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Robert Sargis , MD, PhD

Visiting Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Office Phone: 312-996-6060 Publications Website: PubMed Clinical Website: Profile
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Biographical Info

Education History

Medical School: 1997-2005: Rush University (MD/PhD)
Residency: 2005-2007: Internal Medicine, Physician-Scientist Development Program, University of Chicago
Fellowship: 2007-2010: Section of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism, Physician-Scientist Development Program, University of Chicago

List of Accomplishments/Awards/Honor 

2016: Junior Faculty Development Award, American Diabetes Association

2016: Frizzell Family Memorial Lecture, Program on the Global Environment, University of Chicago

2013: Early Career Development Award, Central Society for Clinical and Translational Research, Milwaukee, WI

2013: Brinson Foundation Junior Investigator Award, Brinson Foundation, Chicago, IL

2012: Central Society for Clinical Research K Award Grant, Combined Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

2012: Bucksbaum Institute Associate Junior Faculty Scholar, Bucksbaum Institute for Clinical Excellence, University of Chicago

2010: Mentored Clinical Scientist Research Career Development Award (K08), National Institutes of Health

2009: Travel Award, The Endocrine Society.

2006: Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine.

2005: Department of Biochemistry Nominee for the Graduate College Award for Excellence in Research, Rush University.

2005: Dean’s Award for Student Leadership and Service, Rush University.

2002: Sigma Xi Award for Outstanding Student Research, Rush University.

1998: Dean’s Fellowship for Summer Research, Rush Medical College, “Role of Plasma Enzymes in the Detoxification of Oxidized Lipids.”

1997 Distinction in Senior Integrative Exercise, Carleton College, “An Historical Exploration of the Theory that Chlorine-containing Compounds Catalyze the Destruction of Stratospheric Ozone.”

Categories: DOM – Endocrinology – Faculty

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Robert Sargis , MD, PhD

Visiting Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Office Phone: 312-996-6060 Publications Website: PubMed Clinical Website: Profile
Photo of Robert Sargis , MD, PhD

Biographical Info

Education History

Medical School: 1997-2005: Rush University (MD/PhD)
Residency: 2005-2007: Internal Medicine, Physician-Scientist Development Program, University of Chicago
Fellowship: 2007-2010: Section of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism, Physician-Scientist Development Program, University of Chicago

List of Accomplishments/Awards/Honor 

2016: Junior Faculty Development Award, American Diabetes Association

2016: Frizzell Family Memorial Lecture, Program on the Global Environment, University of Chicago

2013: Early Career Development Award, Central Society for Clinical and Translational Research, Milwaukee, WI

2013: Brinson Foundation Junior Investigator Award, Brinson Foundation, Chicago, IL

2012: Central Society for Clinical Research K Award Grant, Combined Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

2012: Bucksbaum Institute Associate Junior Faculty Scholar, Bucksbaum Institute for Clinical Excellence, University of Chicago

2010: Mentored Clinical Scientist Research Career Development Award (K08), National Institutes of Health

2009: Travel Award, The Endocrine Society.

2006: Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine.

2005: Department of Biochemistry Nominee for the Graduate College Award for Excellence in Research, Rush University.

2005: Dean’s Award for Student Leadership and Service, Rush University.

2002: Sigma Xi Award for Outstanding Student Research, Rush University.

1998: Dean’s Fellowship for Summer Research, Rush Medical College, “Role of Plasma Enzymes in the Detoxification of Oxidized Lipids.”

1997 Distinction in Senior Integrative Exercise, Carleton College, “An Historical Exploration of the Theory that Chlorine-containing Compounds Catalyze the Destruction of Stratospheric Ozone.”

Categories: DOM – Endocrinology – Faculty

Staff

Robert Sargis , MD, PhD

Visiting Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Office Phone: 312-996-6060 Publications Website: PubMed Clinical Website: Profile
Photo of Robert Sargis , MD, PhD

Biographical Info

Education History

Medical School: 1997-2005: Rush University (MD/PhD)
Residency: 2005-2007: Internal Medicine, Physician-Scientist Development Program, University of Chicago
Fellowship: 2007-2010: Section of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism, Physician-Scientist Development Program, University of Chicago

List of Accomplishments/Awards/Honor 

2016: Junior Faculty Development Award, American Diabetes Association

2016: Frizzell Family Memorial Lecture, Program on the Global Environment, University of Chicago

2013: Early Career Development Award, Central Society for Clinical and Translational Research, Milwaukee, WI

2013: Brinson Foundation Junior Investigator Award, Brinson Foundation, Chicago, IL

2012: Central Society for Clinical Research K Award Grant, Combined Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

2012: Bucksbaum Institute Associate Junior Faculty Scholar, Bucksbaum Institute for Clinical Excellence, University of Chicago

2010: Mentored Clinical Scientist Research Career Development Award (K08), National Institutes of Health

2009: Travel Award, The Endocrine Society.

2006: Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine.

2005: Department of Biochemistry Nominee for the Graduate College Award for Excellence in Research, Rush University.

2005: Dean’s Award for Student Leadership and Service, Rush University.

2002: Sigma Xi Award for Outstanding Student Research, Rush University.

1998: Dean’s Fellowship for Summer Research, Rush Medical College, “Role of Plasma Enzymes in the Detoxification of Oxidized Lipids.”

1997 Distinction in Senior Integrative Exercise, Carleton College, “An Historical Exploration of the Theory that Chlorine-containing Compounds Catalyze the Destruction of Stratospheric Ozone.”

Categories: DOM – Endocrinology – Faculty

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