Award-Winning Faculty 2010
Hatice Altug (Electrical & Computer Engineering), Pietro Cottone (Pharmacology & Psychiatry), Margaret Litvin (Modern Languages & Comparative Literature), Abigail Moncrieff (Law), and Catharine Wang (Community Health Services) received Peter T. Paul Career Development Professorship Awards.
Martin Amlin, Samuel Headrick, and Rodney Lister (Music) received American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) Awards.
Sean Andersson and Katherine Zhang (Mechanical Engineering), and Hatice Altug and Luca Dal Negro (Electrical & Computer Engineering) won National Science Foundation CAREER Awards.
John Baillieul (Mechanical Engineering) was named a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
Gary J. Balady (Clinical Cardiology) won the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award from the Arnold P. Gold Foundation.
Kathryn Bard (Archaeology) was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences.
Marlene Oscar Berman (Anatomy/Neurobiology) received the Veterans Health Administration’s Merit Review Award.
The Department of Biology of the College of Arts & Sciences received an award from Merck & Co., Inc.
Judith Braha (Theatre) received the Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Direction.
John Byers (Computer Science) won the Association for Computing Machinery’s SIGCOMM Test of Time Paper Award.
The Center for Global Health & Development was awarded $8.4 million by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to research methods of decreasing neonatal mortality in Zambia.
The Center for Investigative Reporting received an award from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
The Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy received $1 million from the National Football League to study the long-term impact of brain injuries in football.
The late Franco Cerrina (Electrical & Computer Engineering) was named an International Society for Optics and Photonics Fellow.
Ci-Di Chen (Biochemistry) received an Ellison Foundation Award.
Richard Cornell (Music) was awarded a Governor’s Citation from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Ayse Coskun (Electrical & Computer Engineering) won the Best Paper Award at the International Federation for Information Processing IEEE Conference on Very Large Scale Integration.
Catherine E. Costello (Mass Spectrometry Resource) received the International Massachusetts Spectrometry Foundation’s Thomson Medal and the American Chemical Society’s Frank H. Field and Joe L. Franklin Award. She was also elected President of the Human Proteome Organisation.
Chrysanthos Dellarocas (Information Systems) won the Google and WWP Marketing Research Award.
Deborah A. Frank (Pediatrics) delivered the University of Pennsylvania’s Renee C. Fox Lecture in Medicine, Culture, and Society.
Carl Franzblau (Biochemistry) received the Distinguished PhD Alumnus Award from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Timothy Gardner (Biology) won the Richard & Susan Smith Family Foundation’s Award for Excellence in Biomedical Research.
Paul Goldberg (Archaeology) won the Pomerance Award for Scientific Contributions to Archaeology from the Archaeological Institute of America.
Herbert Golder (Classical Studies) received a Golden Lion nomination at the Venice International Film Festival for the film My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done?, which was directed and co-written by Werner Herzog.
Richard Goldstein (Pediatrics) received an Individual Biomedical Researcher Award from the Hartwell Foundation.
Stjepko Golubic (Biology) received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Croatian Society of Natural Sciences.
William Grimes (International Relations) was named a Research Associate with the National Asia Research Program.
Mark Grinstaff (Chemistry) was elected to the College of Fellows of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering.
Michael Grodin (Health Law & Bioethics/Human Rights) received the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Diversity Council Justice Award.
Martin Herbordt (Electrical & Computer Engineering) won the Outstanding Paper Award at the International Conference on Field Programmable Logic and Applications.
Ariel Hirsch (Radiology) was awarded the International Association of Medical Science Educators’ Scholarship.
Michael F. Holick (Endocrinology) won the Linus Pauling Prize and the NAMS/Upsher-Smith Laboratories, Inc. Vitamin D Research Award. He also received the DSM Innovation in Nutrition Award and the American Association for Clinical Chemistry’s Outstanding Speaker Award.
Bradford Hudson (Hospitality) was named the 2010–2011 Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Sustainable Commerce at the University of Guelph.
Jeffrey Hutter (Dental Medicine) received the American Association of Endodontists’ Edgar D. Coolidge Award.
The Institute on Culture, Religion & World Affairs received awards from the Henry Luce Foundation.
The Institute for Geriatric Social Work received an award from The Atlantic Philanthropies.
The Institute for Nonprofit Management & Leadership received an award from the Barr Foundation.
Alice K. Jacobs (Cardiology) won the American Heart Association’s Gold Heart Award.
Gene Jarrett (English) was named a 2010–2011 Radcliffe Institute Fellow at Harvard’s Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.
Judith Jones (General Dentistry) won the American Association of Public Health Dentistry Service Award.
Richard Kalish (Family Medicine) received the Health Champions Award and the Community Health Pinnacle Award.
Douglas Katz (Neurology) received the MAB Community Service’s Al Gayzagian Lifetime Achievement Award.
James Kaufman (Medicine) won the David Littman Award.
Leslie Kaufman (Biology) received a Partners in Conservation Award from the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Carine Lenders (Pediatrics) was named America’s Top Pediatrician by the Consumers’ Research Council of America.
Kenneth Lutchen (Biomedical Engineering) was elected President of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering and received Case Western Reserve University’s Distinguished Alumni Award for Biomedical Engineering Education.
Jared W. Magnani (Cardiology) received a Fellow-to-Faculty Award from the American Heart Association.
Barry Manuel (Continuing Medical Education) received the Massachusetts Medical Society’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
Robert Marquez (Finance/Economics) was named Extramural Fellow of the European Banking Center at Tilburg University.
John Matthews (English) received a Fulbright Fellowship to teach at Charles University in Prague.
Christopher Maurer (Romance Studies) was named a Miembro Correspondiente of the Real Academia Española.
Elise Morgan (Mechanical Engineering) won the Vernon T. Tolo Basic Science Paper Award.
The Neuroscience program was awarded $1.5 million from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to enhance undergraduate research opportunities.
Ketty Nez (Music) won the ERMMedia film scoring competition for her orchestral score to Thomas Edison’s 1904 film The Manic Chase. She also received an ASCAPLUS Award.
Sandra Nicolucci (Music) was named the Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity’s Distinguished Woman of the Year.
Rafael Ortega (Anesthesiology) won the Special Award from the New York State Society of Anesthesiologists.
David Ozonoff (Environmental Health) delivered the Macgregor Memorial Lecture at the University of Alberta Medical Center.
Harold Park (Mechanical Engineering) received the Gallagher Young Investigator Award from the U.S. Association for Computational Mechanics.
Linda Piwowarczyk (Psychiatry) received the Sarah Haley Memorial Award for Clinical Excellence from the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.
Richard Raiselis (Visual Arts) was awarded the National Academy’s Giovanni Martino Prize for Landscape Painting at the 185th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Art.
Siddharth Ramachandran (Electrical & Computer Engineering) was named a Fellow of the Optical Society of America.
Harold Reddicliffe (Visual Arts) received a painting fellowship from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Daniel Remick (Pathology & Lab Medicine) presented the 8th annual John Spitzer Distinguished Lecture at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center and became President of the Shock Society.
Arnold Robbins (Medical Education) was recognized as a Community Clinician of the Year by the Massachusetts Medical Society.
James Rohlf (Physics) was inducted into the Academy of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota, Duluth.
Adam J. Rose (Internal Medicine) received the Pier M. Mannucci Young Investigator Prize from the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis, and the Milton W. Hamolsky Junior Faculty Award from the Society of General Internal Medicine.
Jennifer E. Rosen (Surgery) won a Center for Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology (CIMIT) Young Clinician Award.
George Rosenthal (Geriatrics) received the Robert Dawson Evans Outstanding Citizen Award from the Boston Medical Center.
Ronald Roy (Mechanical Engineering) was awarded the Helmholtz-Rayleigh Interdisciplinary Silver Medal from the Acoustical Society of America.
David J. Salant (Nephrology) was named the 2010 Meira and Shaul G. Massry Visiting Professors at UCLA and USC.
Joan Salge-Blake (Health Sciences) was named an American Dietetic Association National Media Spokesperson.
Natascha Saunders (Organizational Behavior) was recognized as the 2010 Harvard University WECAN Woman of the Year.
Kitt Shaffer (Radiology) received the Joseph E. and Nancy O. Whitley Award from Academic Radiology.
Barbara Shinn-Cunningham (Cognitive & Neural Systems) was named to the Executive Council of the Acoustical Society of America.
Robert Sloane (Law) was awarded the Lieber Prize by the American Society of International Law.
Kevin Smith (Physics) was elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society.
Shuba Srinivasan (Marketing) received the Google and WPP Marketing Research Award.
H. Eugene Stanley (Physics) received a doctorate honoris causa from the University of Messina, Italy.
Lee Staples (Social Work) won the Beverly Ross Fliegel Award for Social Policy and Change from the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers.
Gail Steketee (Social Work) delivered the Aaron Rosen Lecture at the national conference of the Society of Social Work and Research.
Ashley Stevens (Technology Development) was named President of the Association of University Technology Managers.
James Stone (Physics) was awarded a Jefferson Science Fellowship from the National Academies.
Rathan Subramaniam (Radiology) received the New Investigator Award from the Radiology Research Alliance.
Thomas Szabo (Biomedical Engineering) was elected a Fellow of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine.
Xiaoyong Tong (Vascular Biology) won the Junior Faculty Award from the American Diabetes Association.
Paul Tornetta III (Orthopaedic Surgery) received an Orthopaedic Research and Education Award for Clinical Research, and the Bovil Award from the Orthopaedic Trauma Association.
Thomas Tullius (Chemistry) received the Senior Scholar Award in Aging from the Ellison Medical Foundation.
Ann Vasaly (Classical Studies) was named the Lucy Shoe Merritt Scholar in Residence by the American Academy of Rome.
Robert Wagenaar (Physical Therapy) was reappointed to the Board of Directors of the American Society for Neurorehabilitation.
John H. Wallace (Music) received a Bronze Best Practices Award for Excellence in Distance Learning Teaching from the United States Distance Learning Association.
Alexander Walley (Internal Medicine) won the Clinical Investigator Award from the Society of General Internal Medicine, New England Region.
Joseph Wippl (International Relations) was awarded the Distinguished Intelligence Medal from the Central Intelligence Agency.
Philip Wolf (Neurology) delivered the Robert Wartenberg Lecture at the American Academy of Neurology.
Jonathan Woodson (Surgery) won the Humanism in Medicine Award from the AAMC’s Arthur P. Gold Foundation.
Donald Wright (Mass Communication) received the Presidential Citation Award from the Public Relations Society of America.
Jeremy Yudkin (Music) received a Certificate of Merit from the Association for Recorded Sound Collections.
Muhammad Zaman (Biomedical Engineering) received the University of Texas’s Regents Outstanding Teaching Award, and was named a Fellow at the University of Melbourne.
David K. Campbell (Physics) received the Julius Edgar Lilienfeld Prize from the American Physical Society.