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Yang Chai, D.M.D., Ph.D., D.D.S., professor, George and Mary Lou Boone Chair
in Craniofacial Biology, and associate dean of research, Ostrow School of
Dentistry, University of Southern California, Los Angeles. For pioneering
studies on the molecular regulation of cell types during craniofacial
development, leading to novel bioengineered treatment strategies and new
hope to patients suffering from debilitating and emotionally devastating
malformations of the head and face.
Ying-Hui Fu, Ph.D., professor, department of neurology, University of
California, San Francisco. For pioneering the identification of genes that
have significant contribution to human circadian behaviors and genetic
causes of altered sleep onset and duration, including familial advanced
sleep phase and familial natural short sleep.
Xihong Lin, Ph.D., chair and Henry Pickering Walcott Professor of
Biostatistics, professor of statistics, and coordinating director, Program
in Quantitative Genomics, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston.
For contributions to statistics, genetics, epidemiology, and environmental
health through influential and ingenious research in statistical methods
and applications in whole-genome sequencing association studies, gene-
environment, integrative analysis, and complex observational studies.
Albert L. Siu, M.D., M.S.P.H., professor, department of geriatrics and
palliative medicine, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York City.
For seminal contributions to evidence-based practice in health-services
research and in pioneering programs that intersect geriatrics and palliative
Xiaobin Wang, M.D., M.P.H., Sc.D., Zanvyl Krieger Professor and director,
Center on Early Life Origins of Disease, department of population, family,
and reproductive health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health,
and professor of pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and
Children’s Center, Baltimore. For contributions leading to the better
understanding of fetal-perinatal genetic and environmental precursors of
pediatric and chronic diseases, including preterm birth, obesity, asthma,
King-Wai Yau, Ph.D., professor of neuroscience, Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine, Baltimore. For pioneering research of the function of
the retina that has led to our molecular and cellular understanding of
circadian rhythms and several forms of hereditary blindness
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