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EARLY-CAREER INVESTIGATOR AWARD



Description: The North American Society for the Study of Personality Disorders (NASSPD) has established the NASSPD early Career Investigator Award. This research award was established to encourage investigators early in their academic career to pursue research to increase our understanding of personality disorders. A committee of distinguished peers will make the selection. The award will recognize an individual whose work shows an emerging trajectory of professional and scientific productivity, and through his/her early contributions has increased our understanding of personality and personality disorders or their treatment. The winner, who will receive an engraved glass award, will be notified on TBD. The award will be announced to our membership at our conference in Pittsburgh on TBD. The award includes a one-year membership in the NASSPD and complimentary attendance at the NASSPD dinner.




Eligibility: Early-Career investigators are expected to be assistant professors of psychiatry or psychology or the equivalent.

Submissions: Candidates should be nominated by a peer or mentor. Letters of nomination should describe (briefly) the career trajectory and accomplishments of the candidate, and describe the individuals' emerging productivity (e.g., papers, books, presentations,), early contributions to the field (e.g., teaching, research, new knowledge), and his or her service (e.g., committees, study sections, other). Nominations should be supported by an additional letter of support from a peer and the candidate's CV. All materials should be submitted together.

Please submit papers and proof of eligibility electronically to:

NASSPD Research Awards Committee

c/o Dr. Donald Black

Email: donald-black@uiowa.edu

Deadline for submissions:

Submissions must be received by: Friday, January 10, 2020

Announcement of Winner:

The winner will be announced on: Monday, February 10, 2020


The North American Society for the Study of Personality Disorders welcomes you! 


For general questions regarding NASSPD or the 2020 conference, email:

Harmony Mohr, NASSPD Assistant 

mohrh@upmc.edu

OR

Dr. Stephanie Stepp, NASSPD President

stepp.nasspd@gmail.com

For questions regarding NASSPD Membership, email:

Dr. Lori Scott, Membership Chair

Scottln2@upmc.edu

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