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Tom Ten Have Award

Tom Ten Have, a professor of biostatistics at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, passed away in 2011 at the age of 53 from complications of multiple myeloma.   Tom made important contributions to causal inference in the areas of estimating the effect of receiving treatment in randomized trials with nonadherence and mediation analysis.  Tom was also a tireless mentor and friend to many in the causal inference community.   To honor Tom’s passionate encouragement of early career causal inference researchers, the Tom Ten Have poster award was established in 2012.  The Tom Ten Have Award is awarded at each ACIC to two early career researcher (student or 5 years or less since earning PhD) poster presenters for posters that exhibit exceptionally creative or skillful research on causal inference.

Eligibility Criteria

The Tom Ten Have Award is awarded at each ACIC to two early career researchers (student or 5 years or less since earning PhD) poster presenters for posters that exhibit exceptionally creative or skillful research on causal inference. Early career is defined as being a current student or within 5 years of receiving a doctorate degree.

To apply, individuals must first submit an abstract and be accepted as a poster presenter. Submissions will open after March 1, 2023.

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