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Dr. Lindberg's continuous commitment to the field has dramatically altered the scope and extent of informatics' practice and research. The contribution recognized will have advanced the field for example in the form of a significant innovation or a unique approach and contribution to education or training, but not for a lifetime body of work. The criteria are:

  • Awarded to an individual at any stage of a career for a specific technological, research, or educational contribution that advances biomedical informatics.
  • Adoption of the particular advance by the informatics community will be on a national or international level.
  • Scope of a successful innovation of informatics has dramatically moved or changed the field.
  • Demonstrated commitment to AMIA through membership.

Past Winners

2020

Abel Kho, MD, FACMI

2019

Shawn N. Murphy, MD, FACMI

2018

J. Marc Overhage, MD, PhD

2017

Wendy W. Chapman, PhD

2016

Paul Biondich, MD, MS, FACMI & Burke Mamlin, MD

2015

Paul Harris, PhD, FACMI

2014

Kenneth Mandl, MD, MPH

2013

Stanley M. Huff, MD, FACMI

2012

James J. Cimino, MD

2011

R. Scott Evans, MS, PhD, FACMI

2010

Carol Friedman, PhD

2009

Isaac (Zak) S. Kohane, MD, PhD

2008

William R. Hersh, MD

2007

Randolph A. Miller, MD

2006

Mark A. Musen, MD, PhD

2005

William W. Stead, MD