Kelly Moore, Ph.D. (pictured with Professor Sandrine Dudoit),
selected for her innovative research on Targeted Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Treatment Effects in Randomized Controlled Trials and Drug Safety Analysis, and for her countless contributions to the Biostatistics program, was awarded the Chin Long Chiang Biostatistics Student of the Year 2009 award.
Houston Gilbert, Ph.D.
was also awarded the Chin Long Chiang Biostatistics Student of the Year 2009 award. Houston was selected for his innovative research on Multiple Hypothesis Testing: Methodology, Software Implementation, and Applications to Genomics, and for his countless contributions to the Biostatistics program.
Daniel Rubin, Ph.D.
was awarded the Erich L. Lehmann Award. This prize is awarded to the PhD student with an outstanding PhD dissertation in theoretical statistics. Daniel's thesis is titled, Applications of Double Robustness.
Carol A. Langhauser ,
who served as Lecturer and Academic Coordinator in Biostatistics for many years until she retired in 1991, received the Zak Sabry Mentorship Award. Nominations for this award, established in 2004 in tribute to Professor Zak Sabry, are made by SPH alumni.
Maureen Lahiff ,
Carol's successor, currently serving as Lecturer and Academic Coordinator in Biostatistics, received the Distinguished Teaching and Mentorship Award given by the Public Health Graduate Students Association.