Christine Babcock, MD was named a Fellow of the Academy of Distinguished Medical Educators at the University of Chicago. Fellows of the Academy are selected based on significant contributions to the education across the continuum of medical education, as well as recognized excellence in teaching. Dr. Babcock’s career in Emergency Medicine includes previous institutional, regional, and national recognition for her accomplishments educating medical students, training residents as PD, and now directing programs as the Designated Institutional Officer for the Pritzker School of Medicine. The Academy of Distinguished Medical Educators was founded in 2006 by Deans James Madara and Holly J. Humphrey to support and promote research, innovation, and scholarship in medical education at the University of Chicago. In addition to hosting Medical Education Day, the Academy sponsors faculty development workshops throughout the year and funds scholarship in medical education.