Dr Andrew Shurman Recognized for Excellence in Clinical Teaching
St. Luke's Radiologist Recognized by Temple University School of Medicine for Excellence in Clinical Teaching
(l-r) Arthur Feldman, MD, PhD, Executive Dean,
Temple University School of Medicine
and Chief Academic Officer, Temple University
Health System; Andrew Shurman, MD, recipient
of the Blockley-Osler Award for Excellence in
Clinical Teaching; and Gerald Sterling, PhD,
Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education,
Temple University Health System celebrate
the recognition from the fourth year class
at Temple University School of Medicine.
Bethlehem, PA (5/29/2013) – Allentown physician Andrew Shurman, MD, recently was recognized by the fourth-year class at Temple University School of Medicine to receive the Blockley-Osler Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching. The honor is awarded annually to a physician-member of the faculty who teaches in affiliated hospitals on which Temple medical students rotate.
Dr. Shurman graduated from the Temple University School of Medicine, Class of 2000. He completed his residency in radiology at Albert Einstein Medical Center and his fellowship in Neuroradiology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, both in Philadelphia. He has been teaching radiology to medical students and residents at St. Luke's University Hospital - Bethlehem for the last seven years and considers it an honor to contribute to the future of medicine by teaching medical students.
Teaching Medical Students is Extremely Rewarding
“Being able to teach medical students is an extremely rewarding part of being a physician at a teaching hospital. Interacting with the students, participating in their education and having the privilege of helping to shape the practice of medicine for years to come is an enormous honor,” said Dr. Shurman. “Being recognized for something that I truly enjoy doing is very fortunate.”
Dr. Shurman's clinical practice focuses on a combination of neuroradiology and diagnostic imaging. Neuroradiology includes interpreting brain, head, neck and spine magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies and cerebrovascular computed tomography (CT) angiography studies. Diagnostic imaging includes interpreting body CT, ultrasound and general radiography.
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