Faculty Research Service/Citizenship Award
Nominations: Wednesday, February 2, 2022, by midnight
Many of our UC College of Medicine faculty serve our research mission by and not limited to volunteering for internal review panels, data and safety monitoring boards, IRB, IACUC, and biosafety and radiation safety committees. They often serve for many years with little recognition for the time and expertise they commit to improving the quality and rigor of our research.
To recognize this service to our research mission, the CoM Office of Research is soliciting nominations for a UC College of Medicine Faculty Research Service/Citizenship Award. The award will be presented to the College of Medicine full-time faculty member, nominated by their department chair, who in the opinion of the research leadership has provided exceptional service to the College of Medicine.
- Cover page (include nominee’s name, email address, professional title, department, and contact information of those who provided a recommendation)
- A detailed letter from a Department Chair or Division Director stating why the faculty member deserves to be recognized. The letter should highlight in what capacities the nominee has served the CoM, and how they demonstrate an outstanding commitment to the CoM. Specifically, the letter should describe the kinds of service (committees, review boards etc.), the duration of service, and any leadership roles in service.
- Nominee’s CV- Highlight both current and past intramural service
The cover page, nomination letter, and CV should be submitted as one PDF document via redcap: https://redcap.research.cchmc.org/surveys/?s=JEXLCXY8JMLF9X3R no later than midnight Wednesday, February 2, 2022. Faculty at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center are not eligible to apply.
The award recipient will receive an honorarium of $1,000 and college-wide recognition. Recipients of College of Medicine Office of Research awards are expected to assist the Office when requested (i.e. providing grant reviews, attending College of Medicine events, etc.) Previous Faculty Research Service/Citizenship Award awardees are not eligible to apply.
Questions should be sent to Brieanne Sheehan.
Past Award Recipients:
Changchun Xie, PhD, Department of Environmental and Public Health Sciences
Susan Waltz, PhD, Department of Environmental and Public Health Sciences
Daniel Woo, MD, MS, Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine
Ken Greis, PhD, Department of Cancer and Cell Biology
Jerry B. Lingrel, PhD, Department of Molecular Genetics
Jun-Ming Zhang, MD, MSc, Department of Anesthesiology
Timothy A. Pritts, MD, PhD, Department of Surgery,
Kelsey Dillehay McKillip, PhD, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine