Aquilina, a first-year M.D. student, accepted a proclamation issued by her Virginia hometown in encouragement of Native American visibility.
Desir, who was inducted as president of ACR on Nov. 14, is the organization’s first African American president, and its first woman of color in the role.
The award is presented annually to a veteran of the United States Armed Forces who has shown a selfless commitment to community and public service.
A physician-scientist and alumnus of the Yale School of Medicine, Kim is interested in the autoimmune complications induced by cancer immunotherapy.
Yale Police Officer Cotto, along with three officers from Yale New Haven Hospital, were recently recognized by YNHH Protective Services for heroism.
Two leaders from the Section of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine were honored at this year’s American College of Chest Physicians meeting in Hawaii.
Puri was recognized with the American Physics Society’s premier early career award in the field of quantum information for her work on quantum noise correction.
Solomon was recognized by Society of Experimental Social Psychology for “scientific contributions made in the early-to-mid stages of a research career.”
Yale’s Susan J. Baserga, Gail D’Onofrio, and Emily Ai-hua Wang were recognized for outstanding professional achievement and commitment to service.
The Yale chapter of the Society of Women Engineers was recently recognized with its Silver Mission Award and a Best Practice Award in Communication.