Christopher Gill Nominated for BMJ ‘Research Paper of the Year’

April 11, 2012

Dr. Christopher Gill, a researcher with the Center for Global Health & Development and associate professor of international health at BUSPH, has received a nomination for Research Paper of the Year by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Group.  Gill was recognized for his research on neonatal mortality in Lufwanyama, Zambia

Researchers want our work to matter,” Gill said. “Our worst nightmare is that the final product of our work will be a paper that no one reads.

In addition to Gill, contributors to the paper were: William MacLeod, assistant professor of international health; Anna Knapp, senior program manager at the Center for Global Health and Development; Matthew Fox, assistant professor of international health; Lora Sabin, associate professor of international health; Philip Seidenberg, clinical assistant professor of international health; Jonathon Simon, chair and professor of international health; and Davidson Hamer, professor of international health.

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