The Alcohol, Drugs and Impairment Division of the National Safety Council has named Laura Liddicoat the recipient of the 2016 Borkenstein Award. Liddicoat is being recognized for her 29 years of work in forensic toxicology at the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene, and for 13 years of service to the Alcohol, Drugs and Impairment Division of the National Safety Council, which she now chairs.
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The award, named for Breathalyzer® inventor Robert F. Borkenstein, recognizes individuals who, through a lifetime of service, have made outstanding contributions to the field of alcohol- and drug-related traffic safety. Honorees are selected by professionals involved in the Alcohol, Drugs and Impairment Division, which is managed by the National Safety Council.
Ms. Liddicoat will be recognized at a reception on Feb. 21 in Las Vegas.