Honors for Bowman, Martin and Smith
Emory Report | April 20, 2012
F. DuBois Bowman was named a Fellow of the American Statistical Association.
Bowman is an associate professor in the department of biostatistics/bioinformatics and serves as director of the Center for Biomedical Imaging Statistics.
The American Statistical Association supports excellence in statistical science through meetings, publications, membership services, education, accreditation and advocacy.
Louis G. Martin was honored as a gold medalist by the Society of Interventional Radiology for advancing the specialty.
Martin is a professor in the division of interventional radiology and image guided medicine.
He was honored for his 40 years of commitment to education, service to the society, contributions to the science of the specialty and patient care.
Thee Smith was recognized as an organizer and a speaker for the “Repairing the Legacies of Racial Violence” gathering April 20-22 in Newnan, Ga.
Smith is associate professor in the department of religion.
Hosted by The Alliance for Truth and Racial Reconciliation, speakers and panelists will retell histories of Southern communities scarred by lynchings and racial violence, and focus on education initiatives, projects to promote justice and racial healing, and more.
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