Sigurd Normann, M.D., Ph.D. earns the American Cancer Society’s 2012 National Volunteer Leadership Award

The University of Florida Department of Pathology, Immunology and Laboratory Medicine warmly congratulates emeritus faculty member Sigurd Normann, M.D., Ph.D., for earning the American Cancer Society’s 2012 National Volunteer Leadership Award for his outstanding volunteer service with the organization since 1976.

Well done, Dr. Normann!

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“National Volunteer Leadership Award winner Sigurd Normann, M.D., Ph.D., has been a volunteer with the American Cancer Society since 1976. Over the years he has served the Society in numerous capacities, including a term as president of the Florida Division Board of Directors (1998-1999) and national service as a delegate to the former national assembly, and as a member of the Peer Reviewers Advisory Group, the Colorectal Cancer Operations Committee, the Research Evaluation Advisory Group and the Research and Medical Affairs Committee. Dr. Normann’s remarkable service also has included active membership on many Florida Division committees over the years, including on tobacco policy, governance, field operations, public policy, and two Hope Lodge task forces. During his term as president of the Florida Division, he led the effort to create the Florida Biomedical Research Program, which channeled millions of additional dollars toward medical research.

Dr. Normann is professor emeritus at the University of Florida’s Department of Pathology, where he received the Distinguished Faculty Award in 2006.”