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  • Dec 02, 2019

Jason G. Umans, MD, PhD receives 2019 Estelle Ramey Mentoring Award


Georgetown Women in Medicine at the Georgetown University Medical Center has named Jason G. Umans, MD, PhD the recipient of the 2019 Estelle Ramey Mentoring Award. This award was established in 2000 to honor faculty who have provided outstanding encouragement, support, and mentorship for Georgetown medical women faculty employed by Georgetown University and MedStar Health to reach their maximum professional potential.

Dr. Umans is a member of the GHUCCTS Executive Committee, co-director of the GHUCCTS KL2 Scholars Program, and co-lead for the Translational Workforce Development team within GHUCCTS. Please visit Dr. Umans' faculty profile page for a more detailed description of his contributions to Georgetown University.

Congratulations Dr. Umans!

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