Miller-Thomas Receives Distinguished Service Teaching Award

Outdoor headshot of Michelle Miller-Thomas, MD, wearing a white coat.

Michelle M. Miller-Thomas, MD, associate professor of radiology at Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, was honored with a Distinguished Service Teaching Award from the Office of Education at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. She received the Creativity Distinguished Service Teaching Award for incorporating new and diverse methods of curricular content delivery. These awards are presented by university medical students to faculty and house staff in appreciation of exemplary service in medical student education.

Miller-Thomas (center) stands with her award alongside MIR Director Richard Wahl, MD, and Bob McKinstry, MD, PhD, Orthwein Professor of Radiology and Pediatrics.

Miller-Thomas is the university’s director of medical student education in radiology and serves on the School of Medicine’s Gateway Curriculum planning committee. She is responsible for supervising the incorporation of radiology education in all phases. She also serves as MIR’s assistant director of the diagnostic radiology residency and the neuroradiology fellowship programs. In 2020, she received the Loeb Teaching Fellowship from the School of Medicine to collaborate on creating materials aimed at teaching the fundamentals of radiology.

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