Celebrating a lifetime of achievement in the field of medical education assessment.
About the Award
Established in 1983, the Hubbard Award recognizes individuals for their outstanding contributions to the pursuit of excellence in the assessment of medical education.
During his time at NBME, John P. Hubbard, MD led NBME into a new era of evaluation that resulted in the adoption of objective testing methods, including the use of multiple-choice questions.
View the timeline below to learn more about the history of the award.
Key People and Milestones from the Hubbard Award’s History