2012 Lung Research Award Recipient

DR. ELIZABETH G. NABEL RECEIVES AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING LUNG RESEARCH Dr. Elizabeth G. Nabel was presented the Will Rogers Institute’s Annual Award for Lung Research in Los Angeles, California. The annual award honors an eminent scientist for extraordinary work leading to advancements in treatment for lung diseases. She is the fifth recipient of the prestigious […]

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2011 Lung Research Award Recipient

DR. ANTHONY S. FAUCI 2011 WRI’S ANNUAL PRIZE FOR LUNG RESEARCH RECIPIENT In 1968, Dr. Fauci came to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as a clinical associate in the Laboratory of Clinical Investigation (LCI) in NIAID. In 1974, he became Head of the Clinical Physiology Section, LCI, and in 1980 was appointed Chief of […]

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2011 AAHE Fellowship Recipient Diana Reindl

Diana Reindl is the 2011 American Association for Health Educators Fellowship Recipient. Diana is receiving her Ph.D. in Health Education from the University of Toledo, Ohio. Her focus is studying, researching and advocating tobacco control policies on college campuses. She assisted in authoring “Strategies for Implementing a Tobacco Free Campus Policy,” which has been accepted […]

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2010 Lung Research Award Recipient

DR. BRUCE A. BEUTLER AWARDED WILL ROGERS ANNUAL PRIZE FOR RESEARCH The Will Rogers Institute’s annual prize for outstanding contributions to lung research has been awarded to Dr. Bruce A. Beutler. He is the third recipient of the prestigious $50,000 prize from the Will Rogers Institute. Bruce A. Beutler, M.D., is the chairman of the […]

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2010 Fellowship Recipient John R. Blosnich

John is currently working on a Ph.D. in pub- lic health science from West Virginia University (WVU). Mr. Blosnich has served as a graduate assistant for two different departments at WVU, as well as a screen- writer and production assistant for the Department of Pediatrics’ Communication between Parents and Adolescents (COPA) Project at the university. […]

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2009 Fellowship Recipient Karissa D. Horton

AAHE is proud to present the 2009 Will Rogers Institute Fellowship to Karissa D. Horton. Ms. Horton is currently a doctoral candidate in Behavioral Health at the University of Texas at Austin. Ms. Horton’s previous degrees, Master of Arts in Health Education and Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology were also earned at the University of […]

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2009 Lung Research Award Recipient

DR. PETER AGRE 2009 AWARD RECIPIENT ANNUAL PRIZE FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO LUNG RESEARCH Dr. Peter Agre, University Professor and Director at John Hopkins Malaria Research Institute, Bloomberg School of Public Health, is the second recipient of the prestigious $50,000 prize from the Will Rogers Institute. In 2003, Peter shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for discovering […]

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