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Award & Scholarship Recipients

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 The North American Menopause Society (NAMS) is pleased to announce the recipients of the Society's 2021 awards. 

Recognition Awards

SantoroNanette
NAMS/Thomas B Clarkson Outstanding Clinical and Basic Science Research Award
This award recognizes a NAMS member’s outstanding menopause-related clinical or basic science research.
 
Recipient: 
Nanette F Santoro, MD
Aurora, Colorado

PaceDiane
NAMS/Leon Speroff Outstanding Educator Award
This award recognizes a NAMS member’s excellence in menopause-related education of clinicians or the general public.

Recipient:
Diane Todd Pace, PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, NCMP, IF, FAANP, FAAN
Memphis, Tennessee

BachmannGloria
NAMS/Ann Voda Community Service Award
This award recognizes a NAMS member's outstanding community service.

Recipient:
Gloria A Bachmann, MD
New Brunswick, New Jersey

KaganRisa
NAMS Certified Menopause Practitioner (NCMP) of the Year
This award recognizes one current NAMS Certified Menopause Practitioner (NCMP) for outstanding work to his/her patients.

Recipient:
Risa Kagan, MD, FACOG, CCD, NCMP
Berkeley, California

CoslovNina
NAMS Media Award
This award recognizes a media professional whose body of work, through any consumer media outlet (ie, print, television, radio, Internet), has served to expand the knowledge and understanding of menopause.

Recipient:
Nina Coslov, MBA
Cambridge, Massachusetts

SantoroNanette

NAMS/Menopause Best Paper Award
This award recognizes the best paper published in Menopause in 2020. The recipient is selected by the Editor-in-Chief of the journal.

Recipient:
Nanette F Santoro, MD
Aurora, Colorado

Effect of neurokinin 3 receptor antagonist fezolinetant on patient-reported outcomes in postmenopausal women with vasomotor symptoms: results of a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind, dose-ranging study (VESTA)

Menopause. 2020; 27: 1350-1356.


Trainee Travel Awards

These awards are funded by generous donations from the NAMS membership during 2019-2020. Four trainees were selected on the basis of their focus on midlife women’s health issues. They will each receive travel funds to attend the 2021 NAMS Annual Meeting.

BauteaudJeane
Jeanne Bouteaud, MDCM MSc, FRCSC
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

CohnAviva
Aviva Cohn, MD
Boston, Massachusetts

MorrisJoshua
Joshua Morris, MD, MA, NCMP

Memphis, Tennessee

ReedKathleen
Kathleen Reed, DNP(s), RN
Memphis, Tennessee


New Investigator Awards

These awards recognize the outstanding abstract submissions of three investigators who have achieved their degree within the past 7 years.

FineAlexa
Alexa Fine, BSc (Hons) 
Kingston, ON, Canada

JakubowskiKaren
Karen Jakubowski, PhD 
Pittsburgh, PA

DuBoseLyndsey
Lyndsey DuBose, PhD 
Aurora, CO

QiMeiyuzhen
Meiyuzhen Qi, MPH
Pittsburgh, PA



Endowment Scholarship

BerglinMendy


The NAMS/Irwin J. Kerber Scholarship Endowment, provided through a generous endowment to the Society in 2011provides one medical resident working in women’s health with a NAMS membership, a travel stipend, and complimentary Annual Meeting attendance.

Recipient:
Mendy Berglin, DO
San Antonio, Texas

2021 NAMS Awards Committee

Holly Thomas MD, MS—Chair
Amanda Clark, MD, MCR, NCMP
Yamnia Cortes, PhD, MPH, FNP-BC, FAHA
Mary Beth Peterson, MD, NCMP
Makeba Williams, MD, FACOG, NCMP

 



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