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Herrmann receives NACo Award

Associate Professor Jeffrey Herrmann (ME/ISR) recently won the NACo Achievement Award of the National Association of Counties (NACo). The award was presented for his leadership in DAGWOOD, a mass dispensing/vaccination clinic exercise conducted in Montgomery County, Md. in June 2004. The exercise successfully tested these components of the county public health services' emergency preparedness and response plan. In the past three years, Dr. Herrmann's work in improving mass vaccination clinic operations and his Clinic Planning Model Generator software has brought him international attention.

April 6, 2006


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