Trainee Research Awards

By Jessica Konrath | January 8, 2020

The APA 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…

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Global Health Research Award

By Jessica Konrath | November 6, 2019

The purpose of the Global Health Research Award is to promote clinical research in the areas of primary care pediatrics, common child health problems, child health services, and pediatric education in developing countries. The winner will be invited to present their research at the 2020 Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting in Philadelphia, PA (April 29- May…

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Michael Shannon Award

By YokoCo | September 5, 2019

This Michael Shannon is 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…

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Ludwig-Seidel Award

By YokoCo | September 5, 2019

This Ludwig-Seidel Award recognizes 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 Academic Pediatric Association are eligible. If you would like your abstract…

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Research Award

By YokoCo | September 5, 2019

The APA Research Award recognizes the contribution of a health care professional or a network in advancing pediatric knowledge through excellence in research. Research excellence is characterized by originality, creativity, and methodological soundness. The findings should contribute significantly to the general health of children in such areas as understanding mechanisms of health and disease, methods…

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