Distinguished Clinical Service Award
- Recognizes individuals who combine the art of medicine with the skills demanded by the scientific body of knowledge in service to patients.
- Exemplifies leadership and excellence in the practice of nephrology and whose time is spent primarily in the delivery of patient care.
- Has initiated or been involved in volunteer programs or has provided volunteer service post-training.
ASN's Midcareer Awards recognize midcareer clinicians, educators, health professionals, and researchers.
Nominations open February 16, 2021. To nominate a candidate, submit one letter of nomination and the nominee's curriculum vitae (CV) to ASN Operations Coordinator Molly Harrison at email@example.com by Friday, April 2, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. EDT.
- ASN can only accept one nomination letter per candidate; however, the letter may have multiple signatories.
- The ASN Strategic Plan establishes the goal to increase diversity - including age, experience, race, ethnicity, and gender - at all levels of the society, including ASN's awards.
ASN defines midcareer professionals as the following:
- Between 10 and 20 years from completion of nephrology training or
- Persons at the assistant or associate professor level (or equivalent rank in nonacademic institutions) or
- With at least 10 years' experience after completing nephrology training.
- A 12-month extension will be considered per childbirth during the 10 to 20-year timeframe. Women, men, and those who adopt are eligible for the extension. To be considered for an extension, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Active, Corresponding, and Affiliate members are eligible for these awards.
- 2021 Maureen E. Brogan, MD
- 2021 Michelle A. Hladunewich, MD, MS, FASN
- 2020 Derek M. Fine, MD
- 2020 Vandana Dua Niyyar, MD, FASN
- 2019 Duvuru Geetha, MD, FASN
- 2019 Jay L. Koyner, MD