Bethesda, MarylandThe American Association of Anatomist's (AAA) presented its highest awards on April 27 during the society's Annual Meeting in Anaheim. This year's honors went to:
Joseph W. Sanger, professor and chair of the Dept. of Cell and Developmental Biology at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York Sanger received the 2010 Henry Gray/ Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Scientific Achievement Award, AAA's most prestigious scientific honor, which recognizes unique and meritorious contributions to and achievements in anatomical sciences by a distinguished AAA member.
T. Vidhya (Vid) Persaud, professor emeritus, Dept. of Human Anatomy and Cell Science, University of Manitoba Persaud received the 2010 Henry Gray/Elsevier Distinguished Educator Award, AAA's highest award for human anatomy education in the anatomical sciences as broadly definedincluding gross anatomy, embryology, histology, and neuroanatomyat the medical/dental, graduate, or undergraduate level of teaching.
Richard B. Marchase, vice-president for research and economic development and professor of cell biology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Marchase received the 2010 A.J. Ladman/Wiley Exemplary Service Award, which recognizes an AAA member distinguished in the field of anatomical sciences who has provided exceptional service to the society.
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