Assembly on Behavioral Science and Health Services Research Early Career Achievement Award
The ATS Assembly on Behavioral Science and Health Services Early Career Achievement Award will be given to the individual who has made the most outstanding scientific contributions relevant to behavioral and social sciences, clinical epidemiology, statistics, health services research, health economics, comparative clinical efficacy and effectiveness research, patient-centered outcomes research, performance measurement, quality improvement, or implementation science. This award is to recognize individuals who have applied these methodologies to lung diseases, critical illness, or sleep disorders early in his or her career. Awardees will be presented with a framed certificate at 2014 ATS International Conference in San Diego, CA.
- Must be at the Assistant Professor level or at an equivalent rank in a nonacademic institution.
- The nomination package must include a letter from a member of the assembly describing why the award is appropriate
- The curriculum vitae from the candidate must also be included
Applicants are scored on 5 criteria using a 1-5 rating system with reviewers also providing an overall score.
- Scientific Contributions/Products
- Teaching/Mentoring/Educational Contributions
- Participation in BS/HSR and ATS Activities (Administrative, Committees, Workshops, etc..)
- Other Considerations from recommendations including relevant extenuating circumstances
- Overall impact/impression of dossier submitted for award application
Past Recipients of the Early Career Achievement Award:
2003 - Lynn B. Gerald, PhD, MSPH
2004 - Jerry A. Krishnan, MD, PhD
2005 - David Au, MD and Michael K. Gould, MD, MS
2006 - Christopher H. Goss, MD, MSc
2007 - Vincent Fan, MD, MPH
2008 - Jean-Marie Bruzzese, PhD
2009 - Kristin A. Riekert, PhD
2010 - Jeremy Kahn, MSc
2011 - Theodore J. Iwashyna, MD, PhD
2012 - Christopher G. Slatore, MD, MS
2013- Colin Cooke, MD, MSc, MS