Larry J. Seidman Award for Outstanding Mentorship
This award is in honor of Dr. Lawrence J. Seidman, an eminent neuropsychologist and Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Seidman passed away on September 7, 2017 at the age of 67. His initial work was in the area of temporal lobe epilepsy, and his life-long work was focused on cognitive deficits, which are a core aspect of schizophrenia, the course and outcome of these impairments, and on their genetic, developmental and neurobiological underpinnings. His work also spanned other neurodevelopmental disorders, including attention deficit disorder.
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Angelo Cocchi Award
The IEPA 11 Angelo Cocchi Award will be given to an individual (chosen by the IEPA membership) who has made a significant contribution to the study or implementation of fidelity to an evidence-based model of early intervention for youth with psychosis.
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Richard J. Wyatt Award
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Future Leaders Awards
IEPA wishes to encourage early career researchers and clinicians to continue to work in the field of early intervention. To coincide with our international conference, we have made available two awards.
Eligible applicants will have completed their most recent degree (masters, PhD, MD, MBBS, nursing qualification, DClinPsych, etc.), post-doctoral fellowship, residency training or clinical fellowship within the last 5 years. The awards are aimed at those who have not yet reached a senior clinical or academic role.
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