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CHADD Young Scientist Awards Taking Applications



Are you an emerging ADHD researcher, working on a doctoral degree, or have completed a doctoral degree in 2015 or later? Do you know or work with someone who is? 

Applications for CHADD’s Young Scientist Research Awards are now being accepted. 


Each Young Scientist Research Award includes an unrestricted $1,000 cash award and most expenses paid to attend the 2018 Annual International Conference on ADHD in St. Louis, Missouri, Nov. 8-11. Additionally, recipients are recognized at the annual conference and in Attention magazine and on the CHADD website, through social media posts, and in ADHD Weekly. Recipients receive a one-year CHADD professional membership.
 
The 2018 application forms are available at Young Scientist Awards. All required documents are due by May 21. 

Submitted research may address any area relevant to ADHD, including, but not limited to:
  • biological/genetic underpinnings of the disorder
  • treatment efficacy
  • impact on the individual or family
  • school or workplace accommodations
    social stigma and discrimination
  • public health
  • epidemiology

You can learn more about previous Young Scientist awardees at 2017 Award Recipients.


This article appeared in ADHD Weekly on March 08, 2018.
     


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