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35TH ANNIVERSARY GALA: THREE ALUMNI HONORED

On Saturday, June 9, 2007, the UC Davis School of Medicine celebrated its 35th Anniversary Gala: "Honoring the Past, Celebrating the Future" at the Education Building and F. William Blaisdell Medical Library. At the event, three alumni from UC Davis School of Medicine received top awards for 2007:

 "" Vice Chancellor Claire Pomeroy presents award to Dr. Reginald Low.
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Vice Chancellor Claire Pomeroy presents award to Dr. Reginald Low.
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Distinguished Alumnus Award

The Distinguished Alumnus Award, established in 1988, was created to give recognition annually to an Alumna/us of UC Davis School of Medicine or the UC Davis Medical Center for contributions to society and distinguishing themselves through outstanding achievements in medicine. Dr. Reginald Low, UC Davis Health System Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine, received the Distinguished Alumnus Award for his work as a leading global interventional cardiologist. Often called "the cardiologists' cardiologist" by his peers, Dr. Low has grown UC Davis' cardiovascular medicine program into one of the strongest in the country.



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Dr. Joan E. Baumer
 
   

Humanitarian Award

The Humanitarian Award, established in 1990 was created to give recognition annually to an Alumna/us of the UC Davis School of Medicine or the UC Davis Medical Center for outstanding contributions to their community through distinguished public service. Dr. Joan E. Baumer, Chair of Family Medicine at the John Peter Smith Health Network in Fort Worth, Texas, received the Humanitarian Award for her decades-long outreach efforts in areas such as women's health, substance abuse, sexual abuse, teen health, and rural health care. She actively led several institutions in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to provide health care, medicine and social services for thousands of evacuees from hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005.



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Dr. Ellen Feigel.
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Transformational Leadership Award

Dr. Ellen Feigal, received UC Davis Health System's first-ever Transformational Leadership Award, which honors someone who has "enhanced the profession, improved the welfare of the general public, provided for personal distinction and brought honor to our university." Her collaborative work with organizations such as the FDA, the National Cancer Institute, the Translational Genomics Institute and the Critical Path Institute are helping to cut through red tape and bring lifesaving drugs to patients as quickly and safely as possible.

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