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Assembly on Sleep and Respiratory Neurobiology Lifetime Achievement Award

Congratulations to Kingman Strohl, MD on being the 2020 Winner of the SRN Lifetime Achievement Award!



Hear Drs. Anna May (SRN Journal Club Editor), Reena Mehra (Incoming SRN Assembly Chair), and Susan Redline (ATS Awards Committee Member) discuss why Dr. Strohl's remarkable career trajectory makes him the embodiment of this prestigious award.

The award will be given to honor the career of an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the field of sleep or respiratory neurobiology in terms of both scientific and scholarly advances as well as mentoring, teaching, and advocacy to advance public health. This award is given to a candidate at the late Associate Professor, Professor, or Professor Emeritus level (or equivalent) who is recognized for achievement in scholarship over the course of his/her entire career. Contributions to the SRN Assembly in the form of committee participation or leadership, and/or otherwise advancing the SRN mission will be viewed favorably. Awardees will be presented with a plaque at the Assembly Dinner during the ATS International Conference.

Criteria

  • Nominations must include a cover letter (2 pages maximum) from an SRN Assembly member (primary or secondary membership) describing why the award is appropriate
  • Nominee's curriculum vitae must be included
  • Has not previously received an ATS Lifetime Achievement Award

Nominees do not have to be current ATS members but are expected to attend the SRN Assembly Reception at the ATS International Conference to receive the award.

   

Past Recipients of the Assembly on Sleep and Respiratory Neurobiology Lifetime Achievement Award

2020 - Kingman P. Strohl, MD
2019 - Allan I. Pack, MBChB, PhD