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Established in 2009, the Distinguished Postdoc Mentor Award is awarded on an annual basis to faculty members who excel in the mentoring of postdoctoral scholars. A good mentor not only teaches their mentees but also serves as an advocate, advisor and positive role model during the period of direct training and most often, in the following years.
Nominations must be made by a postdoctoral scholar at UB, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Research Institute on Addictions, or Hauptman-Woodward Institute, and are limited to one nomination per postdoc, per year. Nominations will be collected in the fall semester and winners will be selected in the spring semester.
Thank you for your nominations. Read about our most recent award winner.
A nominee must be a faculty member of the University at Buffalo. Awardees are not eligible to receive the Distinguished Postdoc Mentor Award in consecutive years. The following attributes will be considered in the selection of award recipients:
The recipient of the award will be chosen by the Distinguished Postdoc Mentor Award Selection Committee, which will consist of faculty and postdocs.
|2021||R. Lorraine Collins||Community Health and Health Behavior|
Urban and Regional Planning
David A. Kofke
Chemical and Biological Engineering
|2018||Peter F. Biehl ||Anthropology|
|2017||Gregory G. Homish||Community Health and Health Behavior|
|2017||Wenyao Xu ||Computer Science and Engineering|
|2016||Mira Edgerton||Oral Biology|
|2015||Greg A. Valentine ||Geography|
|2014 ||Richard J. Salvi ||Communicative Disorders and Sciences |
|2013||M. Laura Feltri ||Biochemistry|
|2012||Marilyn E. Morris||Pharmaceutical Sciences|
|2011||Margarita L. Dubocovich ||Pharmacology and Toxicology|
|2010||Laurie K. Read ||Microbiology and Immunology|