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Established in 1964, this award is given for outstanding contributions to child development. The recipient will receive an honorarium, a plaque, and specified travel expenses to attend the AAP National Conference & Exhibition for the award presentation.
Established to honor two individuals who pioneered family-centered care and politically conscious public service, this award is given for outstanding contributions to the field of child development and behavior through advocacy, public service, scientific endeavors, and literature. The recipient will receive an honorarium, a plaque, and specified travel expenses to attend the AAP National Conference & Exhibition for the award presentation.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Section on Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics (SODBP) offers chapter grants to improve collaboration between primary care pediatricians and developmental-behavioral pediatricians in their chapter. Projects integrate developmental-behavioral pediatrics and general pediatrics into chapter activities, with a focus on areas of interest to both. These one-year small grants are typically offered every other year, with a call for applications in late summer and calendar year funding period. Contact Robyn Wheatly at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Applications are now open for the 2023 Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Pediatric Developmental/Behavioral Chapter Grants. Applications (including a budget) are due on September 15, 2022.
The SODBP offers scholarships for section members to attend the AAP Legislative Conference annually. The training, offered by the AAP Federal & State Advocacy team in Washington, DC, has a special track on subspecialty issues. The SODBP scholarship includes travel to Washington DC and registration. Applicants must be a member of the SODBP to apply. Most meals are included during the conference. Applicants are expected to identify an “advocacy” partner in their local area or institution who they anticipate partnering with for future advocacy efforts. Scholarship recipients will be expected to share their experience within 3 months. Recipients are paired with a member of the SODBP Executive Committee for support before, during and after the conference.