Stanford Cardiovascular Institute Recognition Award
The annual Stanford Cardiovascular Institute (CVI) Recognition Award recognizes faculty members who continuously strive to improve the Institute’s culture and community.
With this award, CVI recognizes CVI faculty members whose efforts increase or celebrate the diversity of CVI members, contribute to fair and just practises that ensure CVI members thrive, and/or promote an environment of mutual respect, belonging, and inclusion at CVI.
Each year, CVI issues two awards of $3,000 each to CVI-affiliated faculty who have made exceptional contributions to our community.
Nomination Deadline: TBD 2024
2023 CVI Recognition Awardees
Stanford W. Ascherman Professor of Genetics
Awarded for his active participation in activities that strengthen the CVI community and his continuous efforts to improve the culture and community.
Associate Professor of Pediatrics (Cardiology)
Awarded for her active participation in activities that strengthen the CVI community and her continuous efforts to improve the culture and community.
2022 CVI Recognition Awardees
Associate Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery
Recognized for her efforts leading and providing educational opportunities for CVI members and active participation in numerous activities that strengthen the CVI community.
Assistant Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine
Recognized for her efforts promoting inclusion and mentorship for career advancement of early career scientists, especially women trainees and junior faculty members.
Inaugural CVI Recognition Awardees
Associate Professor of Medicine (Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine)
Recognized for his efforts in mentorship, participation and directorship of diversity training grant programs, and in planning new initiatives to strengthen the CVI community.
Professor of Medicine (Cardiovascular Medicine)
Recognized for her efforts towards promoting the career advancement of early career scientists, especially female and underrepresented minority trainees and junior faculty.