The Eila I. Ross Award is presented annually, to a BMC student who exemplifies excellence, professionalism, and leadership in biomedical communications. The award is voted upon by faculty and students. This year’s recipient is Melanie Burger.
Melanie strives for excellence and professionalism in all aspects of her life at BMC. Her contributions to the BMC community have been numerous, not the least of which includes organizing a highly successful Speakers Series for students and faculty.
The Artery Studios Award is judged on medical/scientific accuracy, visual communication design, and overall professionalism of production. This year the winning visual evidence project was a personal injury case – the Case of Ann Jolie – by Melissa Cory, Jerusha Ellis, Joy Qu, Erin Warkentin, Inessa Stanishevskaya.
Congratulations to all!