JVIB Peer Reviewers

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The Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness (JVIB) commends all of its peer reviewers for the enormous amount of time and expertise they contribute to the journal. The names of those who reviewed manuscripts received in 2009 are presented below with our sincere appreciation. The winners of the JVIB Peer Reviewers of the Year Award for 2009 are Duncan McGregor and Sharon Zell Sacks. These reviewers were chosen for the outstanding quality of their work, as well as for the timeliness of the reviews they completed in 2009.

Jim Allan

Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Carol Allman

Tallahassee, Florida

Sheila Amato

Massapequa Park, New York

Grace Ambrose Zaken

Hunter College, City University of New York

Tanni Anthony

Colorado Department of Education

Dan Ashmead

Vanderbilt University

Tom Attbery

Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority

Ian Bailey

University of California, Berkeley

Elizabeth Barclay

California School for the Blind

Julie Bardin

Raleigh, North Carolina

Robert Beadles

Auburn, Alabama

Billie Louise Bentzen

Accessible Design for the Blind

James O. Bickford

Portland State University

Karen Blankenship

Vanderbilt University

Bruce Blasch

Boise, Idaho

Laura Bozeman

University of Massachusetts, Boston

Mark Brennan

AIDS Community Research Initiative of America

Michele Capella McDonnall

Mississippi State University

Brenda Cavenaugh

Mississippi State University

Joan Chase

Dunedin, Florida

Deborah Chen

California State University, Northridge

Christine Clark-Bischke

Illinois State University

August Colenbrander

Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute

John Crews

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Adele Crudden

Mississippi State University

Roger Cummings

Salisbury VA Medical Center

Frances Mary D'Andrea

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

K. C. Dignan

Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired

June Downing

Tucson, Arizona

Jane Erin

University of Arizona

Marshall Flax

Wisconsin Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired

Amy Freeland

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Linda Gerra

The Jewish Guild for the Blind

Deborah Gold

University of Ottawa

Greg Goodrich

VA Palo Alto Health System

Nora Griffin-Shirley

Texas Tech University

David Guth

Western Michigan University

Rod Haneline

Leader Dogs for the Blind

Beth Harris

University of Arizona

Shirin Hassan

Indiana University

Phil Hatlen

San Francisco State University

Tina Herzberg

University of South Carolina

M. Cay Holbrook

University of British Columbia, Vancouver

Mark Hollins

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Amy Horowitz

Jewish Home and Hospital Life Care System

Kathleen M. Huebner

Salus University

Donna Iszler

North Dakota School for the Blind

William H. Jacobson

University of Arkansas, Little Rock

Song-Jae Jo

Daegu University, Korea

Elga Joffee

New York City, Department of Education

Randall Jose

Houston, Texas

Jeff Jutai

University of Ottawa

Cheryl Kamei Hannan

California State University, Los Angeles

Bernadette Kappen

New York Institute for Special Education

Stacy Kelly

Illinois State University

John Kennedy

University of Toronto, Scarborough

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