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Dr. Kim named Educator of Year by Association of Radiation Oncology Residents

Harold Kim, M.D., receives the AROR Educator of the Year award from his residents.

Harold Kim, M.D., receives the AROR Educator of the Year award from his residents.

The Association of Radiation Oncology Residents has named Harold Kim, M.D., associate professor of Radiation Oncology for the Wayne State University School of Medicine, an Educator of the Year for 2012.

“Because I have the utmost respect for my peers and hold them in the highest regard, I am humbled to accept the honor of Educator of the Year by the Association of Radiation Oncology Residents,” said Dr. Kim, who joined the School of Medicine in 1995.

Nominations for the award were submitted by residents in radiation oncology programs around the country. A total of 49 recipients were selected.

“As a teacher, I most enjoy watching the residents grow professionally and develop confidence in their knowledge and ability to treat patients,” Dr. Kim said.

Members of the Radiation Oncology residency program presented the award to Dr. Kim during the June 8 resident graduation dinner.

“Dr. Kim is a dedicated faculty member and has mentored a number of students this year to successful national presentations as well as first author peer-reviewed publications,” said Andre Konski, M.D., M.B.A., M.A., F.A.C.R., professor and Chair of Radiation Oncology, and winner of the same award in 2010.
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