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WAIMH New Investigator Award
 

WAIMH New Investigator Award

WAIMH offers a special award for a promising new investigator.

The purpose of the WAIMH New Investigator Award is to recognize and encourage promising new investigators in Infant Mental Health. The applicant must be a member of WAIMH or must be sponsored by a member of WAIMH. The applicant must have earned a university degree no more than eight years prior to the application deadline.

The individual selected as new investigator receives a cash award, a plaque, and acceptance of his/her paper for publication in the Infant Mental Health Journal (this involves exposure to the peer review process as a way of assisting the investigator’s professional development). In addition, the new investigator must be prepared to present his or her work at the following world congress.

 

2018 Recipient

Elisabeth Conradt

Elisabeth Conradt

Past Recipients

Sarah Bergmann (2016)

Sheri Madigan (2014)

Elita Amini Virmani (2010)

Wakako Sanefuji (2008)

Claire Vollotton (2006)

Kaija Puura (2002)

Laurie A. Van Egeren (2000)

Anne McDonald Culp (1996)