The Institutional Committee for Graduate Medical Education has selected Morgan Cox, MD, General Surgery Resident, as the recipient of the annual Ralph Snyderman, MD, GME Research Award. Established in 2004, the award recognizes excellence in graduate medical research.
The committee unanimously selected Dr. Cox from a strong pool of applicants due to her research project, “Documenting or Operating: Where is Time Spent in General Surgery Residency?” Research on time-management is particularly useful for residents today, as burnout rates continue to climb at alarming rates.
“This award is very well deserved. [Dr. Cox’s] dedication to education is extraordinary, and we look forward to many future accolades,” says General Surgery Residency Program Director John Migaly, MD.
Please join Dr. Migaly and the Department in congratulating Dr. Cox on this achievement!