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External Award Opportunities

The following list includes award opportunities outside the Department of Pediatrics and Weill Cornell Medicine/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital for faculty, trainees, and staff.

Academic Pediatric Association (APA) Leadership Awards

The George Armstrong Lecture

  • George Armstrong, an English physician of the 18th century, established the first dispensary for children in London, England, in 1769. There he served with great devotion and taught others the care of sick children. He is honored as one of the fathers of modern pediatrics, and those who deliver this lecture are also honored as outstanding teachers and contributors to our knowledge of the care of children.
  • Learn more: The George Armstrong Lecture

APA Ray E. Helfer Award

  • Ray E. Helfer was an esteemed pediatric educator, child advocate and past President of the APA. This award is granted to the best medical education abstract submitted to the PAS Meeting by a non-trainee APA member which meets the criteria for creativity/innovation and impact on pediatric educational practice.
  • Learn more: Ray E. Helfer Award

APA Miller-Sarkin Award

  • The APA Miller-Sarkin Mentoring Award recognizes the contributions of an APA member who has provided outstanding mentorship to learners or colleagues, both locally and nationally and serves as a model to others who aspire to mentor others as they mature.
  • Learn more: Miller-Sarkin Award

APA Teaching Program Award

  • The purpose of this award is to foster interest in the teaching of general pediatrics by giving national recognition to an outstanding general pediatric program. Programs must demonstrate excellence in educational teaching methods, acceptance by students and/or residents, acceptance by the community and the institution innovations and adaptability, or outstanding quality of the individuals trained in the program. Emphasis is placed on the award being given to an outstanding program. 
  • Learn more: APA Teaching Program Award

APA Teaching Awards 

  • The Teaching Award for Faculty Mid-Level and Teaching Award for Faculty Junior-Level recognize excellence in teaching among APA members through two career teaching awards. Excellence is assessed not only by the quantity of teaching activities but also by the quality of teaching and engagement in the broader education community. 
  • Learn more: APA Teaching Awards 

Trainee Research Awards

  • Annually honor students, residents, and fellows engaged in pediatric research.  These awards are designed to recognize research excellence in the fields of general pediatrics (including public health, epidemiology, health policy, and underserved populations), health services research, education, adolescent medicine, child abuse, developmental/behavioral pediatrics, emergency medicine, and hospitalist medicine.  These awards are meant to encourage pediatric trainees to pursue careers in academic general pediatrics.
  • Awardees are selected based on the quality of their submitted PAS abstract.  Up to four individuals per trainee level (medical student, resident, fellow) will receive an award in addition to a certificate for the honoree and their mentor.
  • Learn more: Trainee Research Awards

Michael Shannon Award

  • Granted to the best abstract in the areas of pharmacology/toxicology, drug reactions/events, substance abuse, environmental health, disaster preparedness/response, and emergency medicine. Trainees and junior faculty are especially encouraged to apply.
  • This research award is in memory of the life achievements of Michael Shannon, MD, MPH, (1953-2009). Dr. Shannon was a professor at Harvard Medical School and the first African-American to be named full professor of Pediatrics at the institution. Considered the preeminent pediatric toxicologist in the world, he was also the first African-American to serve as division chief at Children’s Hospital Boston and served as chief of both the emergency medicine and clinical pharmacology departments.
  • Learn more: Michael Shannon Award

Ludwig-Seidel Award

  • Awarded to the abstract that represents the best research project in pediatric emergency medicine in which a PEM fellow is the lead author. Abstracts submitted by fellows in pediatric emergency medicine for podium or poster presentations at the Annual Meeting of the APA are eligible.
  • Learn more: Ludwig-Seidel Award

APA Research Award

  • Recognizes the contribution of a senior investigator or a network in advancing pediatric knowledge through excellence in research.  Research excellence is characterized by originality, creativity, and methodological soundness.  Through their research, the network/senior investigator has epitomized the mission of the APA and contributed significantly to the general health of children in such areas as understanding mechanisms of health and disease, methods of education, and innovative ways of providing children’s services, especially in the setting of vulnerable populations.  The award recipient will be held as a role model to young investigators and demonstrating to all the important mission of the APA.
  • Learn more: APA Research Award

Health Care Delivery Award

  • Recognizes an innovative and effective program that supports health care in the context of a teaching setting. The program must include residents, fellows, and/or medical students. It may provide general pediatric care or care to children with special or specific needs (e.g., children with lead poisoning, teenage mothers and their children, or children with chronic illnesses), or it may support a system of care (e.g., an immunization tracking system).
  • Learn more: Health Care Delivery Award

Joel Alpert Award

  • The Joel Alpert Award was established in 2016 by the Academic Pediatric Association to honor research that helps to improve the health of underserved children through service, education, or advocacy.
  • Learn more: Joel Alpert Award

Public Policy and Advocacy Award

  • Recognizes a health care professional, pediatric department, or program whose public policy advocacy efforts at the state, regional, national, or international level have improved the health and well-being of infants, children, and/or adolescents.
  • Learn more: Public Policy and Advocacy Awards

ACGME Awards

David C. Leach Award

  • This award recognizes residents and fellows who have fostered innovation and improvement in their residency programs, advanced humanism in medicine, and increased efficiency and emphasis on educational outcomes.
  • Learn more: David C. Leach Award

Debra L. Dooley GME Program Coordinator Excellence Award 

  • This award recognizes program coordinators who have an in-depth understanding of the accreditation process, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and projects to improve residency programs. (Formerly known as the GME Program Coordinator Excellence Award.)
  • Learn more: Debra L. Dooley GME Program Coordinator Excellence Award 

Barbara Ross-Lee, DO Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Award 

  • This award recognizes ACGME-accredited Sponsoring Institutions and programs and specialty organizations working to diversify the underrepresented physician workforce and create inclusive workplaces that foster humane, civil, and equitable environments.
  • Learn more: Barbara Ross-Lee, DO Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Award

GME Institutional Coordinator Excellence Award

  • This award recognizes an institutional coordinator that demonstrates in-depth knowledge of graduate medical education and the process for internal review. This person skillfully manages the multiple roles of administrator, counselor, enforcer, coordinator, organizer, and scheduler. 
  • Learn more: GME Institutional Coordinator Excellence Award

John C. Gienapp Award 

  • This award recognizes an individual that is dedicated to graduate medical education and has made outstanding contributions to the enhancement of residency education and ACGME accreditation activities.
  • Learn more: John C. Gienapp Award

Parker J. Palmer Courage to Lead Award 

  • Recognizes designated institutional officials who have demonstrated strong leadership and astute resource management and have encouraged innovation and improvement in residency programs and their Sponsoring Institutions.
  • Learn more: Parker J. Palmer Courage to Lead Award

Parker J. Palmer Courage to Teach Award

  • This award recognizes program directors who have fostered innovation and improvement in their residency programs and served as exemplary role models for residents.
  • Learn more: Parker J. Palmer Courage to Teach Award

Society for Pediatric Research (SPR) Awards and Programs

SPR PROSPER Diversity Award

  • The PRomotion of FellOwS‘ PEdiatric Research (PROSPER) Diversity Award will provide material support and mentoring for a one-year pediatric research project that will facilitate an academic research-focused career trajectory for fellows from under-represented minority background(s).
  • Learn more: SPR PROSPER Diversity Award
  • Maureen Andrew Mentor Award

    • Established in 2003, the Maureen Andrew Mentor Award honors the contributions of Dr. Maureen Andrew to the field of child health research. The award recognizes outstanding mentor leadership that generates excitement, creativity and scholarships leading to outstanding research and teaching.
    • Criteria: 
      • Must be a Pediatrician.
      • Must have a sustained record of excellence as a mentor, defined as an individual who demonstrates attributes of teacher, sponsor, guide, mentor, counselor.
    • Learn more: Maureen Andrew Mentor Award
  • Thomas A. Hazinski Distinguished Service

    • This award was established by the SPR Council in 2002 and honors a special individual who has provided exceptional service to the Society over an extended period. Public recognition of the award will be during the SPR Awards Presentations and Luncheon during the PAS Meeting.
    • Learn more: Thomas A. Hazinski Distinguished Service
  • SPR Award in honor of E Mead Johnson

    • Since 1939, the SPR Award in honor of E. Mead Johnson has recognized outstanding clinical and laboratory pediatric research achievements. The most prestigious award presented by the SPR, this honor recognizes E. Mead Johnson’s legacy of research excellence and impact on child health that continues to inspire the pediatric community today.
    • Criteria:
      • Must be in faculty position at least 7 years, but no more than 20 years.
      • Must have displayed research contributions related to pediatrics published within recent years.
      • Strong record of independent research productivity.
    • Learn more: SPR Award in honor of E Mead Johnson
  • Douglas K. Richardson Award

    • This award was established to honor Dr. Douglas K. Richardson’s contributions to child health services, perinatal and pediatric research, and the Society for Pediatric Research. The award honors the lifetime achievement of an investigator who has made substantive contributions in child health.
    • Criteria: 
      • Must be child health researchers of any specialty or advanced degree, including PhD researchers.
      • Must have displayed sustained record of excellence as a clinical investigator.
      • Does not have to be a member of Society for Pediatric Research.
      • Learn more: Douglas K. Richardson Award
  • Bridging to Success Award

    • The SPR Bridging to Success Award, a program initiated in 2016, supports transitioning pediatric physician-scientists who have submitted a K08 or K23 grant, which although not funded, may be potentially competitive on resubmission to the NIH.
    • The support mechanism consists of $40,000 awarded to the sponsoring institution with no indirect costs. The sponsoring institution and Department match the $40,000, thereby constituting $80,000 of the awardee’s support for one year. Salary support is the preferred mechanism of support though alternative uses of awarded funds may be considered on a case-by-case basis if justification for the use of funds for non-salary-related costs (which must be provided by the awardee) is approved by the SPR Awards committee.  In all cases, at least 75% protected research effort must be assured. The award does not allow for fringe or indirect costs and these costs should be covered by the institution from separate sources.  The $40,000 will be dispersed in two installments. If the awardee receives a K-grant by March 1, the awardee becomes ineligible for the final installment.
    • Learn more: Bridging to Success Award
  • New Member Outstanding Science Award

    • The SPR recognizes new members who have contributed to high quality scientific research and who continue to demonstrate meaningful contributions in the pediatric academic field.  As an honor for new members conducting exceptional research, the SPR Council selects two individuals to present their research during the SPR Presidential Plenary of the PAS Meeting.
    • Learn more: New Member Outstanding Science Award
  • SPR Awards to Enhance Diversity in the Research Workforce

    • Partnership with CareerPhysician, an academic search and leadership development firm exclusively dedicated to pediatric academic recruitment. This award provides funds for registration to the PAS Meeting for talented child health researchers who comes from an underrepresented background (as defined by NIH). One award per regional society of the SPR.
    • SPR Regional Society Leadership may nominate eligible candidates from their regional society by sending a brief description of the awardee and her/his associated science.
    • Learn more: SPR Awards to Enhance Diversity in the Research Workforce
  • Young Investigator Award

    • The prestigious Young Investigator Award was established by SPR in 1983. The award recognizes a rising star with outstanding scientific research accomplishments that help to unravel the mysteries of childhood development or disease.
    • Criteria:
      • Must have completed no more than 7 years post-training at the time of PAS Meeting (residency, post-doctoral or research fellowship).
      • Nominators of candidates who have completed more than 7 years of post-training due to interruption in research careers may request that committee waive stipulation.
      • Must not hold rank higher than Assistant Professor or equivalent.
      • Individuals with M.D. and/or Ph.D. are encouraged to apply.
      • Research work must have been conducted after graduation from medical school or completion of Ph.D.
    • Link: Young Investigator Award
  • European Young Investigator Exchange Program

    • This exchange program is an opportunity for the SPR to enhance its relationship with the European Society for Pediatric Research (ESPR) by fostering collaboration and providing educational exchange between the organizations. This program offers the opportunity for one ESPR young investigator to present his/her research at the annual Pediatric Academic (PAS) Meeting.  The candidate is selected by the ESPR to attend the PAS Meeting where he/she will be acknowledged for his/her accomplishment which includes receiving an award and presenting research to leaders within pediatric academics. In exchange, SPR will select one of its Fellow Research Awardees to attend the annual ESPR Meeting.
    • Learn more: European Young Investigator Exchange Program
  • Japan Pediatric Society (JPS) Fellow Exchange Program

    • This exchange program is an opportunity for the SPR to enhance its relationship with the Japan Pediatric Society (JPS) by fostering collaboration and providing educational exchange between the organizations. This program offers opportunities for JPS young investigators to present their research at the annual Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) Meeting.  Each year, three young investigators are selected by the JPS to attend the PAS Meeting where they will be acknowledged for their accomplishments which includes receiving an award and presenting research to leaders within pediatric academics.
    • Learn more: JPS Fellow Exchange Program
  • SPR Grant Writing 101 Program for Pediatric Researchers

    • Six-month workshop facilitated by highly successful pediatric researcher with proven grant track record. Participants will write a complete K grant and review a peer’s K application.
      • Facilitator guidance on writing each grant section combined with peer review.
      • Six conference calls featuring facilitator and peer oral critique of drafts and facilitator guidance on the upcoming grant section.
      • Participation limit of 5 researchers to ensure highly individual hands-on guidance.
    • Learn more: SPR Grant Writing 101 Program for Pediatric Researchers
  • Pilot Program: Research Cohort Network

    • The Research Cohort Network is a pilot program launched jointly with the Midwest Society for Pediatric Research (MSPR). It is designed specifically to support early career stage pediatric researchers. Research Cohort participants will have the opportunity to present scientific talks, give updates on their research, obtain feedback on their work, learn from successful pediatric researchers, and hear career advice that will help the participants succeed as a researcher, find a job, secure grants, and advance their careers.
    • Learn more: Pilot Program: Research Cohort Network

Society for Pediatric Research (SPR) Abstract Related Awards and Funding

  • House Officer Research Award

    • This award must be applied for at the time of PAS abstract submission.
    • The Society for Pediatric Research annually honors house officers engaged in pediatric research. These awards are designed to encourage pediatricians in training to pursue careers in academic pediatrics. Winning candidates are selected based on the quality of the work presented in the abstract. One to three awards will be given.
    • Eligibility Criteria: 
      • House Officer must submit and present the abstract prior to the completion of residency.
    • Candidates must fulfill the following conditions:
      • Complete the online application form and submit their abstract and supplemental materials by the abstract submission deadline.
      • The applicants need to describe their contribution to the project when asked to provide “brief description of the work performed.”
      • Applicant must be a House Officer or Resident.
    • Learn more: House Officer Research Award
  • SPR Student Research Award

    • This award must be applied for at the time of PAS abstract submission.
    • The Society for Pediatric Research annually honors students engaged in pediatric research. These awards are designed to encourage pediatricians in training to pursue careers in academic pediatrics. Winning candidates are selected based on the quality of the work presented in the abstract.
    • Three to six awards will be given, with one to two in each of the categories below:
      • MD/PhD and PhD Students:
        Eligibility Criteria: Student must submit and present abstract prior to the student receiving his/her MD/PhD or PhD degree.
      • Medical Students
        Eligibility Criteria: Student must submit and present abstract prior to the student receiving his/her MD degree.
      • High School and College Students
        Eligibility Criteria: Student must submit and present abstract prior to the student receiving his/her BS/BA degree.
    • Complete the online application form and submit their abstract and supplemental materials by the abstract submission deadline.
    • The applicants need to describe their contribution to the project when asked to provide “brief description of the work performed.”
    • First authorship on an abstract submitted to the PAS Meeting. The abstract must be accepted for presentation at the PAS Meeting to be considered.
    • The recipient must present the study at the PAS Meeting.
    • Learn more: Student Research Award
  • SPR Fellows’ Clinical Research Awards

    • The Society for Pediatric Research annually honors fellows engaged in pediatric clinical research. Winning candidates are selected based on the quality of the work (clinical, health services or translational research) presented in the abstract.  All awardees are chosen from the general category of SPR Fellow’s Clinical Research Awards applications. The SPR Fellow’s Clinical Research Awards are designed to encourage pediatricians in training to pursue careers in academic pediatrics. There is a maximum of 6 awards given from this category:
      • SPR Fellows’ Clinical Research Awards
        • 3 awards given annually.
        • Applicant must be a Fellow in Training (Ph.D. post-doctoral fellows do not qualify).
        • Applicant must submit and be able to present the abstract during the PAS Meeting prior to the completion of fellowship.
        • The abstract must be clinical or translational research.
        • First authorship on an abstract submitted to the Pediatric Academic Societies’ (PAS) Meeting. The abstract must be accepted for presentation at the PAS Annual Meeting to be considered.
        • Learn more: Fellows’ Clinical Research Award
      • SPR Richard D. Rowe Award for Clinical Research
        • 1 award given annually.
        • The SPR Richard D. Rowe Award for Clinical Research by a Fellow was established in 1988 by the colleagues, trainees, and friends of Dr. Rowe to honor his many personal achievements, commitment to academic excellence, integrity and humility.  The winning candidate is chosen from the SPR Fellow’s Clinical Research Award applicants whose abstract has been accepted for a platform session.
        • The applicant must be Fellow in Training (Ph.D. post-doctoral fellows do not qualify.)
        • Applicant must submit and be able to present the abstract during the PAS Meeting prior to the completion of fellowship.
        • The abstract must be basic research.
        • First authorship on an abstract submitted to the PAS Meeting. The abstract must be accepted for presentation at the PAS Meeting to be considered.
        • Learn more: SPR Richard D. Rowe Award
      • SPR Clinical Research Awards for Fellows
        • 2 awards given annually.
        • Sponsored by the Junior SPR Members’ Section. The winning candidate is chosen from the SPR Fellow’s Clinical Research Award Applicants; in addition, must be a member of the SPR Junior Section membership.
        • Applicant must be a Fellow in Training (Ph.D. post-doctoral fellows do not qualify).
        • Applicant must submit and be able to present the abstract during the PAS Meeting prior to the completion of fellowship.
        • The abstract must be clinical or translational research.
        • First authorship on an abstract submitted to the Pediatric Academic Societies’ (PAS) Meeting. The abstract must be accepted for presentation at the PAS Annual Meeting to be considered.
        • Learn more: SPR Clinical Research Awards for Fellows
  • SPR Fellows’ Basic Research Awards

    • The Society for Pediatric Research annually honors fellows engaged in pediatric basic research. Winning candidates are selected based on the quality of the work (basic research) presented in the abstract.  All awardees are chosen from the general category of SPR Fellow’s Basic Research Awards. The SPR Fellow’s Basic Research Awards are designed to encourage pediatricians in training to pursue careers in academic pediatrics.
      • SPR Fellows’ Basic Research Awards
        • 3 awards given annually.
        • The Society for Pediatric Research annually honors fellows engaged in pediatric basic research. Winning candidates are selected based on the quality of the work (basic research) presented in the abstract.  All awardees are chosen from the general category of SPR Fellow’s Basic Research Awards.
        • This award must be applied for at the time of PAS abstract submission.
        • Fellow must submit and present the abstract prior to the completion of the fellowship.
        • The applicant must be Fellow in Training (Ph.D. post-doctoral fellows do not qualify.)
        • Applicant must submit and be able to present the abstract during the PAS Meeting prior to the completion of fellowship.
        • The abstract must be basic research.
        • First authorship on an abstract submitted to the PAS Meeting. The abstract must be accepted for presentation at the upcoming PAS Meeting to be considered.
        • Learn more: SPR Fellows’ Basic Research Awards
      • David G. Nathan Award in Basic Research
        • 1 awarded annually.
        • The SPR David G. Nathan Award in Basic Research by a Fellow was established in 2000 by the colleagues, trainees, and friends of Dr. Nathan to honor his achievements in every aspect of academic pediatrics. The winning candidate is chosen from the SPR Fellow’s Basic Research Award applicants whose abstract has been accepted for a platform session.
        • Learn more: David G. Nathan Award
      • SPR Basic Research Awards for Fellows by Junior SPR Members' Section
        • 2 awards given annually.
        • The SPR Basic Research Awards for Fellows, sponsored by the Junior SPR Members’ Section was established in 2013.  The winning candidates are chosen from the SPR Fellow’s Basic Research Award Applicants, in addition, must be a member of the SPR Junior Section membership.
        • The applicant must be Fellow in Training (Ph.D. post-doctoral fellows do not qualify.)
        • Applicant must submit and be able to present the abstract during the PAS Meeting prior to the completion of fellowship.
        • The abstract must be basic research.
        • First authorship on an abstract submitted to the PAS Meeting. The abstract must be accepted for presentation at the upcoming PAS Meeting to be considered.
        • Learn more: SPR Basic Research Awards for Fellows (Junior SPR Members' Section)
  • SPR and APS Joint Award

    • Mary Ellen Avery Award

      • In 2013, the APS and SPR established and endowed the Mary Ellen Avery Award.  This award honors Dr. Avery’s outstanding lifetime achievements and seminal contributions to neonatal health through her discovery of respiratory distress syndrome (RDS), her research and academic leadership, and her outstanding service to pediatrics and neonatology. 
      • With this award the APS and SPR seek to recognize a pediatric investigator who has made important contributions to neonatal health through basic or translational research.
      • Eligibility:
        • Pediatric investigator with a sustained record of excellence as a neonatal health investigator.
        • Record of substantive:
          • Neonatal health research contributions.
          • Impact on the field.
          • National and international recognition.
      • Learn more: Mary Ellen Avery Award
  • Federation of Pediatric Organizations (FOPO) Award

    • The Federation of Pediatric Organizations (FOPO) is composed of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Academic Pediatric Association, American Pediatric Society, American Board of Pediatrics, Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairs, Association of Pediatric Program Directors, and Society for Pediatric Research. The purpose of FOPO is to promote optimal health for children by building on the efforts and expertise of the member organizations, and on the relationships between the member organizations to accomplish shared goals.
    • Joseph W. St. Geme, Jr. Leadership Award
      • This award was created in honor of Dr. St. Geme to recognize a pediatrician who is a role model for others to emulate as a clinician, an educator, and/or an investigator. Recipients of this award have had a record of broad and sustained contributions to pediatrics that have had or will have a major impact on child health. Most importantly, the award recognizes those individuals who have “created a future” within the field.
      • The individual must be a pediatrician who is perceived as a role model for others to emulate, as a clinician, an educator, and/or an investigator.
      • The individual must be a leader who has “created a future” for pediatrics and for children and has played an active role in one or more organizations sponsoring this award.
      • The individual should preferably have a record of broad sustained contributions to pediatrics that have had or will have a major impact on child health.
      • The individual must be currently active in pediatrics.
      • The individual can be a retired member of any of the pediatric organizations sponsoring this award.
      • Learn more: Joseph W. St. Geme, Jr. Leadership Award

Association of Pediatric Program Directors (APPD)

  • The Carol Berkowitz Award for Advocacy and Leadership in Pediatric Medical Education

    • This award honors a Program Coordinator for extraordinary or innovative contribution(s) of advocacy and leadership in pediatric medical education at a national level through APPD.
  • Robert S. Holm, M.D. Leadership Award

    • The Robert S. Holm, MD Leadership Award honors an APPD member (past or present) for extraordinary contribution in leadership and support of other program leaders as a mentor, advisor or role model at a national level through APPD.
    • Learn more: Robert S. Holm, M.D. Leadership Award
  • Walter W. Tunnessen , Jr. MD Award for the Advancement of Pediatric Resident Education 


American Academy of Pediatrics Awards

  • AAP Education Award

    • Council on Communications and Media, Committee on Pediatric Education, Committee on Continuing Medical Education
  • AAP Samuel J. Fomon Nutrition Award

  • Advocacy Award

    • Section on Critical Care
  • Arnold J. Capute Award

    • Council on Children with Disabilities
  • Avroy Fanaroff Neonatal Education Award

    • Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
    • Sponsored by Mead Johnson Nutrition
  • Award for Outstanding Service to Maltreated Children

  • Award for Pediatric Innovation

    • Section on Advances in Therapeutics and Technology
  • Bret Ratner Pediatric Allergy and Immunology Research Award

    • Section on Allergy and Immunology
    • Sponsored by Abbott Nutrition
  • Anderson Aldrich Award for Lifetime Achievement in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics

    • Section on Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
  • Charles "Buzzy" Vanchiere Award

    • Section on Administration and Practice Management
  • Child Health Advocate Award

    • Committee on State Government Affairs
  • Clifford G. Grulee Award

    • AAP Executive Committee/AAP Board of Directors
  • Dave Berry Award

    • Section on Uniformed Services
  • Dale Richmond/Justin Coleman Award

    • Section on Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
    • Supported by the Richmond/Coleman Endowment
  • David W. Smith Award for Excellence in Genetics and Birth Defects Education

    • Council on Genetics
  • Edwin L Kendig Award

    • Section on Pediatric Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine
  • Distinguished Career Award

    • Section on Critical Care
  • Distinguished Service Award

    • Section on Orthopedics
    • Supported by Shriners Hospitals for Children
  • Donald W. Schiff, M.D., FAAP, Child Advocacy Award 

    • Section on Senior Members
  • Dr. Susan S. Aronson Early Education and Child Care Advocacy Award

    • Council on Early Childhood
  • Ellen Perrin Award for Excellence in LGBTQ+ Health and Wellness

    • Section on LGBT Health and Wellness
  • Emerging Leader Award

    • Section on Adolescent Health
  • Edwards Rushton CATCH Award

    • Supported by Rushton Endowment District CATCH Facilitators
    • Supported by Rushton Endowment
  • Henry L. Barnett Award

    • Section on Nephrology
  • Hillman-Olness Award for Lifetime Service and Lasting Contributions to Global Child Health 

    • Section on Global Health
  • Holroyd-Sherry Award 

    • Council on Communications and Media
  • Jim Seidel Distinguished Service Award 

    • Section on Emergency Medicine
    • Council on Community Pediatrics
  • Ken Graff Young Investigator Research Award 

    • Section on Emergency Medicine
    • Supported by the Graff Endowment
  • Local Hero Award

    • Council on Community Pediatrics
  • Martin C. Ushkow Community Service Award

    • Council on School Health
    • National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement 
  • Murray Davidson Award

    • Section on Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
  • Neonatal Landmark Award

    • Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
    • Sponsored by Mead Johnson Nutrition
  • Neonatal Pioneer Award

    • Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
  • Outstanding Achievement Award

    • Section on Epidemiology, Public Health, and Evidence and Council on Community Pediatrics
  • Outstanding Service Award

    • Section on the Armed Forces Medicine  
  • Pediatric Hospital Medicine Abstract Research Award

    • Section on Hospital Medicine
    • Sponsored by Abbott Nutrition
  • Richard B. Heyman Award

    • Section on Adolescent Health
  • Robert M. Smith Award

    • Section on Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine
  • Section on Infectious Diseases Award for Lifetime Contributions in Infectious Diseases Education

    • Section on Infectious Disease
  • Senator Daniel Inouye & Calvin C.J. Sia Advocacy Award

    • Section on Emergency Medicine
  • Steve Miller Award for Excellence in Education & Mentorship

    • Section on Emergency Medicine
  • Technological Innovations in Pediatric Emergency Medicine Award 

    • Section on Emergency Medicine
    • Sponsored by EBSCO Health/DynaMed Plu
  • Thomas F. Tonniges, M.D., FAAP, Lifetime Achievement Award for Advocacy on Behalf of Vulnerable Children

    • Council on Foster Care, Adoption and Kinship Care
  • Virginia Apgar Award

    • Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
    • Sponsored by Abbott Nutrition
  • William G. Bartholome Award for Ethical Excellence

    • Section on Bioethics: Council on Community Pediatrics
  • Calvin (C.J.) Sia Community Pediatrics Medical Home Leadership and Advocacy Award

    • Section on Bioethics: Council on Community Pedi
  • Fellow Achievement Award 

    • Council on Injury, Violence and Poison Prevention
  • Pediatric Cardiology

    • Founders Award
    • Section on Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery
  • Gerald Merenstein Lectureship

    • Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
    • Sponsored by Abbott Nutrition
  • Holroyd-Sherry Award

    • Council on Communications and Media
  • James T. Cassidy Award

    • Section on Rheumatology
  • Jerome Glaser Distinguished Service Award

    • Section on Allergy and Immunology
  • Michael Shannon Humanitarian Award 

    • Section on Emergency Medicine
  • Milton J.E. Senn Award

    • Council on School Health
  • Native American Child Health Advocacy Award

    • Committee on Native American Child Health
  • Pioneer in Integrative Medicine Award

    • Section on Integrative Medicine
  • Thomas E. Cone Jr., M.D., Lecture on Perinatal History

    • Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Sponsored by Abbott Nutrition

American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI)

  • ASCI Council Young Physician-Scientist Awards 

    • Recognizse physician-scientists who are early in their first faculty appointment and have made notable achievements in their research. With these awards, the ASCI seeks to encourage and inspire these physician-scientists through their participation in the Joint Meeting.
    • Learn more: ASCI Young Physician-Scientist Awards
  • The Donald Seldin ~ Holly Smith Award for Pioneering Research

    • Initiated by the ASCI Council in 2014, connects the next generation of physician-scientist leaders with the legacies of two esteemed ASCI members, Drs. Donald W. Seldin and Lloyd H. “Holly” Smith Jr., whom we celebrate for both their scientific contributions and their dedicated mentorship of countless physician-scientists. The annual award, accompanied by an unrestricted $30,000 grant to advance academic efforts, honors an early-career physician-scientist who has demonstrated exceptional creativity and accomplishments in biomedical research. In addition, the recipient delivers a research talk at the Joint Meeting and receives mentoring from the members of the Award Selection and Advisory Committees.
    • Learn more: Donald Seldin - Holly Smith Award
  • The ASCI/Harrington Prize for Innovation in Medicine

    • A collaboration between the ASCI and the Harrington Discovery Institute at University Hospitals Case Medical Center. The Prize, established with its first recipient in 2014, honors a physician-scientist who has moved science forward with achievements notable for innovation, creativity, and potential for clinical application. The Prize carries a $20,000 honorarium, a lectureship at the ASCI’s annual meeting, and publication of a personal essay in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
    • Learn more: Harrington Prize 
  • The Stanley J. Korsmeyer Award

    • Recognizes the outstanding achievements of ASCI members in advancing knowledge in a specific field and in mentoring future generations of life science researchers. The recognition, which was first known as the ASCI Award, was renamed in 2006 in honor of Dr. Stanley J. Korsmeyer, a dedicated and accomplished physician-scientist and mentor who was the first recipient in 1998 and who passed away in 2005. The recipient of the annual Award is provided with a $20,000 honorarium and presents the Korsmeyer Lecture at the Society’s annual meeting.
    • Learn more: Stanley J. Korsmeyer Award
  • ASCI Membership Nominations

    • Nominations of eligible individuals must be proposed by ASCI members. The ASCI Council reviews nominations and, from these, provides the Active membership with a recommendation of nominees for election. The nomination cycle is typically open mid-July through mid-September each year for potential election the following year.
    • Learn more: ASCI Membership Nomination


Eastern Society for Pediatric Research (ESPR)

Subspecialty Awards

Pediatric Gastroenterology

  • NASPGHAN Foundation Teri Li Young Educator Award

    • The NASPGHAN Foundation Teri Li Young Educator Award recognizes individuals in the first phase of their professional career who have made an outstanding contribution to the field of pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and/or nutrition through education scholarship. Candidates must be a NASPGHAN member in good standing, within ten (10) years of their 1st academic appointment. Please note: If the nominee’s service time has not been continuous please document any leaves to demonstrate that he/she has been in an academic position less than 10 years. Similarly, if the nominee has held academic positions at more than one institution, the total number of years cannot exceed 10 years.
    • Learn more: Teri Li Young Educator Award
  • NASPGHAN Master Educator Award

    • Recognizes individuals who have made a significant and sustained contribution to the field of pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and/or nutrition through education scholarship on a national or international basis. Candidates must be a NASPGHAN member in good standing.
    • Master educators should have dedicated their careers to education and education-related projects and have accomplished a body of work exemplifying dedication to educational pursuits.  Most will have had careers spanning at least 10 years.   
    • Learn more: Master Educator Award
  • NASPGHAN Committee Application 

  • The Shwachman Award

    • The Shwachman award is given by NASPGHAN to a person who has made major, lifelong scientific or educational contributions to the field of pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology or nutrition in North America.  The award is designed to preferentially honor a member of NASPGHAN for outstanding achievements in the field of pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition. This prestigious award will be given at the Annual Meeting.
    • Nominees for the Shwachman award will be judged on the basis of major lifelong scientific or educational contributions to the field.  The Shwachman award is distinguished from the Davidson award given by the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Gastroenterology and Nutrition in that the Davidson Award is designed to honor a master clinician and/or educator.  The additional criteria for Shwachman nominees are a record of advocacy for child digestive diseases, outstanding administrative service to the field and lifelong scientific or educational contributions to our discipline.  While service to NASPGHAN will be positively regarded, service to NASPGHAN is not an a priori requirement of the Shwachman award. 
    • Learn more: Shwachman Award
  • Margaret Stallings Distinguished Service Awards

    • Distinguished Service Awards are presented to members of NASPGHAN in recognition of excellence and service to the field of pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, and nutrition by achieving national and/or international recognition in the field.  Both physicians and non-physicians are eligible for this award.  This award will be given at the Annual Meeting. Distinguished Service Awards normally will be granted to individuals who have reached at least 60 years of age and made major contributions to child health in the fields of pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology or nutrition.  Awardees should not be members of the NASPGHAN Awards Committee, councilors, or officers at the time of selection.
    • Learn more: Margaret Stallings Distinguished Service Awards
  • NASPGHAN Foundation Grants 

  • Fellow of NASPGHAN

    • Attainment of the prestigious Fellow of NASPGHAN status is reserved for those NASPGHAN members that have made significant contributions to the field of pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology or nutrition. Members with a strong career track record for success as clinicians, physician scientists (MD/DO, MD/DO/PhD) or researchers (PhD/ MSC) in the field of pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition are encouraged to apply. Fellow status can be attained by meeting all criteria for either Clinical Practice or Research expertise.
    • Learn more: Fellow of NASPGHAN
  • Medical Student Mentored Summer Research Fellowship Application

    • To develop a program at multiple sites throughout the U.S. and Canada through which medical students can have 10-week research experiences under the mentorship of basic or clinical scientists with a research focus in pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, or nutrition.  Students in good standing at accredited medical schools in the U.S. and Canada who have completed at minimum their first year of medical training. Preference will be given to students who are seeking a research experience between the first and second years of medical school, though applications from all currently enrolled students will be considered. Application forms will be available in late January.
    • LINK: Summer Research Fellowship Application
       

Child Neurology

  • Child Neurology Society Hower Award

    • The Child Neurology Society Hower Award is given annually to honor a child neurologist and member of the CNS who is highly regarded as an outstanding teacher and scholar, and additionally has given a high level of service to the Child Neurology Society. Particular emphasis is placed on contributions to child neurology on national (ABPN, AAN, ANA) and international levels.
    • Learn more: Hower Award
  • Child Neurology Society Bernard Sachs Award

    • The Child Neurology Society Bernard Sachs Award is given annually to honor someone of international status who has done leading research in neuroscience with relevance to the care of children with neurological disorders. The awardee does not have to be a member of the Child Neurology Society. Nominations for the Bernard Sachs Award are due 13 months in advance, with final selection made by the CNS Awards Committee and the CNS Executive Committee. The recipient will deliver a 45 minute lecture as part of the CNS Annual Meeting Scientific Program.
    • Learn more: Sachs Award

  • The Philip R. Dodge Young Investigator Award

    • Award for basic science or clinical research by accomplished young investigators who are members of the Child Neurology Society. The Dodge Award is supported by an endowment funded by CNS members and institutional contributors. The recipient of the Dodge Award will receive a grant of $30,000 and will be invited to present their work at the Annual Meeting of the Child Neurology Society.
    • Learn more: Philip R. Dodge Young Investigator Award
  • Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award

    • The CNS Arnold P Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award is awarded annually to a child neurologist or developmental pediatrician of any age who has been nominated by their peers and selected by the Child Neurology Society Award Committee. The focus of this award is to recognize an individual who has shown extraordinary and ongoing humanism in their medical career. A $1000 honorarium is given with the award.
    • Learn more: Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award

American College of Medical Genetics

  • Next Generation Awards

    • Our mission to achieve greater health through genetics is accomplished by developing effective community and corporate partnerships that share a common interest to achieve the ACMGF mission of better health through genetics; through its exploration of medical research and education in the genetic and genomic profession. We are honored to recognize individuals who represent the “Next Generation” of emerging leaders who are completing their medical, counseling, research, and laboratory training that have made notable contributions in the profession and study of medical genetics and genomics.
    • Learn more: Summary of Next Generation Awards
  • NIH-ACMG Genomic Medicine Program Management Fellowship

    • The NIH-ACMG Genomic Medicine Program Management Fellowship was established in 2017 as a partnership among ACMG and four components of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) - the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD), and the All of Us (AoU) Research Program. This fellowship seeks to increase the pool of health practitioners trained in managing research and implementation programs in genomic medicine.
    • Learn more: NIH-ACMG Fellowship
  • The Annual Richard King Trainee Award for Best Publication

    • Award recognizing the most outstanding research publication by an American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ABMGG)- or Accreditation Council for Genetic Counseling (ACGC)-accredited program trainee (or international equivalent). The award consists of a $1,000 cash prize to the recipient as well as travel, hotel and registration costs OR registration costs for virtual attendance for the annual ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting that year1. Eligible individuals are an ABMGG- or ACGC-accredited program trainees (or international equivalent), or trainees in their first-year post-training (for genetic counselors, first year post-master’s degree), who have been first author or corresponding author on a paper published the preceding calendar year in Genetics in Medicine.
    • Learn more: Richard King Trainee Award
  • Summer Genetics Scholars Program 

  • This is a popular Foundation program that allows students who have completed their first year of medical school to work directly with a medical geneticist mentor. The six-week program educates future physicians about medical genetics and genomics in a “real world” setting and thanks to support from BioMarin, participating students receive a stipend.
  • Learn more: Summer Genetics Scholars Program

Neonatology

  • Pediatric Academic Societies: William A Silverman Lecture 

Pediatric Cardiology

  • American College of Cardiology ACC Distinguished Awards Program

  • ACC Master of the American College of Cardiology (MACC) Designation

    • Nominees for the Master designation will have been Fellows of the College in good standing for more than fifteen years. Dedicated service to the College over time is the primary and necessary distinguishing characteristic of nominees for the Master designation. The nominees will have served with distinction and provided leadership on College programs and committees and may have served as trustees or governors. Excellence in education, clinical practice and scholarship will be important supporting characteristics.
    • Learn more: https://www.acc.org/Membership/Join-Us/Benefits/Award-Programs/Master-of-the-American-College-of-Cardiology-Designation
  • ACC Douglas P. Zipes Distinguished Young Scientist Award

  • ACC Young Investigator Awards Competition

    • The Young Investigator Awards competition encourages young scientific investigators of promise to continue with their cutting-edge journey. At ACC.22 18 finalists will battle it out in the Clinical Investigations, Basic and Translational Science or Outcome Research category. The first place winner in each category receives $2,000, second place winners receive $1,000 and 4 honorable mentions in each category receive $500. All 18 finalists will receive up to $1,500 in reimbursements to attend the YIA competition at ACC's Annual Scientific Session.
    • Learn more: https://www.acc.org/Membership/Join-Us/Benefits/Award-Programs/Young-Investigator-Awards
  • Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI) F. Mason Sones, Jr., MD, FSCAI Distinguished Service Award

    • This award was established in 2001 and recognizes a SCAI Fellow who has notably enhanced the stature of the Society or made significant contributions to the attainment of the Society’s objectives. In recent years, SCAI has given one or more awards each year. Awardees are presented the award at the Society’s Annual Scientific Sessions. SCAI congratulates these outstanding physician-leaders, and thanks them for their dedication to the profession and their patients.
    • Learn more: https://scai.org/membership/awards-and-recognition/f-mason-sones-jr-md-fscai-distinguished-service-award
  • SCAI Helping Hearts Lifetime Service Award

  • SCAI-WIN CHIP Fellowship

    • The SCAI-WIN (Women in Innovations) fellowship opportunity is offered to interventional cardiology (IC) fellows or practicing interventional cardiologists interested in pursuing an additional year of advanced training (beyond traditional IC fellowships) focusing on complex and high-risk interventional procedures (CHIP) and percutaneous acute mechanical circulatory support training in the cardiac catheterization laboratory.
    • Learn more: https://scai.org/membership/awards-and-recognition/scai-win-chip-fellowship
  • Master Interventionalists of SCAI (MSCAI)

    • The MSCAI designation recognizes outstanding members of SCAI who are nominated by their peers for having demonstrated excellence over the course of their careers and for their commitment to the highest levels of clinical care, innovation, publication and teaching.  A new class of MSCAI are nominated every year by their peers in the SCAI member community. While only currently active FSCAI can be nominated, any SCAI member can submit a nomination.
    • Learn more: https://scai.org/master-interventionalists-scai-mscai
  • Pediatric Interventional and Congenital Interventional Cardiovascular Society (PICS)

    • Have awards at the annual meeting for:
      • Best abstract
      • Best case presentation
      • PICS achievement awards (you can’t apply for these; must be nominated)
      • They often create ad-hoc awards for each meeting depending on sponsorship but may not be recurring.
      • Young Investigator Award
    • Learn more: https://www.picsymposium.com/home.html  

Pediatric Nephrology

  • American Society of Pediatric Nephrology (ASPN) Founder’s Award

    • The purpose of this award is to recognize individuals who have made a unique and lasting contribution to the field of pediatric nephrology. Nominations are received from the membership. The recipient is selected by an Awards Committee composed of the ASPN President, two past presidents, who are not currently on the Council and three at large members appointed by Council. In addition to being recognized at the annual meeting, the recipient of the Founders’ Award receives a cash donation to be used at his/her discretion, 2 nights lodging, free registration and round trip airfare to the annual meeting.
    • Learn more: https://www.aspneph.org/about-us/awards-grants/
  • AAP Section on Nephrology – Henry L. Barnett Award

    • The Henry L. Barnett Award recognizes a pediatric nephrologist for outstanding teaching and clinical care for children with kidney disease.

  • ASPN Fellow Research Presentation Award

    • Fellows presently enrolled in an ACGME-approved pediatric nephrology training program are eligible to receive complimentary meeting registration. If they are the first author of an abstract that is accepted for poster or platform presentation at the ASPN meeting, an additional $100 will be awarded.
    • Learn more: https://www.aspneph.org/about-us/awards-grants/

  • ASPN Trainee Research Awards

    • Two ASPN Trainee Research Awards will be given of equal value. Medical students, residents, or fellows who are pursuing combined clinical and research training towards becoming a pediatric nephrologist are eligible. One award will recognize the best abstract on patient-oriented research and one the best basic science abstract, based on the quality of the work. The awards will consist of cash awards, partially paid travel expenses, and complimentary registrations. Candidates for the Trainee Research Award will be solicited during the Call for Abstracts.
    • Learn more: https://www.aspneph.org/about-us/awards-grants/
  • ASPN Resident Travel Grant

    • ASPN sponsors residents and selected other non-fellow trainees to attend the annual ASPN/PAS meeting. Stipends to partially support travel ($400) and complimentary registration are given on a competitive basis. Applicants must be medical students, pediatric residents, chief residents, or med-peds residents currently enrolled in an ACGME-accredited pediatric residency program. Priority is given to those trainees earlier in their education (i.e., PL-1 and PL-2). This grant is restricted to a one-time acceptance.
    • Learn more:  https://www.aspneph.org/about-us/awards-grants/

Pediatric Endocrinology

  • Pediatric Endocrine Society (PES) Clinician Award

    • This award is to be granted to a PES member in good standing and working in North America, at least 10 years in practice, who is widely acknowledged by her or his peers as possessing exemplary clinical acumen, knowledge, and expertise.
    • Learn more: https://pedsendo.org/award/clinician-award/
  • Pediatric Endocrine Society Educator Award

    • This award is to be granted to a PES member in good standing and working in North America, at least 10 years in practice, who is renowned among colleagues and trainees alike for being an extraordinarily gifted and dedicated teacher and mentor.
    • Learn more: https://pedsendo.org/award/educator-award/
  • Pediatric Endocrine Society Young Investigator Award

    • This award is to be granted to a physician-scientist within the first five years of completing their clinical pediatric endocrinology fellowship, and whose innovative and cutting-edge clinical, basic or translational research is aimed to significantly advance the field of pediatric endocrinology. Such individuals will either be a 4th – 5th Year Fellow, or have the rank of Instructor or Assistant Professor).
    • Learn more: https://pedsendo.org/award/young-investigator-award/
  • American Diabetes Association Outstanding Achievement in Clinical Diabetes Research Award

  • American Diabetes Association Outstanding Physician-Clinician Award

  • Pediatric Endocrine Society Grants and Awards

    • PES offers an array of grant and award opportunities, including scientific grants to trainees and junior faculty, travel grants for fellows and medical students to attend meetings, international scholars, and career awards to senior faculty.
    • Learn more: https://pedsendo.org/grants-awards

Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

  • ASH Awards

    • As the world's largest professional society of hematologists, ASH provides many awards and programs to support hematologists in all stages of their careers and to honor those who have helped advance the field of hematology.  Their awards are not specific to pediatrics.
    • Learn more: https://www.hematology.org/awards

  • American Society for Pediatric Hematology Oncology (ASPHO)

    • ASPHO's award program honors outstanding individuals in the hematology/oncology profession. Each year, individuals are honored for their contributions and discoveries in the subspecialty. Awards recognize contributions to research, patient care, education and advocacy at all career stages.
    • Learn more: http://aspho.org/career-development/awards/overview
  • Barbara and Peter T. Pruitt Jr. ITP Research Award

    • Two $20,000 grants awarded annually to investigators conducting innovative ITP patient-centered research, The Barbara and Peter T. Pruitt Jr. ITP Research Award is named in honor of two generous friends and the largest single donors in the history of PDSA: Barbara Pruitt, ITP patient since age four, dedicated volunteer and passionate patient advocate and Peter Pruitt, devoted caregiver and supporter serving as PDSA’s Board Chair for over a decade.
    • Learn more: https://pdsa.org/patients-caregivers/disease-information/research.html   
  • The James B. Bussel, ITP Young Investigator Award

    • The James B. Bussel, MD ITP Young Investigator Award was established in 2017 by the PDSA Board of Directors to honor Dr. Bussel for all that he has done and continues to do to make a difference in the lives of ITP patients, their families, and his contributions to mentoring and advancing the scientific careers of promising clinical investigators.  It is awarded competitively to support excellence in academic ITP research by providing a selected student deemed to be of exceptional promise and a highly meritorious project with a $10,000 scholarship award funded by the Platelet Disorder Support Association.
    • Learn more: https://pdsa.org/patients-caregivers/disease-information/research.html

Pediatric Pulmonary

  • ATS Lifetime Contribution Award

  • ATS Pediatric Clinician Educator Award

  • ATS Robert E. Mellins, MD Award

  • ATS Carole L. Marcus Outstanding Achievement Award

    • This award is intended to recognize the career accomplishments in pediatric sleep and respiratory neurobiology. This encompasses the areas of control of breathing, sleep mechanisms, and sleep-disordered breathing from a developmental standpoint, among infants, children, or adolescents. This may include research at the basic, translational, clinical, or population level, teaching, clinical care and/or development of new clinical programs to advance the care of children with sleep and breathing disorders. The award is intended to recognize a new investigator who is beyond formal training, but not yet fully established. It is not intended for well-established investigators. It is also not intended as recognition for a single project, but rather for overall accomplishments and future potential.
    • Learn more: https://www.thoracic.org/members/assemblies/about/assembly-awards/carole_marcus_outstanding_achievement_award.php
  • ATS ASPIRE Fellowship

  • The ATS Academic Sleep Pulmonary Integrated REsearch/Clinical Fellowship (ASPIRE) fellowship was developed to provide a pipeline for the next group of leaders in pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine. The program includes a collaboration between the ATS and 6 outstanding institutions that have strong pulmonary/critical care/sleep training programs (Harvard, Johns Hopkins, University of Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh, UC San Diego, & University of Chicago). Generous funding support has been provided by ResMed, Philips Respironics and Fisher& Paykel. The program is administered by the ATS Assembly on Sleep and Respiratory Neurobiology.

  • Learn more: http://www.aspirefellowship.com/

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