American Neuropsychiatric Association (ANPA)

YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARDS
Deadline: November 30, 2012

Travel awards may be given to one or more young investigators who are embarking on promising careers in the clinical neurosciences.  These young investigators will be chosen from among the abstract presenters. 

To qualify for the Young Investigator Award, the applicant must have performed the work described in the abstract while in training.  The applicant’s training director must provide a letter confirming that the work was performed during training. We do not request letters of reference. The investigator must also provide a curriculum vitae and a statement of between 250 and 1000 words. The statement should describe the submitter’s role in the research; training background; interest in neuropsychiatry, behavioral and cognitive neurology, or the clinical neurosciences; and plans for his or her career. The curriculum vitae and statement must be submitted by e-mail to: anpa@osu.edu.

The Awards Committee will choose recipients based on the quality of the abstract and, more broadly, the candidate’s perceived ability to make a contribution to the field with the encouragement and support provided by the award. Applicants for the Young Investigator Award, like others who submit abstracts, are agreeing to present the work if the abstract is accepted, regardless of whether a Young Investigator Award is granted.  Award winners must attend the entire meeting. Award decisions will be made in January and the Award Committee’s decision is final.

To apply:
Submit the information listed above by e-mail to ANPA office: anpa@osu.edu.  For questions please contact Sandy Bornstein at the ANPA office: 614-447-2077
 
The deadline for receipt of all application materials is November 30, 2012.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARD PROGRAM
Deadline:  December 15, 2012

The ANPA Career Development Award Program is intended to recognize advanced trainees in neuropsychiatry, behavioral neurology, or neuropsychology whose accomplishments during training offer promise of a successful career in neuropsychiatry and the clinical neurosciences.  Through this program, one awardee will be selected each year. The award will support costs associated with participation in two consecutive Annual Meetings, establish an informal mentoring relationship between the awardee and one ANPA Fellow, and facilitate the awardee’s involvement in ANPA.  The Awardee will be recognized at the Annual Meeting of the American Neuropsychiatric Association and in the association’s newsletter. Award winners must attend the entire meeting.   Award decisions will be made in January and the Award Committee’s decision is final.  Award Application

To apply:
Submit the information listed above by e-mail to ANPA office: anpa@osu.edu.  For questions please contact Sandy Bornstein at the ANPA office: 614-447-2077

TRAINEE TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS
Deadline: January 15, 2013

This year travel stipends will be offered to several members in training to offset some of the costs of attending the Annual Meeting. To qualify applicants must be a member of ANPA, have registered for the Annual Meeting and in an established training program.  A letter from the applicant’s training director confirming their trainee/student status must accompany the application.   The application should include their educational institution or program, the years they have been a member of ANPA, their training director’s name and contact information and a statement that gives the reason why their training program is not supporting their travel to the meeting. The amount of each stipend will depend on the number of applicants.

To apply:
Submit the information listed above by e-mail to ANPA office: anpa@osu.edu.  For questions please contact Sandy Bornstein at the ANPA office: 614-447-2077

 


 


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