• Best Student Abstract, 2016 McCahan Education Day, Boston University Medical Center
    • “Lessons from the Spectrum of Physician Advocacy-1 Free-Time Elective.” Katelyn Carey, Karen Foo, Genevieve Guyol, Jawad Husain, Janine Petito, Molly Zielenbach, Johnna Murphy MPH, Megan Sandel MD, MPH (view abstract and oral presentation powerpoint here)
  • Best Student Abstract, 2014 McCahan Medical Campus Education Day, Boston University Medical Center
    • “Assessment of Structured Advocacy Training Integrated into the Third Year Obstetrics and Gynecology Clerkship.” Louis Yu, M.A., BUSM 2015; Nicole Economou, B.A., BUSM 2015, Erica Holland, M.D., Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Boston Medical Center (view abstract here)



    • 2013 John McCahan Medical Education Day, Boston, MA
      • Poverty Simulation: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Learning the Social Determinants of Health. Matthew Fleming, Leela Sarathy, MSEd, and Pamela Tames, JD.
    • 5th Biennial Physician Scholars Conference, San Francisco, CA
      • The social history revisited: Advocacy and care of vulnerable populations, Ashish Premkumar (MED) (paper talk).
    • 2013 Boston University Center for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching Conference, Boston, MA
      • Promoting Advocacy for Medical and Law Students, Pamela Tames (LAW) & Megan Sandel (MED).
    • 2012 John McCahan Medical Education Day, Boston, MA
      • An innovative approach to advocacy training in undergraduate medical education at Boston University School of Medicine. Hugo Carmona, Erin Hendricks Krizman, Daniel A. Dworkis, Chén Kenyon, Robert A. Witzburg.
      • The buATP: Incorporating Social Determinants of Health into Medical Education Through Innovative Partnerships Between Students, Residents and Faculty. Angela Martinez, Diane Haddad, Lauren Fiechtner, Megan Sandel.
      • Letters to the Editor: A Service-Learning Opportunity to Develop Lifelong Skills in Physician Advocacy. Katelyn Fritzges, Matt Flemming, Davida Schiff, Megan Sandel.


    By BUATP Students and Alumni:


    • 2017-2018 Doris Duke International Clinical Research Fellow: Jamie Lim (MD ’19)
    • 2019 United States Public Health Service (USPHS) Excellence in Public Health Award: Larissa Wenren (MD ’19)