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Outstanding Contributions to Education in Clinical Chemistry

This award recognizes an individual who has devoted a major portion of his/her professional life to enhancing the practice and profession of clinical chemistry through education. The educator selected for this award has made significant, innovative, and/or cumulatively outstanding contributions to education in clinical laboratory science. These contributions should include excellence in education beyond the local level, with widespread recognition of the recipient's excellence which may include teaching, directing, mentoring, writing, and speaking abilities, ideally to multiple levels of audiences.

Congratulations to the 2022 Winner

David Hage

David S. Hage, PhD

David S. Hage, PhD, is the James Hewett University Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and of the AACC Academy. He is the Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Chromatography B and founder plus director for the graduate certificate programs in bioanalytical chemistry and analytical separations at the University of Nebraska.

Dr. Hage and his students are interested in the theory, development, and use of affinity-based separations in high-performance liquid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis, with an emphasis on clinical and biomedical applications.  He has been a research mentor to over 80 undergraduate students and 75 graduate students, resulting in roughly 80 Ph.D. or M.S. degrees and with many of these students entering the fields of clinical chemistry or biomedical research.  

 

Previous Winners

2021 - Elizabeth L. Frank, PhD, DABCC, FAACC
2020 - Roger Bertholf, PhD
2019 - William A. Clarke, PhD
2018 - Thomas Annesley, PhD
2017 - Eleftherios P. Diamandis, MD, PhD
2016 - Ann M. Gronowski, PhD
2015 - Nader Rifai, PhD
2014 - Michael L. Astion, PhD
2013 - David E. Bruns, MD
2012 - David B. Sacks, MD
2011 - Edward R. Ashwood, MD
2010 - Amitava Dasgupta, PhD
2009 - Michael Laposata, MD
2008 - William E. Winter, MD
2007 - Craig A. Lehmann, PhD
2006 - Catherine A. Hammett-Stabler, PhD
2005 - Robert H. Christenson, PhD
2004 - Larry Broussard, PhD
2003 - Paul Wolf, MD
2002 - Alan Wu, PhD
2001 - Lawrence M. Silverman, PhD
2000 - Mitchell Scott, PhD
1999 - D. Robert Dufour, MD
1998 - Christopher P. Price, PhD
1997 - Christopher S. Frings, PhD
1996 - Oren Zinder, PhD
1995 - Peter Jatlow, MD
1994 - Jiro J. Kaneko, DVM, PhD
1993 - Richard B. Passey, PhD
1992 - Herbert A. Fritsche, PhD
1991 - Marge A. Brewster, PhD
1990 - H. Peter Lehmann, PhD
1989 - Jack H. Ladenson, PhD
1988 - Julius Kerkay, PhD
1987 - John Al Lott, PhD
1986 - Edward C. Knoblock
1985 - Richard H. Gadsden, Sr., PhD
1984 - Allan G. Gornall, PhD
1983 - Edward W. Bermes, PhD
1982 - Harry F. Weisberg, MD
1981 - F. William Sunderman, Sr., MD, PhD
1980 - Roger J. Thibert, PhD
1979 - Paige K. Besch, PhD
1978 - Hanns-Dieter Gruemer, MD
1977 - Hugh J. McDonald, DSc
1976 - Norbet W. Tietz, PhD
1975 - Max E. Chilcote, PhD
1974 - Morton K. Schwartz, PhD
1973 - Joseph I Routh, PhD
1972 - Martin Rubin, PhD
1971 - Alex Kaplan, PhD