Awards recap from the 2009 AER Conference

PRIM&R was proud to present three awards at the 2009 Advancing Ethical Research Conference in Nashville.
Designed to honor PRIM&R members who have made valuable contributions to the ethical conduct of research and to enhanced compliance with federal regulations, the Distinguished Service Award was presented to Charlotte Coley, MACT, CIP.Jeffrey Cohen, PhD, CIP received the ARENA Legacy Award, which was established in 2006 to recognize members who have made outstanding contributions to the goals of PRIM&R by significantly promoting the ethical conduct of research through mentoring, teaching, and leadership.PRIM&R honored Albert R. Jonsen, MA, with the Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Research Ethics, presented to those whose work has been seminal, exemplary, and the embodiment of a commitment to advancing research ethics.Read more about PRIM&R’s awards, and our award winners, on our website.