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2010 ASCCP Award Recipients

Distinguished Scientific/Service Award

 

Walter K. Kinney, MD (Scientific)

for his expertise which helped shape the development of the 2001 Bethesda System and the 2002 and 2006 Consensus Guidelines and his ongoing work with PICSM.

Philip Castle, PhD, MPH (Scientific)
for his contributions to cancer prevention research, his work in developing the ASCCP Consensus Guidelines and participation in PICSM and its upcoming molecular conference to help inform the American Cancer Society screening guidelines.

Thomas M. Julian, MD (Service)
for serving as Executive Editor of the Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease for 13 years to date and his tireless efforts to continue to improve its scientific merit.

L. Stewart Massad, MD (Service)
for revamping the ASCCP’s internal CME procedures to meet the new level of required compliance outlined in the ACCME’s Essential Areas and Elements and Updated Criteria, serving as chair of the Accreditation, Practice and Research Committees and on the Consensus Guidelines Steering Committee, and creating and editing the monthly ASCCP newsletter.

Meritorious Scientific/Service Awards 

Teresa Darragh, MD (Scientific)
for her service as the Scientific Program Co-Chair of the 2010 Biennial Meeting.

Michael A. Gold, MD (Scientific)
for his service as the Scientific Program Co-Chair of the 2010 Biennial Meeting.

Neal M. Lonky, MD, MPH (Scientific)

for his research efforts in lower genital tract cancer prevention and screening and long-standing volunteer efforts on ASCCP’s committees.

Kevin J. Mitchell, MD (Service)

for his years of service in chairing the Section on Cervix Committee, for the production of case studies for the Home Study Case Program and the review of ASCCP’s online case archives.

Anna-Barbara Moscicki, MD (Service)

for her tireless efforts in adolescent medicine related to prevention and screening of lower genital tract disease and her commitment and leadership efforts in organizing and producing the PICSM Adolescent Conference. 


Award of Merit


Rodney Long, MA

of the National Library of Medicine for his service to the Society in the development of the Teaching Tool and the new ASCCP online examinations.


Scott Budihas, BS
of the National Library of Medicine and Aquilent for his service to the Society in the development of the Teaching Tool and the new ASCCP online examinations.


Past President's Award

 

J. Thomas Cox, MD ASCCP President 2008-2009
Author, Modern Colposcopy, 1998-2002 & 2008-2010
Assistant Secretary, 2000-2002
Practice Committee, 2000-2008
Program Committee, 2000-2008
Quality Assurance Committee, 2000-2002
Chair, AGUS Committee, 2001 Consensus Conference
Steering Committee, 2001 Consensus Conference
Author & Editor, ASCCP Online CME Series, 2002-2005 & 2009-
Editorial Board, 2002-2010
Secretary, 2002-2004
Membership Committee, 2002-2004
Finance Committee, 2002-2008
Editorial Committee, 2002-2010
Industry Relations Task Force, 2004-2008
Treasurer, 2004-2006
Nominating Committee, 2006-2010
President Elect, 2006-2008
Long Range Planning Committee, 2006-2010
President, 2008-2009

Thomas C. Wright, MD ASCCP President 2009-2010
Pathology Committee, 2000-2010
Member-at-Large of the Board of Directors, 2000-2002
Chair, ASC-US Committee, 2001 Consensus Conference
Chair, Steering Committee, 2001 Consensus Conference
Editorial Committee, 2002-2004
Assistant Secretary, 2002-2004
Membership Committee, 2004-2006
Secretary, 2004-2006
Practice Committee, 2004-2010
Industry Relations Task Force, 2004-2008
Chair, ASC-US Committee, 2006 Consensus Conference
Chair, Steering Committee, 2006 Consensus Conference
Ad-Hoc Committee on Special Populations, 2006-2008
Treasurer, 2006-2008
Finance Committee, 2006-2010
Chair and Editor, Educate the Educators’ Program, 2006-2010
Program Committee, 2006-2008
Long Range Planning Committee, 2006-2010
President Elect, 2008-2009
PICSM Steering Committee, 2008-2010
Editor, Modern Colposcopy 3rd Edition, 2010-
Editorial Board, Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease 2010-
President, 2009-2010 

 


Lifetime Achievement Award


Prof Harald zur Hausen
for his groundbreaking work in recognizing the role of human papillomavirus and the identification of HPV 16 and HPV 18 as a cause of cervical cancer. This research was instrumental in the development of vaccines to protect against cervical cancer.

Professor Margaret A. Stanley, O.B.E. FMedSci. Hon. FRCOG

for her research on the immunobiology of human papillomavirus and cervical cancer which has contributed greatly to the understanding of this disease process.

Malcolm Coppleson, MD

was honored as a pioneer in recognizing the value of colposcopy as a diagnostic technique for evaluation of the abnormal cervix; establishment of the first Australian colposcopy clinic; and co-authoring the first widely used English language textbook on colposcopy.

Raymond H. Kaufman, MD

for his knowledge and study of many areas including cervical pathology, DES and vulvar diseases and for mentoring numerous ASCCP members through the years.

 


   
 
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