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Carol Ball Headshot FINAL JPGCherylHead Anna QuindlenThe William K. Rashbaum, MD, and George Tiller, MD, Awards honor two physicians who provide outstanding abortion services, one for career-long service and one for a doctor early in her or his career.

This year’s awards ceremony will take place in Manhattan on the evening of Monday, May 19, and features Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Anna Quindlen as our keynote speaker. Purchase your tickets today!

We are honoring two exceptional doctors: Dr. Carol Ball will be receiving the William K. Rashbaum, MD, Award for lifetime achievement, and Dr. Cheryl Chastine will receive the George Tiller, MD, award for outstanding courage in the face of adversity early in her career.

Read more about this year’s honorees and keynote speaker, and get your tickets here. We hope you can join us!  Read More

Dr. Maryam GuiahiWe are thrilled to announce that the recipient of this year’s Kenneth J. Ryan, MD, Memorial Program Award is Maryam Guiahi, MD, MSc.

Dr. Maryam Guiahi is an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Colorado, Denver, School of Medicine. Her passion for family planning and education stems from her experience at a religiously affiliated hospital during her medical school and residency training.  During that time, she was faced with institutional restrictions that impacted her ability to provide comprehensive reproductive health care to her patients.  She subsequently sought out fellowship training in family planning at Columbia University Medical Center.  Her primary research interests are examining the impact of faith-based institutional restrictions on the education of medical students, the training of residents, and the provision of women’s health care.

Congratulations, Dr. Guiahi!  Read More