BEMH medical student Nicholas Love has won the Japanese Medical Society of America Scholarship Award for his project “Initiate discussion and exchange of knowledge between the United States and Japan regarding medical mnemonics”

BEMH medical student Nicholas Love won a Stanford Healthy Campus 2020 Mental Health and Well-Being Student Mini-Grant for his project, “We Are Stanford.”


Congratulations to the following Medicine and the Muse Affiliated Faculty won awards this spring:

Andrew Nevins, MD, clinical associate professor of medicine, received the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Award for Excellence in Preclinical Teaching.  

Erika Schillinger, MD, clinical professor of medicine, received the Franklin G. Ebaugh, Jr. Award for Excellence in Advising Medical Students.

Darren Salmi, MD, clinical assistant professor of surgery and of pathology, received the Lawrence H. Mathers Award for Exceptional Commitment to Teaching and Active Involvement in Medical School Education.

Sakti Srivastava, MD, associate professor of surgery, director of Digital MEdIC and chief of clinical anatomy, received the Award for Excellence in Promotion of the Learning Environment and Student Wellness.

Samuel Rodriguez, MD, clinical assistant professor of anesthesiology, perioperative and pain medicine, received the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Teaching Award for Outstanding and Innovative Contributions to Medical Education.

Additionally, BEMH Scholarly Concentration graduate Lindsay Sceats, MD (surgery resident) and Pegasus Physician Writer Jessica Gold, MD (psychiatry resident) won Arnold P. Gold Foundation Awards for Humanism and Excellence in Teaching.


Dr. Samuel Rodriguez, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine; Affiliated Faculty, Stanford Medicine & the Muse Program; Vice Chair, Stanford SoM Art Committee, has won the 2017 Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Teaching Award for Outstanding and Innovative Contributions to Medical Education. He teaches SOMGEN 213 The Art of Observation: Enhancing Clinical Skills Through Visual Analysis and ANES 75Q The Art of Medical Diagnosis: Enhancing Observational Skills through the Study of Art


Carolyn Sinow (MD candidate and BEMH student) was awarded one of the Stanford Medical Student Research Symposium Awards for her project: “Alterations in Spanish language interpretation during pediatric critical care family meetings” (Carloyn Sinow, David Magnus [mentor])


Emily Liu (MD candidate and BEMH student) wins the 2016 WGEA New Investigator Award for presenting: "Practicing Well: Student Perspectives on a Bioethics and Medical Humanities Scholarly Concentration Program" (Emily Liu, Jason Batten, Audrey Shafer)

June 2016
Ali Tahvildari, MD (Medicine & the Muse affiliated faculty) was awarded best assistant professor teacher of the year by the Stanford Radiology Department


June 2013
Amrapali Maitra (MD and PhD candidate, BEMH student) wins the Bernard J. Siegel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Written Expression by a Ph.D. Student in Cultural and Social Anthropology

June 3, 2013
Undergraduate Megan Winkelman wins the Francisco Lopes Prize from the Program in Feminist Studies for her thesis, In Ruins: A Novella, about women and mental health.

March 2013
Medical student/anthropology graduate student Amrapali Maitra is selected as a Soros Fellow.


Medical student Kendall Madden wins Honorable Mention in the 2012 William Carlos Williams Poetry Contest sponsored by Northeast Ohio Medical University


Medical Student Brian Anderson wins annual student paper prize, The Society for Medical Anthropology's Alcohol, Drug & Tobacco Study Group

Undergraduate Megan Winkelman, Chappell Lougee Scholarship, proposal Lonely Bodies: A Creative Nonfiction Novel Exploring Depression, Love and Growth


Medical student Simon Hanft, William Bean Student Research Award, American Osler Society


Medical student Sarah Bein, Katherine McCormick Fund for Women Travel Award


Undergraduate Sara Auld, Stanford University BA ’01 Deans Academic Achievement Award for leadership in the Medical Humanities Lecture Series