Herbert Weiner Early Career Award
The Council of the American Psychosomatic Society announces the call for nominations for the Herbert Weiner Early Career Award for Contributions to Psychosomatic Medicine. The first "Early Career Award" was awarded in 1991 and in 2002, the name of the award was expanded to the "Herbert Weiner Early Career Award." This award is intended to identify individuals who, early in their career, have contributed significantly to the field of psychosomatic medicine and show substantial promise of continued meritorious academic accomplishments in the field of psychosomatic medicine. The nominees must be fewer than ten years past their final academic degree and must be members of the American Psychosomatic Society.
The award consists of $1,000, a plaque signifying the award, and the opportunity to briefly present the research, for which the award was given, during the annual meeting of the Society. Nominations must include a 500-1000 word justification for the nomination, an updated curriculum vitae, and reprints of 2-6 publications of the work for which the nomination is being made. Any person may self-nominate or nominate another individual. The application deadline is December 31st of each year. Address application letters to :
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