Dr. Gail Tomblin Murphy awarded Dr. John Savage Memorial Award for Faculty Leadership in Global Health

In recognition of her international work, Dr. Gail Tomblin Murphy is the 2016 recipient of the Dr. John Savage Memorial Award for faculty leadership in global health. The award was presented to Dr. Tomblin Murphy at the Doctors Nova Scotia Gold-headed Cane Award Dinner on May 7th. The Dr. John Savage Memorial Award for Faculty Leadership in Global Health recognizes an outstanding humanitarian contribution to global health by a Dalhousie Medical School faculty member. Dr. Savage was a former mayor of Dartmouth, premier of Nova Scotia and a family physician. He was also a champion of the need to promote healthy communities worldwide and had a long-standing commitment to global health projects in Africa with the Nova Scotia Gambia Association (NSGA). Dr. Savage also served on the advisory committee to the Global Health Office at Dalhousie University.

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By on June 27, 2016
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