BIOSTATISTICS GRADUATE STUDENT, CHRIS HALLADAY, WINS RESEARCH AWARD

 

 

Christopher W. Halladay, a masters degree student in the Department of Biostatistics, received the 2013 Lee Lusted Award for Health Services and Policy Research at the 35th Annual Meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making (SMDM) held in Baltimore, MD, this week.

 

 

Chris won the award for his poster presentation "Searching for Studies beyond PubMed: What is the Benefit of Searching Multiple Databases?"  An abstract of the work can be found on the SMDM 35th Annual Meeting site.

Chris conducted this work under the guidance of Assistant Professor Issa Dahabreh from the Center for Evidence-Based Medicine and the Department of Health Services Policy & Practice in the School of Public Health, and in collaboration with other faculty in CEBM and SPH.