TWO THOMASIANS were named most outstanding professionals in the fields of medicine and occupational therapy by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).

Maria Minerva Patawaran-Calimag, a professor from the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, received the first Eric Nubla Excellence Award last June 22 during the 39th PRC anniversary celebration.

Meanwhile, Sally Jane Uy, an assistant professor from the College of Rehabilitation Sciences, was named most outstanding occupational therapist during the 39th Anniversary Celebration and Awarding of Outstanding Professionals at the Manila Hotel.

The PRC cited Calimag and Uy for their “exemplary achievements and exceptional professional competence with integrity” in the exercise of their professions.

The Eric Nubla Excellence Award “intends to accord distinct honor to a professional who surpassed the qualification standard based on the criteria set forth to be an outstanding professional.” Daphne J. Magturo

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