Award Winners, Awards

Honoring Excellence in Emergency Medicine

EMRA is proud to offer a robust array of awards, scholarships, and grants every year - recognizing outstanding work and helping to foster excellence among clinicians, educators, and leaders in EM. Please join us in congratulating the EMRA 2020 Spring Awards recipients.

Academic Excellence Award
CAPT Rachel Bridwell, MD | Brooke Army Medical Center Emergency Medicine, USUHS

Dr. Alexandra Greene Medical Student of the Year Award
Jeremy Towns | University of South Alabama College of Medicine

Chief Resident(s) of the Year: Indiana University School of Medicine Chief Residents
Kimi Chernoby, MD, JD
Devin Doos, MD
Carter Duggan, MD
William Martin, MD
Andrea Purpura, MD
Emily Wagner, MD

Fellow of the Year
CPT Justin Grisham, DO | Madigan Army Medical Center

Resident of the Year
Ynhi Thomas, MD, MPH, MSc | Baylor College of Medicine 

Jean Hollister Contribution to Pre-Hospital Care Award
Faroukh Mehkri, DO | University of Connecticut Hartford Hospital 

Rosh Review “One Step Further” Award
Corlin Jewell, MD | University of Wisconsin

ACEP CORD Teaching Fellowship
Kathryn Fisher, MD | Baylor College of Medicine

Residency Director of the Year
Scott Johnson, MD, FACEP l Stony Brook University 

Associate Residency Director of the Year
Kristen Kann, MD | Brook Army Medical Center 

Residency Coordinator of the Year
Kim Watkins | North Florida Regional Medical Center 

ACEP Scientific Assembly
Kellan Etter | Des Moines University 

Critical Care Medicine Conference
Shyam Murali, MD | Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center

Barron Frazier, MD | Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Daniel Novak, DO | Maimonides Medical Center
Nicholas Stark, MD | UCSF
Vir Singh, MD, MBS | University of Central Florida
Phillip Tseng, MD, MBA, MEd | Ohio State University Medical Center

EMBRS - EM Basic Research Skills Conference
John Campo, MD | Harbor-UCLA Medical Center

EMRA Congressional Health Policy Fellowship
Owais Durrani, DO | UT Health San Antonio

Jessica Barlow, MD | Brooke Army Medical Center

Brittney Mull, MD l Harbor-UCLA Medical Center

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