The Marshall Joffe Epidemiologic Methods Research Award is awarded annually to recognize a person’s accomplishments in developing a methodological concept or approach whose usefulness has been demonstrated through fruitful adoption in applied population health research settings. The awarded work would typically be embodied by a set of papers developing, translating or extending a quantitative method.
Open for candidates at any career level who are members of SER.
The award winner will be awarded $5,000 and be invited to give a presentation at the Annual Meeting.
Multiple nominations do not increase the likelihood of being awarded. In the case of multiple nominations for a single candidate, submitters will be contacted to coordinate a joint nomination.