David Allison receives F1000 Faculty Member of the Year award

Allison, associate dean for Science in the UAB School of Public Health, is recognized for his contributions to the F1000 recommendation service.

david allisonDavid B. Allison, Ph.D., associate dean for science in the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health, has been awarded the F1000 Faculty Member of the Year Award 2014 for the Diabetes and Endocrinology Faculty.

F1000 comprises more than 10,000 leading biomedical experts who help scientists discover, discuss and publish biology and medicine research worldwide. Each year, they recognize faculty who have made the most significant contribution to the F1000 recommendation service during the past year.

The winners are selected on the basis of several criteria, including how their commentaries have been received by the readership of F1000, the number of recommendations they have made during the course of the year and the editorial quality of the work they have submitted. When all of these criteria were considered, F1000 says, Allison’s contributions were considered to be the most worthy for the Diabetes and Endocrinology Faculty.

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