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Dr. Jason A. Hudak, a three-time Marshall University graduate, has been selected as a recipient of the 2012 Pfizer Teacher Development Award. The honor is given to only 13 physicians nationwide by the American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation. The Pfizer award is presented to new community-based physicians who combine their clinical practice with part-time teaching of family medicine. Hudak has a private practice in Barboursville and serves as volunteer clinical faculty member at Marshall's Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.

Hudak graduated from Marshall with his undergraduate degree in 2001 and then with his medical degree in 2005. He completed a residency in family medicine in 2007.

This is the second consecutive year a Marshall University Family Medicine residency graduate has received the AAFP Pfizer Teaching Development Award. Last year, Dr. Scott Davis was also recognized.

Hudak will be honored at the AAFP's Scientific Assembly meeting later this year in Philadelphia.

 

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