(KCOM faculty and staff are listed in bold font)
Chamberlain, Neal R. , Ph.D. (KCOM, Dept. of Microbiology/Immunology): Max T. Gutensohn Teaching Award (OMS-2 class) for 2013.
Chamberlain, Neal R. , Ph.D. (Professor, KCOM Dept. of Microbiology/Immunology): Innovation in Medical Education Award at Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine; Baltimore, MD; April 24, 2013. In conjunction with the award, Dr. Chamberlain will present a poster: Use of Case Presentation Exercises in Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases to Improve Medical Student Performance on Course Assessments by NR Chamberlain, MK Stuart, VK Singh, NJ Sargentini.
Chang, Yingzi, MD, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor, KCOM Dept. of Pharmacology): A.T. Still Staff Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2012-2013.
Grider, John, DO (Assistant Professor, KCOM Dept. of Internal Medicine): A.T. Still Staff Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2012-2013.
Kondrashov P, Kondrashova T, Johnson JC, Boehm K [Student], Rice D [Student]. Best Poster Award for: Impact of the Clinical Ultrasound Elective Course on Retention of Anatomical Knowledge by Second-Year Osteopathic Medical Students in Preparation for Board Exams. Poster presented at the Second World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical Education; Columbia, SC; September 27-29, 2013.
Marberry, Kevin, MD (Associate Professor and Chair, KCOM Dept. of Surgery): accepted for an International Cartilage Repair Society Traveling Fellowship.
Sidwell, Jean, MALS (Instructor, KCOM, Dept. of Family Medicine, Preventive Medicine and Community Health, and Director, A.T. Still Memorial Library, Missouri campus): 2012-13 Excellence in Advising award for work with the American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians Club.
Snider, Karen, DO (Professor, KCOM Dept. of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine) was highlighted in "Promising OMT Pilot Study Points to Difficulties with ‘Sham’ Treatment," an article posted on September 30, 2013 in The DO, for her research on the benefits of preventive osteopathic manipulative treatment in nursing home residents.