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									                                     ACOEM Award & Grant Recipients

                             Health Achievement in Occupational Medicine Award
              The Health Achievement in Occupational Medicine Award is presented annually to an ACOEM member
                   for a specific, unique achievement in the field of occupational and environmental medicine.

1949   Rome Cable Company, Rome, NY                                   1995        Elias A. Shaptini, MD
1950   Bradley Mining Company, Stibnite, ID                                       Mark J. Upfal, MD
1951   C.T. Dearing Printing Co., Louisville, KY                      1996        William N. Rom, MD
1952   East Liverpool District Potteries, East Liverpool, OH          1997        Richard A. Lippin, MD
1953   Imperial Oil Ltd., Toronto, Ont., Canada                       1998        Wayne N. Burton, MD
1954   RR Donnelley & Sons Co., Chicago, IL                           1999        David G. Kern, MD
       Inland Steel Co., Indiana Harbor Works, East Chicago, IN       2000        Gary N. Greenberg, MD
1955   Sonoco Products Co., Hartsville, SC                            2001        William W. Greaves, MD
1956   Pennsylvania Railroad Co., Philadelphia, PA                    2002        Peter H. Wald, MD
1957   Humble Oil & Refining Co., Houston, TX                         2003        Catherine M. Baase, MD
1958   Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, MI                                   2004        Robert J. McCunney, MD
1959   Kaiser Steel Corp., Fontana, CA                                2005        Philip J. Landrigan, MD
1960   General Motors Corp., Detroit, MI                              2006        Michael Gochfeld, MD
1961   Chrysler Corp., Detroit, MI                                    2007        Rosemary K. Sokas, MD
1962   Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, NY                               2008        Bernard R. Blais, MD
1963   United States Steel Corp., Pittsburgh, PA                      2009        Allen J. Parmet, MD
1964   Hartford Small Plant Med. Ser., Hartford, CT                   2010        Garson M. Caruso, MD
1965   Hanes Hosiery Mills Co., Winston-Salem, NC                                 T. Larry Myette, MD
1966   Sun Oil Co., Philadelphia, PA                                  2011        Jennifer H. Christian, MD
1967   Western Electric, New York, NY
       Neches Butane Products, U.S. Chemical,                         *Deceased
       Goodrich-Gulf Chemical, Port Neches, TX
1968   Dow Chemical Co. Midland/Texas Divisions
1969   American Telephone & Telegraph Co., New York, NY
1970   U.S. Public Health Service, Health Dept.,
       Education & Welfare, Washington, DC
1971   Award withheld/(Criteria changed for 1972)
1972   James P. Hughes, MD
1973   Donald C. Bews, MD*
1974   Award withheld
1975   Alan A. McLean, MD*
1976   John L. Creech, MD
       Maurice N. Johnson, MD
       Anton Vittone
1977   Raymond R. Suskind, MD*
1978   Richard A. Sutter, MD
1979   Bruce W. Karrh, MD
1980   Marcus B. Bond, MD*
1981   George Roush, Jr., MD
1982   Robert E. Dedmon, MD
1983   Jean Spencer Felton, MD*
1984   Roland F. Wear, Jr., MD
1985   Sidney I. Lerner, MD*
1986   Award withheld
1987   Leon J. Warshaw, MD*
1988   Charles H. Hine, MD*
1989   J. Wister Meigs, MD
1990   Harriet L. Hardy, MD*
1991   James L. Craig, MD
1992   Bertram D. Dinman, MD
1993   Fern E. Asma, MD
1994   Aram Glorig, MD

                                   ACOEM Award & Grant Recipients

                                              Meritorious Service Award
 The Meritorious Service Award is presented annually to an ACOEM member who has provided meritorious service to the College.

1946   Loyal A. Shoudy, MD*                                      1998        J. Frederic Green, MD
1947   Otto P. Geier, MD*                                        1999        Paul W. Brandt-Rauf, MD
1948   Daniel Lawrence Lynch, MD*                                2000        Mary Sue H. Wester, MD
1949   Frederick W. Slobe, MD*                                   2001        George W. Anstadt, MD
1950   Arthur David Cloud*                                       2002        Alan L. Engelberg, MD
1951   Henry Seabury Brown, MD*                                              Larry M. Starr, PhD
1952   Edward H. Carleton, MD*                                   2003        Susan O. Cassidy, MD
1953   Edwin DeJongh, MD*                                        2004        Lee S. Glass, MD
1954   Carl T. Olson, MD*                                        2005        Pamela A. Hymel, MD
1955   James P. Hughes, MD                                       2006        Elizabeth Genovese, MD*
1956   Glenn S. Everts, MD                                       2007        Kathryn L. Mueller, MD
1957   Charles F. Shook, MD*                                     2008        George H. Franck, MD
1958   Alfred Heacock Whittaker, MD*                             2009        Reynolds B. Brissenden III, MD
1959   Logan T. Robertson, MD                                    2010        Wayne N. Burton, MD
1960   W. Daggett Norwood, MD                                    2011        Kurt T. Hegmann, MD
1961   E.S. Jones, MD*
1962   Edward V. Henson, MD*                                     *Deceased
1963   Arthur K. Peterson, MD
1964   Gradie R. Rowntree, MD*
1965   Jean Spencer Felton, MD*
1966   C. Craig Wright, MD
1967   Harold H. Golz, MD*
1968   Clark D. Bridges*
1969   L. Holland Whitney, MD*
1970   Irving R. Tabershaw, MD*
1971   Jermyn F. McCahan, MD*
1972   Duane L. Block, MD*
1973   Robert Katz, MD
1974   Edward J. Schowalter, MD*
1975   Norbert J. Roberts, MD*
1976   Merle Bundy, MD*
1977   Robert E. Eckardt, MD*
1978   Leon J. Warshaw, MD*
       Miles O. Colwell, MD* (posthumously)
1979   Robert R.J. Hilker, MD
1980   Bruce E. Douglass, MD
1981   Howard N. Schulz*
1982   Robert S. Hockwald, MD
1983   Samuel N. Bacon, Jr., MD*
1984   Joseph M. Cannella, MD
1985   Dabney M. Ewin, MD
1986   Key David McMurrain, Jr., MD
1987   Elias A. Shaptini, MD
1988   Theodore R. Robinson, MD
1989   Fern E. Asma, MD
1990   Earl M. Best, Jr., MD*
1991   Thomas J. Doyle, MD*
1992   T. Forrest Fisher, MD
1993   Lain Tetrick, MD
1994   O. Bruce Dickerson, MD*
1995   Thomas J. McDonagh, MD
1996   Jonathan Borak, MD
1997   Elizabeth E. Gresch, MD

                                     ACOEM Award & Grant Recipients

                                               William S. Knudsen Award
 Created in 1938 by William S. Knudsen (1879-1948), then president of General Motors and an advocate for worker health and safety,
this annual award recognizes an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to occupational and environmental medicine.

1939   Clarence O. Sappington, MD*                                  1992        Leon J. Warshaw, MD*
1940   L.U. Gardner, MD*                                            1993        T. Forrest Fisher, MD
1941   Royd R. Sayers, MD*                                          1994        Robert R.J. Hilker, MD*
1942   Clarence D. Selby, MD*                                       1995        Alan A. McLean, MD*
1943   William A. Sawyer, MD*                                       1996        James P. Hughes, MD
1944   Harold A. Vonachen, MD*                                      1997        C. Craig Wright, MD
1945   Award withheld                                               1998        Roy L. DeHart, MD
1946   Anthony J. Lanzo, MD*                                        1999        Dorothea R. Johnson, MD
1947   Carey P. McCord, MD*                                         2000        James L. Craig, MD
1948   T. Lyle Hazlett, MD*                                         2001        C. Everett Koop, MD
1949   Robert A. Kehoe, MD*                                         2002        William B. Bunn III, MD
1950   Edward C. Holmblad, MD*                                      2003        Elias A. Shaptini, MD
1951   Robert T. Legge, MD*                                         2004        J. Frederic Green, MD
1952   Max R. Burnell, MD*                                          2005        Joseph J. Schwerha, MD*
1953   Alice Hamilton, MD*                                          2006        Michael I. Greenberg, MD
1954   Nils Paul Larsen, MD*                                        2007        Clifford Rodney May, MD*
1955   George H. Gehrmann, MD*                                      2008        M. Donald Whorton, MD*
1956   Rutherford T. Johnstone, MD*                                 2009        John Howard, MD
1957   James H. Sterner, MD*                                        2010        Edward A. Emmett, MD
1958   Adolph G. Kammer, MD*                                        2011        Douglas A. Benner, MD
1959   Lemuel C. McGee, MD*
1960   William P. Shepard, MD*                                      *Deceased
1961   Oscar Adam Sander, MD*
1962   Harriet L. Hardy, MD*
1963   W. Daggett Norwood, MD
1964   E.S. Jones, MD*
1965   Robert E. Eckardt, MD*
1966   Robert B. O’Connor, MD*
1967   R. Lomax Wells, MD*
1968   Jean Spencer Felton, MD*
1969   Earle Albert Irvin, MD*
1970   Harold Joseph Magnuson, MD
1971   George F. Wilkins, MD*
1972   Joseph Sataloff, MD
1973   Irving R. Tabershaw, MD*
1974   Harold H. Golz, MD*
1975   Duane L. Block, MD*
1976   Norbert J. Roberts, MD*
1977   D. John Lauer, MD*
1978   Jermyn F. McCahan, MD*
1979   Merle Bundy, MD*
1980   Leonard J. Goldwater, MD*
1981   Paul Kotin, MD
1982   Marcus M. Key, MD
1983   Gradie R. Rowntree, MD*
1984   Lloyd B. Tepper, MD
1985   Gilbeart H. Collings, Jr., MD
1986   Bruce W. Karrh, MD
1987   Ernest Mastromatteo, MD
1988   Bruce E. Douglass, MD
1989   Bertram D. Dinman, MD
1990   Joseph M. Cannella, MD
1991   J. Donald Millar, MD
                                    ACOEM Award & Grant Recipients

                                           Robert A. Kehoe Award of Merit
        Named for Robert Kehoe, MD (1893-1992), ACOEM past president (1949-1950) and a pioneer in the field, this award
        is presented to an individual who has made significant contributions to occupational and environmental medicine.

1957   Robert A. Kehoe, MD*                                        2006        John Balmes, MD
1958   William A. Sawyer, MD*                                      2007        David C. Christiani, MD
1959   James H. Sterner, MD*                                       2008        Glenn S. Pransky, MD
1960   Adolph G. Kammer, MD*                                       2009        Elizabeth Genovese, MD*
1961   Arthur J. Vorwald, MD                                                   Philip Harber, MD
1962   Rutherford T. Johnstone, MD*                                2010        Jacqueline M. Moline, MD
1963   Lemuel C. McGee, MD                                         2011        Edward J. Bernacki, MD
1964   George F. Wilkins, MD*
1965   Carey P. McCord, MD*                                        *Deceased
1966   William F. Ashe, MD*
1967   Allan J. Fleming, MD*
1968   Joseph Alban Quigley, MD*
1969   John L. Norris, MD*
1970   W. Daggett Norwood, MD
1971   Harriet L. Hardy, MD*
       Katharine B. Sturgis, MD
1972   Paul J. Whitaker, MD*
1973   Bertram D. Dinman, MD
1974   Irving R. Tabershaw, MD*
1975   Leonard J. Goldwater, MD*
1976   Anna M. Baetjer, ScD*
1977   D. John Lauer, MD*
1978   Robert E. Eckardt, MD*
1979   J.F. McCahan, MD*
1980   Norbert J. Roberts, MD*
1981   Duane L. Block, MD*
1982   James P. Hughes, MD
1983   Merle Bundy, MD*
1984   Bruce E. Douglass, MD
1985   Award withheld
1986   Donald J. Birmingham, MD*
1987   Raymond R. Suskind, MD*
1988   George Roush, Jr., MD
1989   Jean Spencer Felton, MD*
1990   Marcus M. Key, MD
1991   Carl Zenz, MD
1992   George H. Franck, MD
1993   Bernard D. Goldstein, MD
1994   Lloyd B. Tepper, MD
1995   Roy L. DeHart, MD
1996   Royce Moser, Jr., MD
1997   Bruce N. Ames, MD
1998   Alan M. Ducatman, MD
1999   Edward A. Emmett, MBBS
2000   Joel R. Bender, MD
2001   Paul W. Brandt-Rauf, MD
2002   Linda Rosenstock, MD
2003   Jorma Rantanen, MD
2004   Jonathan Borak, MD
2005   John M. Peters, MD*

                                               ACOEM Award & Grant Recipients

                                           Adolph G. Kammer Merit in Authorship Award
      Created in 1948 to recognize the author(s) of an article or publication of outstanding significance in occupational medicine.
          Renamed in 1960 for Adolph G. Kammer, MD (1903-62), a past president (1951-52) and first editor of the Journal of
         Occupational and Environmental Medicine (JOEM). In 1980, the criteria was changed to recognize the author(s) of the
                                most outstanding article published in JOEM during a recent past year.

1948 James Carlisle; Augustus Gibson. Need for scientific research in                1970 S.R.W. Moore, MD. The occupation of trawl fishing and the medical
     industrial medicine. Occup Med. 1947;4(8).                                           aid available to the Grimsby deep sea fisherman; The mortality and
       Jean Spencer Felton. Orientating the new employee in the services                  morbidity of deep sea fishermen sailing from Grimsby in one year. Br J
       of the industrial health department. Indust Med. 1947;16(11).                      Indust Med. 1969;26(1).
       Nathan Milliman. Medical departments in small plants – layout,                1971 William Lloyd, ScD, et. al. Long-term mortality study of steelworkers,
       equipment, and costs. Indust Med. 1947;16(4).                                      Part III – Follow-up; and Long-term mortality study of steelworkers,
                                                                                          Part IV – Mortality by work area. JOM. 1969;11(10); 1970;12(5).
1949 Rex Wilson; Glenn Hough; William McCormick. Medical problems
                                                                                     1972 Bertram Dinman, MD, et. al. Occupational acroosteolysis: 1. An
     encountered in the manufacture of American-made rubber. Indust
                                                                                          epidemiological study. Arch Env Health. 1971;22(1).
     Med. 1948;17(6).
                                                                                     1973 Award withheld
1950 R.T. Johnstone. Occupational medicine: its role in the social world.
     Indust Med. 1949;18 (11).                                                       1974 William Figueroa, MD, et. al. Lung cancer in chloromethyl methyl
                                                                                          ether workers. N Engl J Med. 1973;228(21).
1951 A.J. Vorwald; Thomas Durken; Philip Pratt. Experimental studies
     of asbestosis. Arch Indust Hyg Occup Med. 1951;3(1).                            1975 Don Chaffin, PhD; Kyung Park. A longitudinal study of low-back pain
                                                                                          as associated with occupational weight lifting factors. Am Indust Hyg
1952 James Sterner; Merril Eisenbud. Epidemiology of beryllium
                                                                                          Asso J. 1973;34(12).
     intoxication. Arch Indust Hyg Occup Med. 1951;4(8).
                                                                                     1976 W.K.C. Morgan, MD; Anthony Seaton, MD. Occupational Lung
1953 Louis Hempelmann, Herman Lisco, Joseph Hoffman. The acute
                                                                                          Diseases. W.B. Saunders Co.: Philadelphia; 1975.
     radiation syndrome. Ann Int Med. 1952;36(2).
                                                                                     1977 Carl Zenz, MD, for editing Occupational Medicine: Principles and
1954 Joseph Denardi; H.S. Van Ordstrand; George Curtis; John
                                                                                          Practical Applications. Yearbook Medical Publishers: Chicago; 1975.
     Zielinski. Berylliosis. Arch Indust Hyg Occup Med. 1953;8(7).
                                                                                     1978 Harold Hodge, PhD; Frank Smith, PhD. Occupational fluoride
1955 Richard Durham; Lemuel McGee. The electrocardiogram in the
                                                                                          exposure. JOM. 1977; 19(1).
     examination of the industrial worker. Ann Int Med. 1954,41(11).
                                                                                     1979 Award withheld
1956 Theodore Hatch; Kenneth Cook. Patitional respirometry. Arch Indust
     Health. 1955;12(2).                                                             1980 Dr. Alan Martin. Dependence of acoustic attenuation of hearing
                                                                                          protectors on incident sound level. Br J Indust Med. 1979;36(1).
1957 Leo Wade. Needed: a closer look at industrial medical programs.
     Harv Bus Review. 1956;34 (2); reprinted in Indust Med Surg.                     1981 Gary Marsh, ScD; Philip Enterline, PhD. Method for verifying the
     1956;25(4).                                                                          completeness of cohorts used in occupational mortality studies. JOM.
1958 Richard Blackwell. Quantitative relationships of illumination and vision.
     Arch Indust Health. 1957;16(8).                                                 1982 Sheila Hoar, ScD, et. al. An occupation and exposure linkage system
1959 William Fulton. Medical department layout and design. Indust Med                     for the study of occupational carcinogenesis. JOM. 1980; 22(11).
     Surg. 1958;27.                                                                  1983 J.S. Gallagher, PhD, et. al. Diverse profiles of immuno-reactivity in
1960 Adolph Kammer, MD, for his contribution to and momentous                             toluene diisocyanate (TDI) asthma. JOM. 1981;23(9).
     accomplishment in building quality in medical literature in the field of        1984 Alexander Walker, MD, et. al. Projections of asbestos-related
     occupational health as embodied in the Journal of Occupational                       disease, 1980-2009. JOM. 1983;25(5).
                                                                                     1985 William Weiss, MD. Implications of tumor growth rate for the natural
1961 G.W.H. Schepers, MD. Theories of the causes of silicosis. Indust                     history of lung cancer. JOM. 1984;26(5).
     Med Surg. July-Sept. 1960.
                                                                                     1986 Roger Mitchell, MD; Gerald Chase, PhD; Paul Kotin, MD.
1962 Thomas Shipman, MD, et. al. Acute radiation death resulting from an                  Evaluation for compensation of asbestos-exposed individuals; I.
     accidental nuclear critical excursion. JOM. 1961;3(3).                               Detection and quantification of asbestos-related non-malignant
       Honorable Mention: Katherine Boucot, MD, for her excellent work as                 impairment. JOM. 1985;27(2).
       editor of the AMA Archives of Environmental Health.                                  Gerald Chase, PhD, et. al. Evaluation for compensation of
1963 Award withheld                                                                         asbestos-exposed individuals; II. Apportionment of risk for lung cancer
1964 Anthony Lanza, MD, for The Pneumoconioses. New York: Grune &                           and mesothelioma. JOM. 1985;27(3).
     Stratton; 1963.                                                                 1987 Richard Monson, MD, ScD. Observation on the healthy worker effect.
       Honorable Mention: Harriet Hardy, MD. Beryllium disease experience                 JOM. 1986;28(6).
       with investigation required to establish etiology of occupational             1988 William Halperin, MD, et. al. for the series, Medical screening and
       disease. Ann NY Acad Sci. 1963;107:525.                                            biological monitoring for the effects of exposure in the workplace.
1965 John Schulte, MD. Sealed environments in relation to health and                      JOM. 1986;28(8) and (10).
     disease. Arch Env Health. March 1964.                                           1989 Edward Baker, MD, et. al. Neurobehavioral effects of solvents in
1966 Theodore Hatch. Broadened objectives of occupational health in an                    construction painters. JOM. 1988;30(2).
     age of chronic diseases. JOM. 1965;7(4).                                        1990 Award withheld
1967 Paul Gross, MD. Alveolar clearance: its relation to lesions of the              1991 Paul Schulte, PhD; Mitchell Singal, MD. Interpretation and
     respiratory bronchiole. Am Rev Resp Dis. July 1966.                                  communication of the results of medical field investigations. JOM.
1968 Award withheld                                                                       1989;31(7).
1969 I.T.T. Higgins, et. al. Chronic respiratory disease in mining                   1992 Thomas Robins, MD, et. al. Lymphocytopenia, T-lymphocyte subsets
     communities in Marion County, West Virginia. Br J Indust Med.                        and colorectal polyps in automotive pattern and model makers. JOM.
     1968;25(3).                                                                          1991;33(4).

                                                ACOEM Award & Grant Recipients
Kammer Merit in Authorship Awards (continued)

1993 Nancy Fiedler, PhD; Clement Maccia, MD; Howard Kipen, MD,                        2010 Edward A. Emmett, MD, MS; Hong Zhang, MD, MPH; Frances S.
     MPH. Evaluation of chemically sensitive patients. JOM. 1992;34(5).                    Shofer, PHD; Nancy V. Rodway, MD, MPH, Chintan Desai, BSE;
1994 Alan Ducatman, MD. Occupational physicians and environmental                          David Freeman, MS; Mary Hufford, PHD. Development and
     medicine. JOM. 1993;35(3).                                                            Successful Application of a "Community-First" Communication Model
                                                                                           for Community-based Environmental Health Research. JOEM. 2009;51(2).
1995 Philip Harber, MD; Paul Hsu, BS; Joseph Fedoruk, MD. Personal
     risk assessment under the Americans with Disabilities Act: a decision            2011 Reiner Rugulies, PhD; Birgit Aust, DrPH; Johannes Siegrist, PhD;
     analysis approach. JOEM. 1994;36(10).                                                 Olaf von dem Knesebeck, PhD; Ute Bultmann, PhD; Jakob B.
                                                                                           Bjorner, MD; Hermann Burr, PhD. Distribution of Effort-Reward
1996 Ruggero Montesano, MD, et. al. Screening for p53 gene mutations                       Imbalance in Denmark and Its Prospective Association With a Decline
     in archived tumors of workers occupationally exposed to carcinogens:                  in Self-Rated Health. JOEM. 2009;51(8).
     examples for analysis of bladder tumors. JOEM. 1995;37(1).
1997 Margareta Törnqvist, PhD; Helena Hinsdølandin, MSC.
     Hemoglobin adducts for in vivo dose monitoring and cancer
     estimation. JOEM. 1995;37(9).
1998 Margit Bleecker, MD; Karen Lindgren, PhD; Michael Tiburzi, MA;
     Patrick Ford, MD, MPH. Curvilinear relationship between blood lead
     level and reaction time: differential association with blood lead
     fractions derived from exogenous and endogenous sources. JOEM.
1999 Jonathan Fine, MD; Terry Gordon, PhD; Lung Chi Chen, PhD;
     Patrick Kinney, PhD; William Beckett, MD, MPH; Gary Falcone.
     Metal fume fever: characterization of clinical and plasma il-6
     responses in controlled human exposures to zinc oxide fume at and
     below the threshold limit value. JOEM. 1997;39(8).
2000 James Albers, MD, PhD; John Wald, MD; Robert Werner, MD;
     Alfred Franzblau, MD; Stanley Berent, PhD. Absence of
     polyneuropathy among workers previously diagnosed with solvent-
     induced toxic encephalopathy. JOEM. 1999;41(6).
2001 James Burch, PhD; John Reif, DVM; Curtis Noonan, PhD; Michael
     Yost, PhD. Melatonin metabolic levels in workers exposed to 60-Hz
     magnetic fields: work in substations and with 3-phase conductors.
     JOEM. 2000;42(2).
2002 Lee Newman, MD; Margaret Mroz, MSPH; Lisa Maier, MD; Elaine
     Daniloff, MSPH; Ronald Balkissoon, MD. Efficacy of serial medical
     surveillance for chronic beryllium disease in a beryllium machining plant.
     JOEM. 2001;43(3).
2003 Jonathan Borak, MD; Greg Sirianni, MS; Howard Cohen, PhD,
     CIH; Susan Chemerynski, BA; Frans Jongeneelen, PhD. Biological
     versus ambient exposure monitoring of creosote facility workers.
     JOEM. 2002;44(4).
2004 Burton Lee, MD; Leslie London, MD; Joseph Paulauskis, PhD;
     Jonny Myers, MD; David Christiani, MD, MPH. Association
     between human paraoxonase gene polymorphism and chronic
     symptoms in pesticide-exposed workers. JOEM. 2003;45(2).
2005 Daniel Rhodes, MD, MPH; Avron Spiro III, PhD; Antonio Aro, PhD;
     Howard Hu, MD, MPH, ScD. Relationship of bone and blood lead
     levels to psychiatric symptoms: the normative aging study. JOEM.
2006 Paul A. Schulte, PhD. Characterizing the burden of occupational
     injury and disease. JOEM. 2005; 47(6).
2007 Richard Kanwal, MD, MPH; Greg Kullman, PHD, CIH; Chris
     Piacitelli, MS, CIH; Randy Boylstein, MS; Nancy Sahakian, MD,
     MPH; Stephen Martin, MS; Kathleen Fedan, BS; Kathleen Kreiss,
     MD. Evaluation of Flavorings-Related Lung Disease Risk at Six
     Microwave Popcorn Plants. JOEM. 2006;48(2).
2008 Edward A. Emmett, MD, MS; Frances S. Shofer, PHD; Hong
     Zhang, MD, MPH; David Freeman, MS; Chintan Desai, BSC;
     Leslie Michael Shaw, PHD; Nancy V. Rodway, MD, MPH.
     Community exposure to perfluorooctanoate: relationships between
     serum concentrations and exposure sources; and Community
     exposure to perfluorooctanoate: relationships between serum levels
     and certain health parameters. JOEM. 2006;48(8).
2009 Sakari Suominen, MD, PHD; Jussi Vahtera, MD, PHD; Katariina
     Korkeila, MD, PHD; Hans Helenius, MSc; Mika Kivimäki, PHD;
     Markku Koskenvuo, MD, PHD. Job Strain, Life Events, and
     Sickness Absence: A Longitudinal Cohort Study in a Random
     Population Sample. JOEM. 2007;49(9).

                                     ACOEM Award & Grant Recipients

                                                     President's Award
             This award has been presented annually since 1993 at the discretion of the president during his/her term.

1993 – Dr. Roy L. DeHart, President                                 2004 – Dr. John P. Holland, President
Donald L. Hoops, PhD, ACOEM Executive Director                      Joel R. Bender, MD, PhD, MSPH, FACOEM
                                                                    Joseph LaDou, MD, FACOEM
1994 – Dr. Elizabeth E. Gresch                                      Gilbert S. Omenn, MD, PhD
Jonathan Borak, MD, FACOEM                                          Kent W. Peterson, MD, FACOEM
Kenneth G. Gould, MD, PhD, FACOEM
Patricia J. Sparks, MD                                              2005 – Dr. Timothy J. Key, President
                                                                    Natalie P. Hartenbaum, MD, MPH, FACOEM
1995 – Dr. George W. Anstadt, President                             Sheldon W. Samuels
Robert J. McCunney, MD, MPH, FACOEM
Owens-Corning (Corporate Award)                                     2006 – Dr. Cheryl S. Barbanel, President
                                                                    John P. Holland, MD, MPH, FACOEM
1996 – Dr. J. Frederic Green, President                             Robert J. McCunney, MD, MPH, FACOEM
Jeffrey S. Harris, MD, MPH, FACOEM                                  James Ryan, MD
Ralph M. Wexler, MD, FACOEM                                         Mark J. Upfal, MD, MPH, FACOEM
1997 – Dr. Kent W. Peterson, President                              2007 – Dr. Tee L. Guidotti, President
Cheryl S. Barbanel, MD, MBA, MPH, FACOEM                            Cheryl S. Barbanel, MD, MBA, MPH, FACOEM
Emmett B. Ferguson, Jr., MD, MPH, FACOEM*                           David F. Goldsmith, MSPH, PhD
Carole L. Holland, MS                                               Denece O. Kesler, MD, MPH, FACOEM
Geraldine Hoops, MS                                                 Katherine H. Kirkland, MPH
Alan B. Jones, PhD
Jack Richman, MD, FACOEM                                            2008 – Dr. Robert K. McLellan, President
Donna R. Smith, PhD                                                 Lowell Levin, PhD
William S. Wanago, MD, MACOEM*                                      Jonathan Borak, MD, FACOEM
Charles M. Yarborough III, MD, MPH, FACOEM                          Kathleen M. Schusler, ARNP (Equinox COEH)
ACOEM Staff                                                         Kate Hartnett
1998 – Dr. Robert S. Rhodes, President                              2009 – Dr. Robert R. Orford, President
T. Forrest Fisher, MD, FACOEM                                       Jennifer H. Christian, MD, MPH, FACOEM
Donald L. Hoops, PhD, ACOEM Executive Director                      Constantine J. Gean, MD, MBA, MS, FACOEM
Robert H. Moore, MD, FACOEM*                                        Kerry Parker, MPH (WOEMA Executive Director)
Francis L. Purcell, MD, FACOEM
Elias A. Shaptini, MD, MPH, FACOEM                                  2010 – Dr. Pamela A. Hymel, President
                                                                    Wayne N. Burton, MD, FACOEM
1999 – Dr. William W. Greaves, President
                                                                    Helen Darling (President, National Business Group on Health)
Kenneth H. Chase, MD, FACOEM                                        Gary Earl (Senior Vice President, Cigna )
Sidney Shindell, MD, FACOEM                                         Ronald R. Loeppke, MD, MPH, FACOEM
Mark J. Upfal, MD, MPH, FACOEM
                                                                    2011 – Dr. Natalie P. Hartenbaum, President
2000 – Dr. Robert J. McCunney, President
                                                                    Mark A. Roberts, MD, PhD, MPH, FACOEM
James E. Lockey, MD, MS
                                                                    Donna R. Smith, PhD (FirstLab)
Robert K. McLellan, MD, MPH, FACOEM
                                                                    Mitchell Garber, MD, MPH (NTSB)
Elias A. Shaptini, MD, MPH, FACOEM
2001 – Dr. Robert L. Goldberg, President
Emmett B. Ferguson, Jr., MD, MPH, FACOEM*
2002 – Dr. Dean A. Grove, President
Jonathan Borak, MD, FACOEM
Joseph A. Fortuna, MD, MACOEM
J. Frederic Green, MD, FACOEM
2003 – Dr. Edward J. Bernacki, President
John A. Schaefer, MFS
Glenna Scharon, APRN, MSN
Shan Tsai, PhD

                                         ACOEM Award & Grant Recipients

                                           Corporate Health Achievement Award
  Sponsored by ACOEM (and GlaxoSmithKline jointly through 2010), the Corporate Health Achievement Award (CHAA) recognizes
             organizations with exemplary employee health and occupational and environmental medicine practices.

1997 CHAA Award Recipients                                         2005 CHAA Award Recipients
Hughes Electronic Corporation, Los Angeles, CA                     DaimlerChrysler Corporation, Auburn Hills, MI
Lockheed Martin Energy Systems, Oak Ridge, TN                      Quad/Graphics, Sussex, WI

1997 Special Recognition                                           2006 Model Program Award
Eli Lilly & Company, Indianapolis, IN                              Olin Corporation’s Olin Brass and Winchester Ammunition Divisions,
                                                                   East Alton, IL
1998 CHAA Award Recipients
                                                                   2007 CHAA Award Recipient
Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, NJ
First Chicago NBD, Chicago, IL                                     Caterpillar Inc., Peoria, IL
IBM, Somers, NY
                                                                   2007 Model Program Award
Boeing Company, Seattle, WA
                                                                   Alcoa, Pittsburgh, PA
1999 CHAA Award Recipients
                                                                   2008 Award Recipient
Glaxo Wellcome, Inc., Research Triangle Park, NC
Allied Signal Inc., Morristown, NJ                                 Award withheld
Baltimore Gas and Electric Company, Baltimore, MD
                                                                   2009 CHAA Award Recipient
City of Indianapolis and Marion County Sheriff’s Department,
Indianapolis, IN                                                   Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority,
                                                                   Philadelphia, PA
1999 Certificate of Merit
                                                                   2009 Exemplary Practice Citation
U.S. National Security Agency/Central Security Service,
Fort George G. Meade, MD                                           Federal Occupational Health Services, Denver, CO

2000 CHAA Award Recipients                                         2010 CHAA Award Recipient
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, MI                                  Baptist Health South Florida, Miami, FL
General Electric Power Systems, Schenectady, NY
                                                                   2010 Exemplary Practice Citation
Sherman Health Systems, Elgin, IL
                                                                   URS Corporation, Tooele County, Utah
2000 Model Program Awards
                                                                   2011 CHAA Award Recipient
Non-profit Services Category –
Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY                          URS – Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility
Government Services Category –
Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory,
Idaho Falls, ID

2001 CHAA Award Recipient                                          Global Leadership in Corporate Health Award
                                                                   Sponsored by ACOEM and National Business Group on Health,
U.S. National Security Agency/Central Security Service,
                                                                   this award honors the achievement of an individual who demon-
Fort George G. Meade, MD
                                                                   strates excellence and leadership in implementing programs
2001 Model Program Awards                                          that improve the health and productivity of the workforce. (The
                                                                   winner is announced in the fall of each year, and the award is
Pitney Bowes, Inc., Stamford, CT
                                                                   formally presented at the next spring’s AOHC.)
Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector, Austin, TX
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, New York, NY
                                                                   2009 Award Recipient
2002 CHAA Award Recipients                                         Wayne N. Burton, MD
Bristol-Myers Squibb, New York, NY
Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, IN                            2010 Award Recipient
International Business Machines (IBM), White Plains, NY            Martin-J. Sepulveda, MD
Kerr-McGee Corporation, Oklahoma City, OK
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
2003 CHAA Award Recipients
BAE Systems, Nashua, NH
Marathon Oil Co./Marathon Ashland Petroleum, Houston, TX
Union Pacific Railroad, Omaha, NE
2004 CHAA Award Recipient
Cianbro, Pittsfield, ME

                                     ACOEM Award & Grant Recipients

                                               Resident Research Award
Presented annually by the ACOEM Residents and Recent Graduates Section and the Academic Section to encourage residents/recent
 program graduates to share their research, clinical techniques, or theory development in occupational and environmental medicine.

2000 Award Recipients                                               2008 Award Recipients
Uma A.V. Dhanabalan, MD                                             Aaron M. S. Thompson, MD
Douglas C. Fuller, MD                                               Peter C. Lee, MD
Dmitry Golovko, MD                                                  Andrew C. Kim, DO
Maritza D. Holder, MD                                               Lori A. Rolando, MD
Linda Holifield-Kennedy, MD                                         Shelley A. Arredondo, MD

2001 Award Recipients                                               2009 Award Recipients
Ibrahim Heiba, MD                                                   Sheila L. Butler, MD
Edward B. Holmes, MD                                                Julie M. Fuller, MD
Christine R. Medora, MD                                             Stella E. Hines, MD
William Milliken, MD                                                Saeher Muzaffar, MD
Aimin Zhang, MD                                                     Marc R. Watkins, MD
                                                                    Wilson Lobe Eseme, Jr., MD
2002 Award Recipients                                               Marlene Gubata, MD
Lisa G. Benaise, MD                                                 Sandeep Guntur, MD
Shahzad Jahromi, MD
Sharmila Mudgal, MD                                                 2010 Award Recipients
Elpidoforos S. Soteriades, MD                                       Diane Ballerino-Regan, MD
Charles L. Werntz III, DO                                           Gerardo D. Durand, MD
                                                                    Rachel C. Fisher, MD
2003 Award Recipients                                               Nita Kohli, MD
Lisa Benaise, MD                                                    Erika Schwilk, MD
Matthew Caddell, DO
Robert Pinter, MD                                                   2011 Award Recipients
Michael Staker, MD                                                  Stephanie Barnhart, MD
Penny Stern, MD                                                     Anne R. Christensen-McDonough, MD
                                                                    Geoffrey Jacoby, MD
2004 Award Recipients                                               Alisa Koval, MD
Marc Croteau, MD                                                    Barbara Meade, MD
Laura Kaufman, MD                                                   Stasia Muhlner, MD
William Cutlip, MD                                                  Nnaemeka Odo, MD
Robert Timmons, MD                                                  Brigilda C. Teneza, MD
Erik Won, MD

2005 Award Recipients
Roxana Witter, MD
Leslie Tharenos, MD
Miriam Shipp, MD
Britt Hatfield, MD
Kristin Cummings, MD

2006 Award Recipients
Alan Hsu, MD
Jerry Strohkorb, MD
Amy Nuernberg, MD
Marc-Andre Chimonas, MD
Seyed Hamid Reza Naghavi, MD

2007 Award Recipients
Belayneh A. Abejie, MD
Muktar H. Aliyu, MD
Alberto J. Caban-Martinez, MPH
Jesse R. Geibe, MD
Eileen B. Greenwald, MD

                                     ACOEM Award & Grant Recipients

                                          Outstanding Achievement Award
  Created in 2004, this award recognizes the work of committees, councils, sections, or other groups of volunteers within ACOEM.

2004 Award Winners
Corporate Health Achievement Award Committee
Health-related Productivity Committee
Occupational Lung Disorder Committee
Practice Guidelines Committee
2005 Award Winner
Award withheld
2006 Award Winners
Ad hoc Committee on Genetic Testing
Committee on Emergency Preparedness and Response
2007 Award Winner
Health and Productivity Section
2008 Award Winners
Occupational and Environmental Lung Disorders Committee
Medical Center Occupational Health Section
Special Committee on OEM Competencies
2009 Award Winners
Evidence-based Practice Panel on Chronic Pain
Special Committee on Health, Productivity and Disability
2010 Award Winner
Ethics Committee
2011 Award Winner
Ethics Committee
Maintenance of Certification Committee

                                      ACOEM Award & Grant Recipients

                         Innovation in Occupational and Environmental Health Grant
 The Innovation in Occupational and Environmental Health Grant provides supplementary funding for educational and interventional
              and/or research projects and programs designed to enhance worker health and/or increase productivity.

2003 – Grant Recipients
Edward J. Bernacki, MD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Center for
Occupational and Environmental Health, Baltimore, MD

Alberto Colombi, MD
PPG Industries, Pittsburgh, PA
2004 – Grant Recipients
Daniel G. Samo, MD
Evanston Northwestern Healthcare Foundation (ENH),
Evanston, IL; Village of Glencoe, Glencoe, IL
2005 – Grant Recipient
Award withheld
2006 – Grant Recipients
Johns Hopkins University, Division of Occupational Medicine,
Department of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, to fund a follow up
study on “The Effects of a Provider Network on Disability
2007 – Grant Recipient
2008 – Grant Recipient
2009 – Grant Recipient
Grant no longer awarded as of 2010.

                                    ACOEM Award & Grant Recipients

                                         Medical Fellow Research Program
    ACOEM and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) annually present funding to 1-3 physicians enrolled in
      an approved U.S. medical school occupational and environmental medicine residency program for research related to
              a medical standard or relevant issue in the area of commercial motor vehicle driver health and safety.

2006-2007 Recipient
Eric M. Wood, MD
2007-2008 Recipient
John D. Meyer, MD
2008-2009 Recipient
Philip Parks, MD
2009-2010 Recipient
Marc Watkins, MD
2010-2011 Recipient
Benjamin O. Blagogee, MD


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