Sections, SPIGS, Student Assembly Give Awards at Annual Meeting

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Sections, SPIGS, Student Assembly Give Awards at Annual Meeting


Aging and Public Health

Archstone Foundation Award for Excellence in Program Innovation: Health Promotion Research Center

Archstone Foundation Award for Excellence in Program Innovation Honorable Mention: Indian Health Center of Santa Clara Valley

Aetna Award for Excellence in Research on Older Women and Public Health: Sheila Dugan, MD

Aging and Public Health Rural and Environment Award: Helena Temkin Greener, PhD

Aging and Public Health Rural and Environment Award Honorable Mention: Steven A. Cohen, DrPH, MPH; Chanam Lee, PhD, MLA Betty J. Cleckley Minority Issues Research Award: Liza Talavera Garza, PhD

Betty J. Cleckley Minority Issues Research Award Honorable Mention: Emily S. Ihara, PhD, MSW; Nancy A. Miller, PhD

Erickson Foundation Award for Excellence in Research: Kenneth K.H. Chui, PhD, MPH, MS

Erickson Foundation Award for Excellence in Research Honorable Mention: Shubing Cai, PhD; Seung youn Hong, PhD, MEd; Leann Liu, MD, MS

Nobuo Maeda International Research Award: SangNam Ahn, PhD, MPSA

Nobuo Maeda International Research Award Honorable Mention: Suchuan Yu

James G. Zimmer New Investigator Research Award: Lesley Steinman, MPH, MSW

James G. Zimmer New Investigator Research Award Honorable Mention: SangNam Ahn, PhD, MPSA

Laurence G. Branch Doctoral Student Award Honorable Mention: Kali Thomas, MA; Jingping Xing

Lifetime Achievement Award: Betty J. Cleckley, PhD

Philip G. Weiler Award for Leadership in Aging and Public Health: Steven P. Wallace, PhD

Retirement Research Foundation Masters Student Research Award Honorable Mention: Anamica Batra, BDS, MPH; Sang Gon Nam, MS

Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs

Slade Memorial Advocacy Award: Carol McDaid, MPA

College-Based Leadership Award: Kathleen Young, PhD

Community-Based Leadership Award: Laura Gerald, MD, MPH Lifetime Achievement Award: Jasjit Ahluwalia, MD

Section Leadership Award: Donald Zeigler, PhD

Student Poster Showcase Awards: Alcohol: Philip Smith; Tobacco: Minal Patel; Other Drugs: Monica Mundy

Chiropractic Health Care

Lifetime Achievement Award: John Pammer, DC

Rising Star Award: Jason Bartlett, DC Special Award for Advancing Public Health and Chiropractic: Mark Ziegler, DC

Distinguished Service Award: Michael T. Haneline, DC, MPH

Community Health Planning and Policy Development

Henrik L. Blum Award for Excellence in Health Policy: Deborah Richter, MD

Vision Award for Excellence in Health Planning Practice: Marguerite Ro, DrPH

Best Doctoral-Level Student Abstract Submission Award: Malia Jones, MPH

Best Masters-Level Student

Abstract Submission Award: Stacy Woods

Section Service Award: Padma Arvind, PhD; Michelle Denison, MPH; Shawn Kimmel; Shari Kinney, DrPH, RN; Karyn Warsow, MPH, MSc

Disability

Lifetime Achievement Award: Rune J. Simeonsson, PhD, MSPH Advocacy Award: Eleanor Smith Allan Meyers Award: Elena M. Andresen, PhD

Student Award: Scott Michael Robertson, MHCI

Epidemiology

Public Health Practice Award: Mark S. Dias, MD

John Snow Award: Camara Phyllis Jones, MD, PhD, MPH

Abraham Lilienfeld Award: Robert M. Mayberry, PhD, MPH, MS

Wade Hampton Frost Lecture Award: Shiriki Kumanyika, PhD, MPH

Food and Nutrition

Excellence in Dietary Guidance: Wendy Johnson-Askew, PhD, MPH, RD Mary C. Egan Award: Margo Wootan, DSc

Catherine Cowell Award: Sandra B. Sherman, EdD

Student Abstract Award: Helen Wu, MPhil, MS

Health Administration

W.C. Woodward Award: Ray M. "Bud" Nicola, MD, MHSA, FACPM Excellence in Health Administration: Lloyd Novick, MD, MPH

Rising Star Award: Raed Mansour, MS Chair's Award: Michael R. …

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