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Congratulations to the 2022 Graduating Class!

Posted by on Tuesday, May 31, 2022 in Alumni, Honors and Awards .

Congratulations to our 2022 MSTP Graduates! The table below lists their next steps. 

Abin AbrahamPediatricsChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia
Lizzie FlookPsychiatryUniversity of Pennsylvania
Caleb FordOrthopedic SurgeryWashington University in St. Louis
Hernán GonzálezNeurosurgeryUniversity of California - San Diego
Aaron LimDiagnostic RadiologyBrigham & Women's Hospital
Joe LuchsingerPsychiatryYale University
Kevin ManzNeurologyYale University
Victoria MartucciPediatrics/Medical GeneticsUniversity of Colorado
Elizabeth MooreNeurologyBrigham & Women's Hospital/Mass General
Benjamin ReismanInternal MedicineJohns Hopkins University
Cody StothersEmergency MedicineUniversity of Cincinnati
David TovarAsst. Research Prof. & Computational NeuroscientistVanderbilt & Facebook Reality Labs
Jack WalkerPediatricsChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia
Patrick WuIndustryScientist, Genentech

Several of our graduates were recognized with awards at class day!

Benjamin Reisman received the Albert Weinstein Prize in Medicine from the Department of Medicine. This award recognizes graduating students who have demonstrated high academic achievement, superior clinical competence, and the qualities of dedication and professionalism that characterize the good physician.

Lizzie Flook received the Beauchamp Scholarship from the Department of Psychiatry which is awarded to the student showing the greatest progress in the field of psychiatry.

Jack Walker received the David N. Orth Award in Endocrinology from the Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Metabolism. This award recognizes the graduating medical student who has demonstrated outstanding performance in clinical or research endocrinology.

Jack Walker received the Richard B. Johnson, Jr. Award from the Department of Pediatrics. This award is presented to a graduating student entering pediatrics who has demonstrated excellence in academic scholarship and an extraordinary commitment to clinical medicine exemplifying the highest professional standards of the physician scientist.

Aaron Lim received the Roentgen Award from the Department of Radiology and Radiological services. This award is given to a graduating medical student who has made important contributions in one of the radiological sciences during their years of study. Named for Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen, a pioneer in diagnostic radiology, the award recognizes discoveries in either clinical or research areas.

Elizabeth Moore received the American Academy of Neurology Medical Student Prize for Excellence in Neurology from the Department of Neurology. This award is to recognize medical students for excellence in clinical neurology.


Hernan Gonzalez, Kevin Manz, and Elizabeth Moore received the Dean’s Award for Research.