The Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT), a Wisconsin-based organization with global impact in the field of nicotine research, recently announced the recipients of their 2017 awards, and has recognized University of Michigan School of Public Health professor Dr. Ken Warner with the Doll-Wynder Award.
[Photo: Dr. Ken Warner]
This prize, given tri-annually, “honors scientists who have made groundbreaking advances in public health, public policy, or epidemiological research.” Dr. Warner is the Avedis Donabedian Distinguished University Professor of Public Health. A faculty member in SPH’s department of health management and policy, he has devoted much of his research and publications to the effects of tobacco control policies.
Dr. Warner will present a lecture at the SRNT annual meeting in Florence, Italy.