Provost Anthony K. Wutoh Receives Edward Bouchet Legacy Award

Howard University Provost Anthony K. Wutoh, Ph.D., a champion of excellence in higher education, service and research, recently received the Edward Bouchet Legacy Award and provided keynote remarks at Howard University Graduate School’s 12th annual Bouchet Forum.

Formerly the director for the Center for Minority Health Services Research as well as the Center of Excellence, Wutoh has varied interests, including pharmacoepidemiology, international health, health services/outcomes research and evaluation of large population databases, particularly in the area of AIDS and HIV infection in older patients. His research has received more than $50 million in grant funding from government agencies and foundations. A testament to his global interests, he has led and participated in various international programs, including sponsored projects in Nigeria, Zambia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Ghana.




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