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Seven Duke Surgery Residents Receive 2018 Appleseed Training Awards

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
2018 Appleseed award recipients

Seven residents were recently honored with the Appleseed Resident Training Award, a recognition to those who have “not only exceeded expectations of medical pedagogy, but have shown genuine passion for training the next generation of doctors.” Created in 2008 by medical students, the award is given to the top 10% of residents and interns in each core rotation who have positively impacted other trainees through education.

Congratulations to this year’s recipients:

  • Jatin Anand, MD, Integrated Thoracic Surgery Resident
  • Andrew Atia, MD, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Resident
  • Sarah Commander, MD, General Surgery Resident
  • Adam Glener, MD, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Resident
  • Brian Shaw, MD, General Surgery Resident
  • Rohit Tejwani, MD, Urology Resident
  • Jeffrey Yang, MD, General Surgery Resident