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Assembly on Environmental, Occupational and Population Health Distinguished Career Award

2021 Winner - Joseph Brain, ScD, ATSF

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Dr. Joseph Brain is the Drinker Professor of Environmental Physiology in the T.H. Chan School of Public Health (SPH) at Harvard. Joe is well known in the EOPH and ATS for his service in relation to environmental, occupational, and population health. He served on many advisory committees pertaining to the health effects of air pollution such as the EPA Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee.Dr. Brain was the Founding Chair of the ATS Assembly on Environmental and Occupational Health.  He was the ATS secretary treasurer and served on numerous ATS committees (e.g., ATS Education Policy and Coordinating, Ethics Committee, By-Laws Committee, Planning Committee, Program Committee, Board of Directors). He served on the editorial board of the ATS American Review of Respiratory Disease and other lung focused journals. Dr. Brain continues to serve the ATS and EOPH with distinction as a global ambassador for improving lung health . 


Description:

This is award is given to a primary EOPH member with exemplary commitment to EOPH (and ATS), to advancing the mission of the assembly, and with demonstrated significant and sustained contributions to the assembly in the areas of research, improving public health, teaching, mentoring, and/or service (may include leadership). Individuals eligible for consideration are more than 10 years from completion of postdoctoral training.

Criteria:

  • At least 10 years from having completed postdoctoral or clinical training, excluding time off for personal circumstances
  • EOPH Assembly Member (primary)
  • Exemplary commitment to EOPH and ATS and to advancing the mission of the EOPH assembly
  • Significant and sustained contributions to the assembly in the areas of research, improving public health, teaching, mentoring, and/or service (may include leadership)

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