The Lloyd Holly Smith Award for Exceptional Service to the School of Medicine was established in 2000 to recognize exceptional career service that has resulted in broad and long-lasting benefit to the School of Medicine. The award is named for Lloyd H. (Holly) Smith, Jr., whose 35-year career as chair of medicine and associate dean exemplified such an outstanding career effort.
Nominations are sought for three categories -- faculty member, exempt staff and non-exempt staff. The winners are deemed to exhibit those qualities best exemplified by Holly Smith: dedication to the School of Medicine, diversity in roles played, commitment to sustaining UCSF's position as a world-class institution, and accomplishing all of the above with humor and grace.
Awards will be presented at the annual Salute to Excellence reception in May 2014. Recipients of the awards will receive a prize of $5,000, and their names will be added to the Holly Smith Award plaque outside the Dean's Office.
Please contact Stephanie Belger at (415) 476-1279 with any questions.
|Neal Cohen (2000)||Jaclyn Boyden (2003)|
|Keith Yamamoto (2001)||Chuck Smuckler (2004)|
|Ira Herskowitz (2002)||Georgina Lopez (2005)|
|Diane Colby (2003)||Vickie Lewis (2006)|
|Kanu Chatterjee (2004)||Cathy Garzio (2007)|
|Lawrence Tierney (2005)||Kathy Healy (2008)|
|Dan Lowenstein (2006)||Marge O’Halloran (2009)|
|Helen Loeser (2007)||Isaac Sato (2010)|
|Robert Wachter (2008)||Cathryn Thurow (2011)|
|George Rutherford (2009)||Vivian Robinson (2011)|
|Donna Ferriero (2010)||Laurae Pearson (2012)|
|Diana Farmer (2011)||Alicia Velasquez (2012)|
|Molly Cooke (2012)||Sally Mead (2013)|
|Samuel Barondes (2013)|
Lloyd “Holly” Smith Jr., MD, professor and chairman emeritus of the UCSF Department of Medicine, serves on the Chancellor’s Advisory Board, a group of visionary advisers, from academic and corporate backgrounds and across many industries, to provide guidance and intellectual resources to the UCSF leadership team and Chancellor. Holly joined UCSF as chairman of the Department of Medicine in 1964 and led the department through a period of exceptional growth, including many faculty who went on to be leaders in their fields. He was chairman of the department when he decided to admit then-Susan Desmond into the medical residency program from the University of Nevada, Reno.