John R. Kohl
John R. Kohl worked at SAS Institute as a technical writer, technical editor, and linguistic engineer for 25 years until his retirement. During his time at SAS, John devoted much of his time to terminology issues and to refining the Global English guidelines. As a linguistic engineer, John customized and supported tools and processes that helped make SAS documentation more consistent, easier to translate, and easier for non-native speakers of English to understand. John has been interested in machine translation and other language technologies for many years.
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2009 Society for Technical Communication, International Technical Publications Competition:
Award of Excellence Winner- The Global English Style Guide: Writing Clear, Translatable Documentation for a Global Market
2008-2009 Society for Technical Communication, Carolina Chapter Technical Publications Competition:
Distinguished Winner and Best of Show Winner- The Global English Style Guide: Writing Clear, Translatable Documentation for a Global Market
- A SAS user since 1986, Robert Obenchain is Principal Consultant at Risk Benefit Statistics LLC in Carmel, Indiana.
- Douglas E. Faries is Senior Research Advisor at Lilly USA, where he oversees statistical design and analysis support for Health Outcomes Research.
- Felicitas Kuehne is a Senior Scientist in Health Decision Science and Epidemiology and Coordinator of the Program on Causal Inference in Science at the Department of Public Health, Health Services Research and Health Technology Assessment at UMIT in Austria. She conducts decision-analytic modeling studies for causal research questions in several disease areas and teaches epidemiology and causal inference. She is the Coordinator of the HTADS course “Causal Inference in Observational Studies and Clinical Trials Affected by Treatment Switching: A Practical Hands-on Workshop.”
- Prof. Uwe Siebert, MD, MPH, MSc, ScD is a Professor of Public Health, Medical Decision Making and Health Technology Assessment, and Chair of the Department of Public Health, Health Services Research and HTA at UMIT – University for Health Sciences, Medical Informatics and Technology in Austria. He is also Adjunct Professor of Health Policy and Management at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health.