2019 NSP Award Winners

Please join us in congratulating the winners of the 2019 New SAS Professional Award!

Recipients must have been employed using SAS in a job for three years or less at the start of the conference. Recipients may receive the award a maximum of two years. To be eligible for the second year, recipients must submit an abstract and be selected for an oral or poster presentation. This award includes complimentary registration for the conference and a half-day class.

Ian Burnes
University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Jessica Cacioppo
Department of Public Health Sciences, University of California, Davis

Sean-Paul Claypool
Synteract, Carlsbad, CA
Bespoke Outputs, Just Like Everyone Else’s: Using the SAS Macro Language to Create Template Programs for Standard Presentations of Your Client’s Clinical Trial Data

Donavin Drummond
MedImpact Healthcare Systems, San Diego, CA
Using SAS Visual Analytics to Effectively Visualize Health Care Data

Ronita Dutta
Inclin, Seattle, WA

Chunshuai Feng
Synteract, Carlsbad, CA

Raul Figueroa
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Los Angeles, CA

Michael Flanagin
Axio Research, Seattle, WA

Kathleen Gunn
Naval Health Research Center, San Diego, CA

Jui-Ting Hsiung
University of California, Irvine

Jelilat Majekodunmi
Los Angeles County, Los Angeles, CA

Elise Mara
San Francisco Department of Public Health, San Francisco, CA
Getting the Message Across: Cutting Run Times and Updating Databases with SAS/ACCESS

Denis Nyongesa
Kaiser Permanente, Portland, OR

Christina Park
University of California, Irvine

Siri Peterson
Axio Research, Seattle, WA

Wilson Ramos
UCLA Health, Los Angeles, CA

Matthew Ringel
Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, Helena, MT
General, Age-Specific, and Total Fertility Rates in Montana, 2008-2017

Ekaterina Roudneva
University of California, Davis
Easy Solutions To %LET You Reduce Repetitive Programming

Evan Timme
Arizona Department of Health Services, Phoenix, AZ

Kevin Uchimura
Statistics & Data Corporation, Tempe, AZ

Jing Xie
Seattle Children’s Research Institute, Seattle, WA