Public Impact Award

In 2022, the CNLM Award Ceremony will include faculty awards. Nominations can be made by anyone in the CNLM community (self-nominations are not permitted). Co-nomination by multiple individuals permitted. These awards are an opportunity for the CNLM community to recognize the contributions of our incredible CNLM Faculty Fellows.

  • Purpose and Criteria: The Public Impact Award recognizes a CNLM Fellow who is actively engaged in translating research discoveries to have meaningful impact on the community. 
  • Eligibility: Must be a current and active CNLM Fellow.
  • Requirements: Nomination statement summarizing the nominee’s qualifications for this award (no more than two pages) and nominee’s CV.


CNLM Faculty Award Recipient, Tallie Z Baram

Tallie Z Baram
Distinguished Professor
Pediatrics, Anatomy & Neurobiology, and Neurology