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Best Published Research
 Paper of the Year Award

 
Inaugurated in 2000, the purpose of this award is to help members gain recognition for papers that have made significant contributions to generalist research.

Who Should be Nominated?

  • Nominations are open -- anyone, including the author can nominate a paper
  • The nominee or first author of the paper must be a current member of SGIM
  • The paper must have been published in the calendar year (January 1 - December 31) previous to the national meeting
  • Selection will be based upon the contribution the paper has made to generalist research

What do I Need to Nominate?

  • A formal nomination letter of one single-spaced page or less, stating reasons the nominee should receive the Best Research Paper award
  • A clean copy of the paper
  • Current contact information for the nominee

 

Ready to Nominate? 

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Important Dates

October 12th

Award nominations open 

December 31st

Nominations close at 11:59 PM ET

May 8-11, 2019

Award presentations and acknowledgements at the 2019 SGIM Annual Meeting 

Past Recipients

2018  Michael L. Barnett
2017  Victoria L. Tang
2016 Rebecca T. Brown
2015  Richard Saitz 
2014  Gail L. Daumit 
2013  Alexander Smith 
2012     Lawrence J. Appel
2011  Amal N. Trivedi
2010  Kevin Volpp  
2009  Elbert S. Huang
2008  J. Michael McWilliams 
2007  Rachel M. Werner
2006  Richard L. Kravitz
2005  Bruce E. Landon 
2004  Thomas H. Gallagher
2003  Thomas M. Gill
2002  Brian F. Gage
2001  Wendy Levinson
2000  John Ayanian