Donald H. Glew Prize

The Donald H. Glew Prize is awarded every year to the medical student with the best abstract and poster presentation at Medical Student Research Day. This endowment was established by William B. Glew, MD '53 as memorial to his brother, Dr. Donald H. Glew, MD, a graduate of the MD Class of 1948.

This year’s awardee is Rachel Bernardo for her abstract and poster entitled, “High Accuracy of Artificial Intelligence versus Human Assessment for Coronary Artery Disease by AI-Quantitative Computed Tomography (AI-QCT)”

Rachel’s mentor for this project was Dr. Andrew Choi who is an Associate Professor of Medicine and Radiology at George Washington University School of Medicine.