Amy Cantrell, PhD, a clinical associate professor of biostatistics, was selected by UF public health students for the 2016 Public Health Award for Faculty Excellence. The award recognizes a UF faculty member who has made significant contributions to public health through teaching, research or service. The annual award’s nomination and voting process is managed by Master of Public Health students.
In response to this recognition, Dr. Cantrell said, “I greatly enjoy teaching students in the Master of Public Health program and am honored to be recognized by these students. I believe the community of learning we create in the classroom helps keep me and the students enthusiastic about learning. For many MPH students, biostatistics will be a crucial part of their overall goal to improve public health and I am proud to be a part of this amazing program.”