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[2010/11/16] President Kung-Yee Liang Received the 2010 Rema Lapouse Award

President Kung-Yee Liang Received the 2010 Rema Lapouse Award

[99/11/16]

President Kung-Yee Liang Received the 2010 Rema Lapouse Award

President Liang received the Rema Lapouse Award at the APHA's annual meeting in Denver, Colorado in November 9, 2010. The Rema Lapouse Award is granted annually to an outstanding recipient for excellence in psychiatric epidemiology. Established by the Mental Health, Epidemiology, and Statistics Sections of APHA, it was inaugurated by a trust established by Milton Terris, MD, in honor of his wife, Rema Lapouse, MD.

President Liang is an internationally renowned epidemiologist and biostatistician. He has published over 200 articles in professional journals and seminal texts in biostatistics. His Analysis of Longitudinal Data (coauthored with Diggle and Zeger) (1994, 2002) is a standard text. President Liang is known primarily for his innovative work in the area of generalized linear models, and in particular, his and Zeger's model for a generalized estimating equation approach (GEE), a breakthrough technique for family studies, multi-stage clustered samples in survey research, and longitudinal data. Many of his articles are considered classics in biostatistics, winning accolades from leaders in his field.

President Liang received the Rema Lapouse Award at the APHA's annual meeting.

President Liang received the Rema Lapouse Award at the APHA's annual meeting.


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