2015 Awards

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The Executive Committee of the International Dose-Response Society has created an annual award of excellence for outstanding work in the field of low dose-response in the following three areas: Outstanding Career Achievement, Outstanding New Investigator and Outstanding Leadership. This award serves to identify and recognize scientists, scholars, and teachers who have contributed to a deeper understanding of the relationships between “dose and response” and/or to the distribution of that understanding to others. The awards are presented at our annual conference on, Dose-Response: Implications for Toxicology, Medicine, and Risk Assessment, at the University of Massachusetts/Amherst.

2015 Award for Outstanding Leadership: Douglas Boreham2015 Award for Outstanding Leadership: Douglas Boreham

DR. DOUGLAS BOREHAM currently holds positions as Professor and Division Head of Medical Sciences at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (Sept 2012-Present) and is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Medical Physics and Applied Radiation Sciences at McMaster University (2000-Present). He is also Principal Scientist and Manager of the Integration Department at Bruce ...

2015 Outstanding Career Achievement: Kelvin J. A. Davies2015 Outstanding Career Achievement: Kelvin J. A. Davies

Prof. Kelvin J. A. Davies Kelvin J. A. Davies, Ph.D., D.Sc. is the James E. Birren Chair and Dean of Faculty at the University of Southern California’s, School of Gerontology. He is also Professor of Molecular and Computational Biology in USC’s College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences. Professor Davies was born and raised in London, England ...

2015 Outstanding New Investigator: James Mitchell2015 Outstanding New Investigator: James Mitchell

James Mitchell Associate Professor of Genetics and Complex Diseases Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health Boston, MA, USA After graduating from the University of Virginia in 1993, Dr. Mitchell worked as a technician at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in Dr. Bruce Stillman’s lab for two years, where he became interested in biochemistry, the genetics of DNA replication ...