sciences
The Distinguished Service Teaching Awards are presented by Washington University medical students to faculty and house staff in appreciation of exemplary service in medical student education. Each fall, medical students finishing their first, second, and third years of study select the course masters, lecturers, clerkship directors, attendings, and residents who distinguished themselves most in their efforts, dedication and patience.
Initiated by students and implemented with support from the Office of Medical Student Education, the awards honor Washington University educators who have made the most significant contributions to the training of future physicians.