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Dr. Payne wins CSEB Award
It gives me great pleasure to pass along the announcement that Dr. Jennifer Payne has been recognized by the Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics with the 2021 Distinguished Service Award.
The award recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to the Society throughout their careers and Dr. Payne was lauded for “having been a tireless supporter and advocate for promoting and strengthening epidemiology and biostatistics in Canada”.
Her contributions in our own department have been widespread and continue to grow in her role as Associate Head – Research, and in her research with the provincial Breast Screening Program.
I hope you will join me in congratulating Dr. Payne on this significant achievement, it is very well deserved.
Dr. James Clarke
Head, Diagnostic Radiology
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