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American Statistical Association
2008 Fellow Nomination Forma
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 The last page of this document contains a checklist for assembling the nomination package
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I. Nominee :
Current Title:
Current Employer:
Mailing Address:
Lee
Kerry
L.
Lee
FIRST
MIDDLE
LAST NAME
Professor of Biostatistics
Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Duke University School of Medicine
Phone:
Duke Clinical Research Institute
(919) 668-8725
Email:
2400 Pratt Street
[email protected]
Durham, North Carolina 27705
This demographic section is to provide voluntary information about the nominee (this information is used for statistical purposes only):
Male _X__
II. Nominator:
MailingAddress:
Female ___
Frank
E
Harrell
FIRST
MIDDLE
LAST NAME
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
S-2323 Medical Center North 2158
Nashville TN 37232
III. List of persons supplying supporting letters
Name
1.
Member
yes
Phone:
Email:
Fellow
yes
(615) 322-2001
[email protected]
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Affiliation
ASA Member
Yes or No
ASA Fellow
Yes or No
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
a) Consult the Guidelines for ASA Fellow Nominations for detailed instructions on how to complete this form. Copies of the Guidelines and electronic versions of
this form may be obtained from the ASA website: http://www.amstat.org/awards/index.html. With the exception of supporting letters and (optional but highly
recommended) CV, all nomination material must be entered in the appropriate location on this form. Nominations that exceed the space limitations WILL
be returned. A well-prepared nomination is essential. Your presentation and the supporting materials and letters must convince the ASA Committee on Fellows
that election to the grade of Fellow is among the most deserving of those nominated. The Committee cannot be expected to be personally aware of the total
contributions and specific accomplishments of the nominees. In the absence of sufficiently strong documentation of candidate’s accomplishments the Committee
must elect candidates with stronger documentation.
The complete Nomination Package must be received no later than Monday, March 3, 2008. Nomination packages will not be accepted after this date. Use
a separate form for each nominee. Send one original of this form and supporting documents, printed on one side of the paper, together with 10 copies,
printed on both sides, so they can be distributed to the Committee members. Send to the American Statistical Association, attention Carole A. Sutton, Liaison
for the Committee on Fellows, 732 North Washington Street, Virginia 22314-3415. New Fellows will be announced at the 2008 Annual Meeting in Denver,
Colorado.
b) Only a person who has been a full member of the Association for the prior three years is eligible for election as a Fellow. The nominee MUST be a current
member of ASA, with continuous membership from 1 March 2005 - 28 February 2008 and not already a Fellow. Fellowship status can be verified by checking the
ASA Web page Fellow listing: http://www.amstat.org/fellowslist.cfm. Carole Sutton at ASA can verify membership via e-mail, at [email protected], by phone at
(703) 684-1221, ext. 1862 or by fax at (703) 684-6456.
c) Attach supporting letters from people well qualified to judge the importance of the nominee’s contributions to statistics. List each letter writer’s name and
affiliation, and whether or not he or she is a member or fellow of ASA. Four to six letters are recommended, with a maximum of six. Use of this form no longer
requires a cover letter. Any letter sent by the nominator will be counted as one of the supporting letters. The guidelines for submitting nominations indicate
clearly that letters of support (copies or faxes of letters are acceptable) should be sent to the Nominator who is responsible for including the support letters
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in the nomination package. Supporting letters send to the ASA office independently of the nomination package are NOT guaranteed to be reviewed by the
Committee on Fellows.
Kerry L Lee
IV. Nominee’s education and degrees (titles, dates, schools, and fields).
B.S.
June 1965
University of Utah
(Magna Cum Laude)
Mathematics
M.S.
June 1966
Stanford University
Statistics
Ph.D.
August 1975
University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill
Biostatistics
V. Nominee’s present position(s), title(s), and affiliation(s) with dates started and ended. Include a brief description of
responsibilities and, if applicable, number of professional employees supervised.
Professor of Biostatistics
Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics
Duke University School of Medicine
Durham, North Carolina
December 2007 – present
Director of Biostatistics and Senior Investigator
Duke Clinical Research Institute
Duke University
Durham, North Carolina
January 1996 - present
Current responsibilities include:
(a) Principal Investigator of the Statistical and Data Coordinating Center for four large NIH (National Heart,
Lung, and Blood Institute)-sponsored multicenter randomized clinical trials in cardiovascular disease.
Responsible for study design; interim analyses/reports; analysis, interpretation, and publication of study
results; and managing project staff for each of these trials
(b) Principal investigator of the Data Coordinating Center for the NHLBI-sponsored Heart Failure Network,
a recent initiative involving a network of heart failure centers currently planning several clinical trials
(c) Director of Biostatistics (14 Ph.D. faculty) at the Duke Clinical Research Institute
(d) Teaching in the Duke Clinical Research Training Program (typically 1 course/year) and mentoring
students and clinical fellows in study design and statistical methods
(e) Participating in various committees for the Duke Clinical Research Institute and for Duke’s Department
of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, including currently serving as chair of the departmental Appointments,
Promotions, and Tenure Committee
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VI. Listing of significant former positions (with dates). Include a brief description of key positions, including, where applicable,
details such as grade level and title, responsibilities, and number of professional employees supervised.
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July 2000 – December 2007
Associate Professor of Biostatistics
Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics
Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
July 1980 – June 2000
Associate Professor of Biostatistics, Division of Biometry,
Department of Community and Family Medicine
Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
July 1981 - present
Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Biostatistics
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
December 1974 - June 1980
Assistant Professor of Biostatistics, Division of Biometry,
Department of Community and Family Medicine
Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
November 1975 - June 1981
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Biostatistics
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
June 1966 - September 1971
Member of Technical Staff (Mathematical/Statistical Analyst)
Bell Telephone Laboratories
Whippany and Murray Hill, New Jersey
VII. Draft citation to appear in the awards ceremony booklet if the candidate is chosen. (Examples appear on the ASA website at
http://www.amstat.org/fellows/index.cfm?fuseaction=main
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Kerry L Lee
VIII. List of major publications having statistical content. Not more than 12 titles. Include full bibliographic references (journal,
issues, volume, co-authors, etc.). Titles should include the major work upon which the supporting statement(s) below are
based.
1.
Lee KL. Multivariate tests for clusters. J Am Statist Assn 1979;74:708-714.
2.
Lee KL, McNeer JF, Starmer CF, Harris PJ, Rosati RA. Clinical judgment and statistics. Lessons
from a simulated randomized trial in coronary artery disease. Circulation 1980;61:508-515.
3.
Lee KL, Harrell FE Jr, Tolley HD, Rosati RA. A comparison of test statistics for assessing the effects
of concomitant variables in survival analysis. Biometrics 1983;39:341-350.
4.
Harrell FE Jr, Lee KL, Califf RM, Pryor DB, Rosati RA. Regression modelling strategies for improved
prognostic prediction. Statistics in Medicine 1984;3:143-152.
5.
Lee KL, Pryor DB, Harrell FE Jr, Califf RM, Behar VS, Floyd WL, Morris JJ, Waugh RA, Whalen
RE, Rosati RA. Predicting outcome in coronary disease. Statistical models versus expert clinicians.
Am J Med 1986;80:553-560.
6.
Lee KL, Pryor DB, Pieper KS, Harrell FE Jr, Califf RM, Mark DB, Hlatky MA, Coleman RE, Cobb
FR, Jones RH. Prognostic value of radionuclide angiography in medically treated patients with
coronary artery disease: a comparison with clinical and catheterization variables. Circulation
1990;82:1705-1717.
7.
Lee KL, Califf RM, Simes J, Van de Werf F, Topol EJ, for the GUSTO Investigators. Holding
GUSTO up to the light. Ann Intern Med 1994;120:876-881.
8.
Lee KL, Woodlief LH, Topol EJ, Weaver WD, Betriu A. Col J, Simoons M, Aylward P, Van de Werf
F, Califf RM. Predictors of 30-day mortality in the era of reperfusion for acute myocardial infarction:
results from an international trial of 41,021 patients. Circulation 1995;91:1659-1668.
9.
Harrell FE Jr., Lee KL, Mark DB. Tutorial in biostatistics. Multivariable prognostic models: issues in
developing models, evaluating assumptions and adequacy, and measuring and reducing errors.
Statistics in Medicine 1996;15:361-387.
10.
Buxton AE, Lee KL, Fisher JD, Josephson ME, Prystowsky EN, Hafley GE for the Multicenter
Unsustained Tachycardia Trial Investigators. A randomized, controlled trial of the prevention of
sudden death in patients with coronary artery disease. N Engl J Med 1999;341:1882-1889.
11.
Lee KL, Hafley G, Fisher JD, Gold MR, Prystowsky EN, Talajic M, Josephson ME, Packer DL,
Buxton AE, for the Multicenter Unsustained Tachycardial Trial Investigators. The effects of
implantable defibrillators on arrhythmic events and mortality in the Multicenter Unsustained
Tachycardia Trial. Circulation 2002;106:233-238.
12.
Bardy GH, Lee KL, Mark DB, Poole JE, Packer DL, Boineau R, Domanski M, Troutman C, Anderson
J, Johnson G, McNulty SE, Clapp-Channing N, Davidson-Ray LD, Fraulo ES, Fishbein DP, Luceri
RM, Ip JH, for the Sudden Cardiac Death in Heart Failure Trial (SCD-HeFT) Investigators.
Amiodarone or an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator for congestive heart failure. N Engl J Med
2005;352:225-237.
Do not exceed space allotted – additional pages not accepted.
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Kerry L Lee
IX. Supporting statements for the most pertinent of the following activities (A-F below), omitting those that are not particularly
applicable. The statements may not exceed four pages total (standard 12 point type).
A. Consulting on statistical problems.
D. Teaching and dissemination of statistical knowledge.
B. Statistical applications and data collection.
E. Statistical research.
C. Administration of statistical activities.
F. Activities in the American Statistical Association.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR ASSEMBLING THE NOMINATIONS
PACKAGE
Please Note: A cover letter is not needed
Assemble in this exact order:
1. Nomination form (Important: Page 1 of this document Must be the front sheet)
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2. Supporting Letters ( copies or Faxes are acceptable)
It is important to keep in mind that the guidelines for submitting nominations indicate clearly that letters of
support should be sent to the Nominator who is responsible for including the support letters in the nomination
package. Writers of supporting letters who send supporting letters to the ASA office independently of the
nomination package are NOT guaranteed to be reviewed by the Committee on Fellows.
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3. CV optional but HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
After you have assembled in the above order,
Please send one original of this form and supporting documents, printed on one side of the paper, together with
10 copies, printed on both sides. Each copy must be stapled together separately, so they can be distributed to each
of the 9 Committee members.
Again, please remember that Page 1 of the nomination form must be your front sheet.
PLEASE STAPLE EACH COPY SEPARATELY.
(Do not bind copies in any manner as they will be taken apart for processing )
Send to: American Statistical Association
C/O Carole A. Sutton,
Liaison for the Committee on Fellows
732 North Washington Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22314-3415
Fellows nomination package must be received at the American Statistical Association
By Monday, March 3, 2008
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