Friends and colleagues gathered on June 18 to celebrate the second annual Herman K. “Chip” Gold, MD, MGH Young Investigator Award. The award, given in honor of the former director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, recognizes excellence in clinical or translational research by an interventional fellow in the MGH Cardiology Division.
Beau M. Hawkins, MD, a fellow in the Vascular Diagnostic and Intervention Program, was honored for his study, “The Impact of Academic Year Timing on PCI Outcomes at Training Institutions,” performed under the guidance of Robert Yeh, MD, of the Cardiac Cath Lab. A native of the Oklahoma City area, Hawkins has joined the cardiology faculty at the University of Oklahoma. His clinical interests include transradial coronary intervention, critical limb ischemia, and peripheral venous intervention.
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