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Dr. Becker elected as fellow in American College of Epidemiology

Dr. BeckerThomas Becker, MD, Professor, Department of Public Health & Preventive Medicine, has been named a fellow to the American College of Epidemiology.
Fellows are distinguished by their significant and sustained contributions to the profession through research, and or through their leadership roles in the practice of epidemiology. They have seven to 10 years of professional activity, with significant contributions and leadership in the field of epidemiology.
Previously, Dr. Becker was recognized as the 2007 outstanding teacher of public health in the nation by the Association of Prevention Teaching and Research, has been given substantial recognition for his research and training programs, and won the Medical Research Foundation Mentor Award in 2007. He is also the only Oregonian to have ever been elected into the American Epidemiological Society. 
Dr. Becker directs the Oregon Prevention Research Center, the Center for Healthy Communities, as well as directs the Northwest Native American Research Center for Health. He currently serves as chairman of the Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine. 

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