Kevin L Gardner, MD, PhD

Pathology - Anatomic
Pathology - Anatomic, more
Chair, Department of Pathology and Cell Biology | more

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CUIMC/Presbyterian Hospital and Vanderbilt Clinic

622 West 168th Street
New York, NY 10032
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About Kevin L Gardner, MD, PhD


Board Certifications

  • Pathology - Anatomic

Specialties & Expertise

  • Clinical Research


  • Fellowship: Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Residency: National Institutes of Health

Hospital Affiliations

  • NewYork-Presbyterian / Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Awards & Honors

  • 1978 Academic All-American Football Player, CoSIDA
  • 1984 William L. Strauss, Jr. Scholarship, Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
  • 1985 Awarded postdoctoral fellowship by the American Heart Association
  • 1989 Kaiser Merit Scholar
  • 1991 National Cancer Institute EEO Officers Recognition Award
  • 1994 National Cancer Institute EEO Officers Recognition Award
  • 1997 National Cancer Institute EEO Officers Recognition Award
  • 1999 National Cancer Institute EEO Special Achievement Award
  • 2003 Elected member of the American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI)
  • 2004 National Cancer Institute Technology Transfer Award
  • 2004 Philip J. Browning Scientific Pioneer Award, NIH Black Scientist Association
  • 2005 Invited to attend 2005 Nobel Symposium on "Energy, molecules and the cosmos"
  • 2007 Nexus Focus, Science Spectrum Magazine, Career Communications Group
  • 2007 NIH Director's Award for "For exceptionally innovative application of both basic and translational approaches to defining the mechanisms of gene regulation and their role in the evolution of cancer"
  • 2010 Emerald Honoree: Research Leadership, Career Communications Group
  • 2011 NIH Director's Award for "for conducting the first research to clearly define a possible molecular mechanism linking metabolic imbalance with increased breast cancer risk"
  • 2015 Office of the Director's Honors Award as part of the Intramural NIH-Wide Diversity Support Team

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