Annual Program Awards

The Edward H. Bossen Team Player Award is presented to the resident or fellow selected by their peers and who has distinguished themselves in their commitment, values, work ethic, and contribution to team morale.

The William D. Bradford Resident Teaching Award recognizes the Pathology resident or fellow who in the opinion of the Pathology residents has distinguished themselves in teaching effort and ability. 

The Bernard F. Fetter Teaching Award is to recognize outstanding teaching efforts by a Pathology faculty member.  Each resident and fellow is asked to nominate the faculty member who, through his or her commitment to education, has made the most substantial contribution to the resident's development as a pathologist and physician.  This award should recognize specifically those individuals who have made the strongest efforts to teach, and should not be limited to those faculty members with whom a resident or fellow has had extensive contact.
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The Christine Hulette Award for Teaching Excellence recognize the Pathology Resident who in the opinion of the Pathology teaching faculty has distinguished themselves in teaching effort and ability in the Duke School of Medicine MS1 Body and Disease course.

The Fred and Janet Sanfilippo Resident Research Award recognizes the Pathology resident or fellow who has distinguished themselves in research effort and ability, either from a basic science or clinical research-related project or publication.  Recipients are chosen by votes from residents, fellows and faculty. 

Chief Resident Awards:  The Chief Residents are recognized and awarded a Duke chair and framed certificate.