Marilyn K. Speedie, B.S.Pharm., Ph.D., Dean of the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy, is the recipient of the 2014 Remington Honor Medal, the highest honor bestowed by the American Pharmacists Association (APhA). Speedie was selected in recognition of the professional achievements, innovations and advancements she has contributed to the pharmacy profession.
Last night the University of Minnesota won three awards at the Leaders in Health Care Awards event hosted by Minnesota Business Magazine. The awards are dedicated to those who are leading the way in Minnesota’s health care industry.
Winners from the University of Minnesota include:
The late Theodore Thompson, M.D., was the winner of the Lifetime Achievement category. This award goes to an individual who has made major accomplishments in Minnesota’s health care industry over two or more decades.
Video Guidance, the University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital video conferencing partner, also won an award in the Software/Web category. This award recognizes a Minnesota-based company that has launched software or an online service that is innovative, effective, and targeted at the health care industry.
For a complete list of finalists and winners please visit here.
Congrats to all the finalists and winners!
Today, Minnesota Business Magazine will announce the Leaders in Health Care Awards recipients and the University of Minnesota and Amplatz Children’s Hospital are finalists in several categories including:
In addition to these award finalists, the late Theodore Thompson, M.D., is the winner of the Lifetime Achievement category.
Finalists will be profiled in an upcoming article in the November 2013 edition of Minnesota Business Magazine. For a complete list of finalists please visit here.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently recognized two University of Minnesota doctors for excellence in biomedical research. Demetris Yannopoulos, M.D., a Lillehei Heart Institute researcher and interventional cardiologist with University of Minnesota Physicians Heart at Fairview, received the Transformative Research award and Anna Tischler, Ph.D., a microbiologist within the University of Minnesota Medical School, was honored with the New Innovator award.