Green and Nosanchuk Elected ACP Fellows
Image: Dr. Joshua Nosanchuk, Associate Professor, Infectious Diseases
Drs. Eric Green (General Internal Medicine) and Joshua Nosanchuk (Infectious Diseases) have been elected to the status of Fellow in the American College of Physicians (ACP).
ACP fellowship is an honor achieved by those recognized by their peers for personal integrity, superior competence in internal medicine, professional accomplishment, and demonstrated scholarship. It may be achieved by either advancement from ACP Membership or, in exceptional cases, by direct election. Honorary fellowships are granted to presidents or their equivalents of medical societies abroad who attend ACP’s annual Internal Medicine meeting.
ACP fellows are authorized to use the letters FACP (Fellow of the American College of Physicians) in connection with their professional activities for as long as their membership remains current. They have the right to vote, hold office, and sponsor applicants for membership and fellowship. Fellows are inducted at a Convocation ceremony held during ACP’s annual Internal Medicine meeting.
Infectious Diseases Faculty Achievements
The IDSA president-elect has asked Dr. Joshua Nosanchuk to serve a two-year term as chair of the Joint Research Awards Committee.
Nosanchuk Awarded Hirschl Scholarship and ID Course Directorship
Dr. Joshua Nosanchuk has been named a Scholar of the Irma T. Hirsch and Monique Weill-Caulier Research Award program, which supports talented biomedical scientists committed to careers in academic research, particularly those who exhibit an exceptional potential for high quality productive research. Nosanchuk is also the director of the Einstein Microbiology and Infectious Diseases course.