The International Biometric Society (IBS) and Caucus for Women in Statistics (CWS) instituted the Florence Nightingale Award, which was first awarded in 2020 during the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth. The award will be presented during every International Biometric Conference (IBC) year—these are every two years, next in Buenos Aires in early December, 2024. The Florence Nightingale Award is given to the most outstanding eligible candidate who was selected for an IBC 2022 oral presentation and has demonstrated exceptional scholarship. Candidates who have a record of service and care for the cause of women, and other honorable causes that raise the standing of disadvantaged groups in the profession, as evidenced by their application, will be viewed favorably. This year’s winner is Colleen Chan, Yale University, USA, for her talk titled Nonparametric estimation of the Potential Impact Fraction and the Population Attributable Fraction with individual-level and aggregated data.