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Amy H Herring CV

Sara and Charles Ayres Distinguished Professor
Statistical Science
208 Old Chemistry Building, Box 90251, Durham, NC 27709
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Awards & Honors


Bernard G. Greenberg Distinguished Lecturer

Other UNC-Chapel Hill Department of Biostatistics · 2023 More about this award

Armitage Lecturer

University Cambridge University · 2023 More about this award

ISBA Fellow

International International Society for Bayesian Analysis · 2022

Janet L. Norwood Award for Outstanding Achievement by a Woman in Statistical Sciences

International UAB · 2019 More about this award

Janice Pogue Distinguished Lecture

International McMaster University · March 2018

Lagakos Distinguished Alumni Award

University Harvard University Department of Biostatistics · 2018

Coauthor - Best Paper in Biometrics

International The International Biometric Society · 2012 The award is given by the IBS biennially to one Biometrics paper from each of the previous two years identified by the co-editors as being of the highest quality and importance.

Gertrude M. Cox Award

National Washington Statistical Society & Research Triangle Institute · 2012 The Gertrude Cox Award is presented in memory of Gertrude M. Cox (1900-1978), who in the 1950s, when Head of the Department of Experimental Statistics at North Carolina State College, played a key role in establishing Mathematical Statistics and Biostatistics Departments at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a Statistical Division at the then newly founded not-for-profit RTI. The award annually recognizes a statistician in early to mid-career (less than 15 years after terminal degree) who has made significant contributions to one or more of the areas of applied statistics in which Gertrude Cox worked: survey methodology, experimental design, biostatistics, and statistical computing. More about this award

Mortimer Spiegelman Award

National American Public Health Association · 2012 Demographer, actuary and biostatistician Mortimer Spiegelman (1901-1969) made exceptional contributions to public health statistics. His contributions have continued posthumously through the Mortimer Spiegelman Award of the APHA Statistics Section, presented annually since 1970 to an outstanding public health statistician under age 40. More about this award

Coauthor - Best Paper in Biometrics

International The International Biometric Society · 2011 The award is given by the IBS biennially to one Biometrics paper from each of the previous two years identified by the co-editors as being of the highest quality and importance.