Uniformed Services University
of the Health Sciences
F Edward Hébert School of Medicine
Department of Graduate Medical Education
4301 Jones Bridge Road
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
COL Craig Shriver, MC, USA, Director, NCC General Surgery Residency Program recently received the ACGME 2013 Parker J. Palmer Courage to Teach Award.
Next GME Committee Meeting:
1500, 5 Jun 2013
Building E, Lecture Hall F
For more information contact Ms. Jennifer Stecklein at (301) 319-0726
NCC Neurological Surgery Residency team comprised of Michael Cirivello and George Rymarczuk placed in the top 3 of the CNS Resident Academic SANS (Self-Assessment in Neurological Surgery) Challenge competition.
The mission of the NCC is to educate physicians, dentists, and other healthcare professionals who care for soldiers sailors, airmen, and marines of all ages and their families. The NCC will provide a scholarly environment and is dedicated to excellence in both education and healthcare etc. The NCC is dedicated to instilling in these trainees the ethical values and standards expected of those devoting their lives to public service.
The NCC, by supplying leadership and resources, complies with the ACGME Institutional Requirements and ensures that Consortium-sponsored programs comply with ACGME program requirements. Consortium-sponsored GME programs operate under the authority and control of the Consortium (the NCC). The Consortium regularly assesses the quality of its educational programs.
Larry W. Laughlin, M.D., Ph.D., Chair
COL Charles Callahan, MC, USA
RADM Alton L. Stocks, MC, USN
Rudolph Cachuela, Col, USAF, MC, SFS
Jerri Curtis, CAPT, MC, USN
LT Jack McDonnell, MC, USN, PGY3 Pediatrics Resident: Resident Research Award, Academic Pediatric Association for "The Effect of Family Income on Risk of Death and Graft Loss in Pediatric Kidney Transplant Recipients from 1995-2007." Co-authors are members of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine Nephrology faculty
CPT Luis Lozada, MC, USA, PGY3 Pediatrics Resident: House Staff Research Award, Society for Pediatric Research & 2nd Place, Howard Johnson Award, AAP Uniformed Services Scientific Awards Competition for: "Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia as a Risk Factor for Autism Spectrum Disorder: A retrospective cohort study." Co-authors are faculty of the Pediatrics Gastroenterology, Pediatrics Infectious Diseases, and Neonatology Fellowship programs
CPT Ashleigh Pavey, MC, USA, PGY2 Pediatrics Resident: Howard Johnson Award, AAP Uniformed Services Scientific Awards Competition and Robert A. Phillips Clinical Resident Research Award, NCA Research Competition for: "Birth and Early Infant Outcomes in Families with Intimate Partner Violence"
CDR Kevin O'Meara, MC, USN, Pediatrics Gastroenterology Fellow: Robert A. Phillips Clinical Resident Research Award, NCA Research Competition for: "Adaptive Cellular Response to Chronic Inflammation in the Gut Mucosa Stem Cell Compartment"
Maj Candace Percival, USAF, MC, Pediatrics Endocrinology Fellow: Robert A. Phillips Clinical Fellow Research Award, NCA Research Competition for: "Obese Adolescents and Allergic Disease: Is there a Role for Adipokines?"