Fernando Alarid-Escudero receives Lee B. Lusted Student Prize for second year in a row

									Mona Rath |
																			November 5, 2015
					

Fernando AlaridFernando Alarid-Escudero, HSRP&A PhD student, was awarded the 2015 Lee B. Lusted Student Prize for outstanding student research presentation in quantitative methods and theoretical development for the second year in a row. He received the award at the 37th North American annual meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making meeting, Oct. 21.

The award is based on Alarid-Escudero’s research poster titled, “Introducing The Curve of Optimal Sample Size (COSS): A graphic representation of optimal sample size by willingness-to-pay threshold.” Co-authors are Eric Jutkowitz, HSRP&A PhD student, Karen Kuntz, HPM professor, and Hawre Jalal, HSRP&A PhD ‘13.

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