The Wallace T. Miller Award

 

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Wallace T. Miller Award
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As the associate professor of radiology at Columbia University Medical Center in New York, Gul Moonis, MD, is trained in the field of neuroradiology, the branch of radiology that concerns the nervous system. Dr. Gul Moonis also serves New York-Presbyterian Hospital as an associate attending radiologist. She has received a number of awards for teaching, including the Wallace T. Miller Award from the University of Pennsylvania.

The Wallace T. Miller Award is named for a doctor who dedicated his life to the field of radiology and was a professor emeritus in the University of Pennsylvania radiology department. Dr. Miller himself garnered a number of awards during his life. He passed away at the age of 81 in 2013.

The Wallace T. Miller Award was established in 2001 to honor the work Dr. Miller had accomplished. The award is given to those who show exceptional ability in the area of radiology residency education.

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