Division of Infectious Diseases

Congratulations to UNMC ID Faculty designated as Top Teachers for 2018!

After every rotation, medical students and Internal Medicine Residents at UNMC submit evaluations on their faculty members. The Department of Internal Medicine pools all of the evaluation data and designates the faculty with the top 33% of evaluation scores as “Top Teachers”.  For the year 2018, three of our Infectious Disease faculty members who attend on the General ID Service and participate in Medical Student Education were awarded this honor.

Meet our Internal Medicine 2018 Top Teachers from UNMC ID!

Dr. Sara Bares 

Assistant Professor of Medicine; Associate Director of the Specialty Care Clinic; Director of the UNMC COM HIV Enhanced Medical Education Track; Co-Director of UNMC COM Defenses & Invaders Microbiology Course

Dr. Jasmine Marcelin

Assistant Professor of Medicine; Associate Medical Director, Nebraska Medicine Antimicrobial Stewardship Program; Associate Medical Director, Nebraska Medicine Infection Control & Epidemiology; Co-Director of the UNMC COM HIV Enhanced Medical Education Track; Co-Director of Digital Innovation & Social Media Strategy for Division of Infectious Diseases

Dr. Trevor Van Schooneveld

Associate Professor of Medicine; Medical Director, Nebraska Medicine Antimicrobial Stewardship Program; Program Director, UNMC Infectious Disease Fellowship; Associate Medical Director, Nebraska Medicine Infection Control & Epidemiology

The UNMC ID Division would like to congratulate Drs. Sara Bares, Jasmine Marcelin, and Trevor Van Schooneveld for being awarded Top Teachers in 2018.

This is the 4rd Top teacher award for Dr. Bares, and 9th for Dr. Van Schooneveld. Dr. Marcelin received the award for 2018 in her first year of eligibility since joining the UNMC ID faculty. 

This is yet another testament to our Division’s commitment to Medical Education and growing the next generation of Infectious Disease Doctors!


 

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