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Between 1979 and 2004, Frank M. Calia, MD, was honored by
medical students with 24 teaching awards-- both Golden Apple and
Teacher of the Year. He received Teacher of the Year from the
Maryland Higher Education Council (representing all colleges and
universities in Maryland) and Teacher of the Year by the University
System of Maryland. In 2000, Dr. Calia received the AOA Robert J.
Glaser Distinguished Teacher Award from the AAMC. He was vice dean
of the University of Maryland School of Medicine twice, and acting
and interim chair of Medicine. From 2006 to 2010, Dr. Calia served
as the Theodore E. Woodward M.D. Professor and Chair of Medicine.
He served as acting chair of the Departments of Diagnostic
Radiology, Ophthalmology and Radiation Oncology. Dr. Calia was
Interim Chief Medical Officer at the University of Maryland Medical
Center. He has contributed to 10 books and over 50 publications in
refereed journals. He is a Diplomate of the ABIM and the ABIM in
Infectious Diseases. Dr. Calia was elected to ACP Mastership in
This award, which was established by the Board of Regents on
April 5, 1968, as the American College of Physicians Distinguished
Teacher Award, was renamed for Dr. Desforges on January 27, 2007.
It is bestowed upon a Fellow or Master of the College who has
demonstrated the ennobling qualities of a great teacher as judged
by the acclaim and accomplishments of former students who have been
inspired and have achieved positions of leadership in the field of
medical education, primarily as teachers.