Professor Gaynor Elected to National Academy of Medicine
By Kelly Saavedra, originally published at CMU.edu
Martin Gaynor, E.J. Barone Professor of Economics and Public Policy at Heinz College, has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine.
National Academy membership is among the highest professional distinctions awarded to scientists, social scientists, engineers, and medical and health professionals, and honors those who have made outstanding contributions to their fields.
“It would be impossible to overstate the impact Dr. Gaynor has on his field and on our community,” said Ramayya Krishnan, dean of Heinz College. “It is a great privilege for our faculty and students to collaborate with and learn from a scholar of his caliber. I am proud to count him as a colleague and friend, and I speak for all of us at Heinz College when I congratulate Dr. Gaynor on this tremendous and well-deserved honor.”