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Halbert L. Dunn Award

The Halbert L. Dunn Award is the most prestigious award presented by the National Association for Public Health Statistics and Information Systems (NAPHSIS) and is regarded as one of the most important honors in the field of biostatistics in the United States. The award has been presented since 1981 providing national recognition of outstanding and lasting contributions to the field of vital and health statistics at the national, state, or local level.

The award was established in honor of the late Halbert L. Dunn, M.D., Director of the National Office of Vital Statistics from 1936 to 1960. Dr. Dunn was highly instrumental in encouraging the states to establish state vital statistics associations and played a major role in developing NAPHSIS. The award is presented at the Hal Dunn Awards Luncheon during the association’s annual meeting.

The winners of the Halbert L. Dunn Award have been:

  • 1981 Deane Huxtable
  • 1982 Loren Chancellor
  • 1983 Vito Logrillo
  • 1984 Carl Erhardt
  • 1985 Irvin Franzen
  • 1986 W. D. "Don" Carroll
  • 1987 Margaret Shackelford
  • 1988 John Brockert
  • 1989 Margaret Watts
  • 1990 John Patterson
  • 1991 Patricia Potrzebowski
  • 1992 no award
  • 1993 Garland Land
  • 1994 George Van Amburg
  • 1995 Jack Smith
  • 1996 no award
  • 1997 Ray Nashold
  • 1998 Iwao Moriyama
  • 1999 no award
  • 2000 George Gay
  • 2001 Dorothy Harshbarger
  • 2002 Lorne Phillips
  • 2003 Mary Anne Freedman
  • 2004 no award
  • 2005 Joe Carney
  • 2006 Dan Friedman
  • 2007 Harry Rosenberg
  • 2008 Alvin T. Onaka
  • 2009 Marshall Evans
  • 2010
  • 2011 Charles Rothwell
  • 2012 no award
  • 2013 Stephanie Ventura

References

  • Halbert L. Dunn Award. NAPHSIS website.
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