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Matthew Howard, professor of social work and psychiatry, is vice-president elect of the Society for Social Work and Research. His term begins in January 2006.

Dr. Douglas Blayney, medical director at the Comprehensive Cancer Center, has been named editor of a new journal from the American Society of Clinical Oncology—the leading professional organization for oncologists. The Journal of Oncology Practice will focus on the administrative aspects of cancer care, including outcomes research.


The Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine has presented its 2005 F. Marian Bishop Outstanding Educator of the Year award to Matthew Boulton. The award is given for outstanding contributions to teaching and education in preventive medicine and public health. Boulton is the School of Public Health's associate dean for practice, an associate professor of epidemiology, and director of the Preventive Medicine Residence. He also is director of the U-M Bioterrorism Preparedness Initiative.


The Michigan Council of Nurse Practitioners has named Susanne Quallich of the Department of Urology and School of Nursing, its Nurse Practitioner of the Year. She is one of only 38 nurse practitioners in the country with a specialty certification in urology.


Professor Emeritus William Malm from the School of Music has been awarded an honorary membership in the Society for Ethnomusicology, in recognition of his 50 years of service.

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