Nathan Mantel Award
The Nathan Mantel Award is in honor of Nathan Mantel (1919-2002), in recognition of his seminal and pivotal contributions to statistics in epidemiology. The award is given every two years to a researcher for lifetime contributions to the development and application of statistical science to problems and issues in epidemiology. The award consists of a $1000 award and a plaque and will be presented by the Section on Statistics in Epidemiology (SIE) at the Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM).

2021 [Call for nomination] [Awardee]
2019 and before [Awardees]

Young Investigator Awards
The SIE Young Investigator Awards honor the best papers in statistics in epidemiology presented at the JSM each year. The awards are open to all current graduate students in statistics, biostatistics, and epidemiology, and also recent graduates who have received their degree within the past two years. The top paper will be awarded the Norman Breslow Prize with a $1000 stipend.  Additional awards consists of $800 to help defray travels costs to the JSM.