Committee provides development, oversight and selection of the six IAPHS awards offered at each annual meeting.
Lorna Thorpe (Chair), NYUMC
Allison Aiello (Board Liaison), University North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Members advise on themes and strategies for the blog, author posts, and recruit other authors to participate in the blog.
Danya Keene (Blog Editor), Yale University
JoAnne Dyer (Blog Manager)
Responsible for developing and implementing an overall communications strategy for IAPHS as well as for the content and timeliness of the IAPHS website, blog, social media, and newsletter.
Fred Zimmerman (Co-Chair), University of California, Los Angeles
Dustin Duncan (Co-Chair), NYU School of Medicine
A subcommittee of the Board responsible for overseeing IAPHS financial activities; recommending an annual budget; recommending levels of membership, conference, and other fees.
Sarah Stoddard, University of Michigan
Develops the themes and program for annual conferences.
Theresa Osypuk (Co-Chair), University of Minnesota
Elizabeth Boyle (Co-Chair), University of Minnesota
Responsible for developing and overseeing IAPHS activities to expand and maintain membership and to promote diversity in its membership and leadership.
Anjum Hajat (Co-Chair), University of Washington
Hedwig (Hedy) Lee (Co-Chair), University of Washington
Oversees the IAPHS Mentoring Program established in 2019 to meets the needs of members – at any career stage – who could use advice on professional development issues.
Christine Bachrach (Co-Chair), University of Maryland
Coordinates the process of developing diversity goals for nominations for leadership positions in IAPHS, preparing nominations for elected officers and Board members, and supervising IAPHS elections.
Bruce Link (Chair), University of California, Riverside
Oversees and guides the professional development activities for the organization. Activities could include webinars, annual meeting sessions, workshops, and membership surveys.
Coming Soon – 2020
An ad hoc committee charged with considering the costs, benefits and viability of an IAPHS journal and other related options.
Rich Carpiano (Chair), University of California, Riverside
Working group represents student members of IAPHS. The groups focus is to generate opportunities, at the annual conference and throughout the year, which provide professional development resources for student members.
Allen Mallory (Chair), University of Texas