This annual award is the UB medical school’s highest honor, bestowed on faculty members who have achieved worldwide recognition as researchers and have been recognized as well for significant academic accomplishment and service to the university.
The award and lecture memorialize Stockton Kimball, MD ’29, a nationally known medical educator and community leader.
He was a professor of medicine in the UB medical school for 13 years, and dean for 12 years, until his death in 1958.
A companion lecture allows the recipient to share research highlights with colleagues.
The lecture is delivered the year after the award is granted, immediately preceding the medical school’s Faculty and Staff Recognition Awards celebration, held each June.
The awardee is nominated by either a department chair or the selection committee.
Nominators must provide:
A selection committee of multidisciplinary faculty is appointed
by the dean of the UB medical school and chaired by the senior
associate dean for faculty affairs.
The award is granted to a faculty member who demonstrates:
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