Keil honored by AAMC

Ralph Keil associate professor in biochemistry and molecular biology at Penn State College of Medicine, has been named as a recipient of the inaugural Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Award for Innovations in Research Training and Education. Keil’s winning abstract was titled Interdisciplinary Graduate Education in Biomedical Sciences.

The major goal of the award is to identify bright spots in research training and education. A total of five winners nationally were selected by a panel of leaders in biomedical research, education and training from AAMC member institutions as well as AAMC senior staff. Entries were judged by the extent to which they advance creative, collaborative partnerships and their impact on institutional practices.

Winners were announced at the Graduate Research, Education and Training Group and Group on Research Advancement and Development joint annual meeting in September in Nashville.

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Last Updated October 10, 2012