Researchers receive Temin Award for fighting HIV, AIDS

November 2, 1995

ANN ARBOR—University of Michigan researchers have received the Howard M. Temin Award in Epidemiology for Scientific Excellence in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS. Announced in October at the VIIth International Conference on Human Retrovirology in Paris, France, the award was for an article, ” Role of the Primary Infection in Epidemics of HIV Infection in Gay Cohorts,” published in the Journal of AIDS and Human Retrovirology.

The researchers are John A. Jacquez, professor emeritus of physiology and biostatistics; James S. Koopman, professor of epidemiology; Carl P. Simon, professor of economics, mathematics and public policy; along with Ira Longini of Emory University.