CHEST 2022 Awards and Recognition

CHEST Annual Meeting 2022 | Nashville | October 16-19

Meeting Location
Music City Center
Nashville, Tennessee


REGISTER NOW

More registration info »

Each year, CHEST recognizes members who are making an impact—through their dedication to the organization, by their contributions to medical research and clinical practice, through their commitment to educating the next generation, and so much more.

Award recipients

CHEST Annual Meeting 2022 | Nashville | October 16-19

Meeting Location
Music City Center
Nashville, Tennessee


REGISTER NOW

More registration info »


Advertisement


Award Winners

Join us in recognizing the 2022 award recipients during the Opening Session on Sunday, October 17, at 3:45 pm CT.

Gerard A. Silvestri, MD, MS, FCCP
MASTER FELLOW AWARD

Gerard A. Silvestri, MD, MS, FCCP
Masters of CHEST are national or international Fellows of CHEST who have distinguished themselves by attaining professional preeminence. Because of their personal character and leadership; extraordinary contributions to medical research, clinical practice, quality improvement, or medical education; and years of enduring and outstanding service to CHEST, they have advanced chest medicine.

Aneesa M. Das, MD, FCCP
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD

Aneesa M. Das, MD, FCCP
This award is conferred to a CHEST Fellow (FCCP) who has held a CHEST leadership position; has led significant society achievements; and/or has donated time, leadership, and service to CHEST.

William R. Auger, MD, FCCP
COLLEGE MEDALIST AWARD

William R. Auger, MD, FCCP
The College Medalist Award is a long-standing CHEST tradition. This award is given for meritorious service in furthering progress in the field of diseases of the chest.

Todd W. Rice, MD, FCCP
ALFRED SOFFER AWARD FOR EDITORIAL EXCELLENCE

Todd W. Rice, MD, FCCP
This award honors Alfred Soffer, Master FCCP, Editor-in-Chief of the journal CHEST® from 1968 to 1993, and Executive Director of CHEST from 1969 to 1992. Recipients have made significant contributions to CHEST and are often world experts in their fields, have written numerous papers and abstracts, have served as primary investigators, and/or have served as a department editor of the journal CHEST.

Todd W. Rice, MD, FCCP
Mauricio Danckers, MD, FCCP
EARLY CAREER CLINICIAN EDUCATOR AWARD

Mauricio Danckers, MD, FCCP
The Early Career Clinician Educator Award recognizes the achievements of a clinician educator who has already made significant contributions to CHEST educational activities and is committed to continuing to grow as CHEST faculty.

Mauricio Danckers, MD, FCCP
Neil R. MacIntyre, MD, FCCP
MASTER CLINICIAN EDUCATOR AWARD

Neil R. MacIntyre, MD, FCCP
The Master Clinician Educator Award recognizes long-term achievements of one clinician educator who has made significant contributions to CHEST activities and has demonstrated a strong commitment to medical education throughout their career.

Neil R. MacIntyre, MD, FCCP

Scientific Abstract Awards

Alfred Soffer Research Awards

Presented abstracts will be judged by session moderators, and award recipients will be selected for their outstanding original scientific research. Finalists will be evaluated on the basis of their written abstract and the quality of their oral presentation. This award is named in honor of Alfred Soffer, MD, Master FCCP, who was Editor in Chief of the journal CHEST® from 1968 to 1993, and Executive Director of CHEST from 1969 to 1992.

Young Investigator Awards

Investigators who are enrolled in a training or fellowship program or who have completed a fellowship program within 5 years prior to CHEST 2022 are eligible for Young Investigator Awards. Presenters will be evaluated on the basis of their written abstract and presentation. Recipients will be selected by judges from the Scientific Presentations and Awards Committee for their outstanding original scientific research.

Top 5 Poster Awards

Awards will be granted to the finalists presenting the top scientific research posters. Presenters will be evaluated on the basis of their written abstract, the quality of their research, and their oral presentation. Award recipients will be selected by judges from the Scientific Presentations and Awards Committee for their outstanding original scientific research and will receive a ribbon.