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Faculty Faculty Recognition

Faculty Recognition

At NYU Long Island School of Medicine, we are proud of the achievements of our faculty in medicine and academia.

Faculty Promotions 2021

NYU Long Island School of Medicine promoted 39 people in 11 departments last year. Learn more about our faculty promotions.

Dean’s Faculty Awards 2021–22

Faculty are essential to any educational institution. They are valued, competed for, and embraced by leadership, colleagues, and students alike. Faculty bring perspective, wisdom, numerous skills, and passion to educating the next generation of physicians and academics. Some of the attributes most admired in our NYU Long Island School of Medicine faculty are devotion to the art and skill of education, compassion, commitment to the growth of others, and a willingness to extend beyond defined responsibilities on behalf of trainees.

Our first annual Dean’s Awards consisted of the following categories:

  • Excellence in Pre-Clinical Education
  • Excellence in Clinical Education
  • Achievement in Basic or Health Services Research
  • Achievement in Clinical Research or Scholarship
  • Excellence in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Our faculty members are invaluable to NYU Long Island School of Medicine, and we congratulate them on their achievements.

Excellence in Pre-Clinical Education Award

This award is presented to faculty members who have distinguished themselves in the organization and presentation of course material during phase one of the MD curriculum at NYU Long Island School of Medicine. The following recipients were nominated by their peers or students and have demonstrated consistent dedication to and excellence in the performance of our educational mission.

Nobuyuki Miyawaki, MD
Ralph K. Della Ratta, MD

Excellence in Clinical Education Award

This award is presented to faculty members who have distinguished themselves in the organization and precepting of students during phases two and three of our MD curriculum. Recipients below have been nominated by their peers or students and have demonstrated consistent dedication to and excellence in performance of the educational mission of NYU Long Island School of Medicine during clerkships and elective courses.

Asif Noor, MD
Jamie C. Yedowitz-Freeman, DO

Achievement in Basic or Health Services Research Award

This award is presented to faculty members who have made outstanding contributions to their field and to NYU Long Island School of Medicine’s community of scholars and students. This year’s recipient is Louis Ragolia, PhD.

Achievement in Clinical Research or Scholarship Award

This award is presented to faculty members who have made outstanding contributions to their field and have made exceptional efforts to further clinical research and scholarship at NYU Long Island School of Medicine. This year’s recipient is Steven E. Carsons, MD.

Excellence in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Award

This award is presented to faculty members who have made outstanding contributions to excellence in diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Outstanding examples of excellence in diversity, equity, and inclusion can include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • promoting a welcoming and supportive environment to all faculty, staff, and learners
  • improving awareness related to diversity, inclusion, bias, and healthcare disparities
  • engaging in the local community and with others at NYU Long Island School of Medicine, with a focus on advancing health equity and reducing barriers to accessing care
  • leading efforts to eliminate health inequalities and improve health outcomes locally, regionally, or globally
  • mentoring individuals from groups that are marginalized based on race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, and disability
  • demonstrating leadership in diversity, equity, or inclusion activities
  • initiating innovative approaches to encourage diversity, ensure equity, and foster inclusion through research, innovation, and education

This year’s recipient is Dana Ribeiro Miller, MDiv, LCSW, ACHP-SW.