Recent Awards of the PMR Program Graduates
Carolyn Grosvenor, MD MPH, (graduate of 2006) has been honored by the University at Albany by receiving the Alumni Association’s Excellence in Community Service Award for all the work she does with disadvantaged people in Albany, Texas, and points beyond – not to mention all the things she does for the residency program! Congratulations, Carolyn, and thank you for all the hard work you do!
To read more about Carolyn Grosvenor, MD MPH, click here
Another PMR graduate – Sara Brenner, MD MPH (2009) - made it to the news in the Capital Region. She was one of seven local honorees who received the Woman of Excellence award. This year’s seven honorees are women of varying ages and professions, and while their areas of work, interests, study and skill are all different, all are smart, hard-working, passionate professionals. Sara was nominated and received the Woman of Excellence award in the emerging professional category. The annual ceremony took place at the luncheon on June 13, 2012, held by the Albany-Colonie Chamber of Commerce. Congratulations to Sara from all of us!
View a YouTube video of the nomination luncheon from June 13, 2012
To read more about Sara Brenner, MD MPH, click here
Anthrax Public Health Preparedness Drill
This November, the residents helped lead a public health preparedness drill in collaboration with UAlbany's Center for Public Health Preparedness, the Rensselaer County and NYS health departments and the Albany College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. To read more about the drill, read our program newsletter.
The Incident Commander, Dr. Alda Osinaga (Preventive Medicine Resident), giving her team instructions.
The Medical Evaluation team (left: Dr. Omotayo Majekodunmi; right: Dr. Mary Applegate)
Residents preparing for the drill
POD in action, Resident Dr. Michael Caldwell giving out the final forms.