Featuring: Sara M Bradley, MD
The American Geriatrics Society (AGS) today honored 20 leading health professionals who joined the newest class of AGS Fellows—a select group of experts recognized for their deep commitment to the AGS and to advancing high-quality, person-centered care for us all as we age.
“Collectively, these new fellows are being honored for their active participation in the work of AGS, and for their contributions to advancing the field through scholarly activities, advocacy, teaching and excellence in patient care,” noted incoming AGS President G. Michael Harper, M.D. The fellows will be formally recognized at the 2022 AGS Annual Scientific Meeting.
This year’s fellows hail from across the country and reflect the dedication to geriatrics education, clinical care, and research indicative of our Society’s commitment to quality care for us all as we age. This year, Sara M Bradley, MD, AGSF, associate professor of Geriatrics and Medical Education at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine was selected as an inductee of the newest class of AGS fellows.
Each year, a host of highly qualified AGS members earn fellowship status following a rigorous application process, which includes assessments of everything from continuing education to public service and geriatrics scholarship. Applications are accepted twice yearly, with more information available at AmericanGeriatrics.org/Membership.
This article was originally published in the Feinberg School of Medicine News Center on May 2, 2020 .
Sara M Bradley, MD is an associate professor of Geriatrics and Medical Education.
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