On the evening of Tuesday, March 1, Dr. Amy Riek was awarded the “Creativity Distinguished Service Teaching Award” by the Washington University School of Medicine Class of 2024.
The Distinguished Service Teaching Awards Ceremony took place at the Eric P. Newman Education Center, where Riek was formally recognized by medical school students and administration for her ongoing commitment and continued interest in their education while teaching throughout the 2020-2021 academic year.
Amy Riek, MD joined the faculty in 2011 and has been course co-director for pre-clinical endocrinology and metabolism since 2018. On her journey to becoming an associate professor of medicine, Riek received her BS at the University of Wisconsin in Madison in 2001. She then attended Washington University in St. Louis for medical school, where she stayed on to train in Internal Medicine at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Following this, she completed a fellowship in Endocrinology and Metabolism at Washington University in St. Louis.