Paul G. Mathew, MD, DNBPAS, FAAN, FAHS, Director of the Visiting Scholars Program at the John R. Graham Headache Center at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital was the recipient of the Indian Medical Association of New England’s President’s Award.
The Indian Medical Association of New England is an organization for medical professionals of Indian origin in the New England area. The group organizes and supports numerous professional and social activities for the benefit of both members and the communities they serve.
Dr. Mathew, now in his fourth term as an Executive Board Member for the Indian Medical Association of New England, was honored for his contributions to the organization, including serving as the course director of its risk management CME course, which was held at Massachusetts Medical Society Headquarters in Waltham.
He says, “I am honored to receive this award. Serving as course director for our risk management CME course has been both challenging and rewarding. I have served as course director in 2015, 2017 and 2018, and every year I have learned about the many nuances of planning events of this scale.”
Of his ongoing commitment to the Indian Medical Association of New England, Dr. Mathew says, “The organization has a rich history of serving the community through its networking, educational and charitable endeavors. Serving as an Executive Board Member and watching the organization thrive is very gratifying.”
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