John Phillips Memorial Award for Outstanding Work in Clinical Medicine

This award is bestowed for outstanding lifetime work in clinical medicine that has been innovative and/or had a regional or national impact. Clinical medicine shall be interpreted to include all aspects of clinical research or practice of medicine. The recipient shall hold a medical degree. If the awardee has not previously been elected to MACP, the candidate will be elected to MACP when awarded.

Nominating and supporting letters should address:

  • Significant contributions that the nominee has made to clinical medicine.
  • How the work has been innovative or has had a regional or national impact.
  • Whether and how the nominee’s contributions have been sustained over time.

Established: 1929

In honor of the late Dr. John Phillips, former Governor and Regent of the College.

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