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AACAP Drs. Gabrielle and Harold Carlson Psychopharmacology Research Award (USA)

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The AACAP Drs. Gabrielle and Harold Carlson Psychopharmacology Research Award from the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) supports one child and adolescent psychiatry 2nd year fellow or early career faculty to complete a two-year mentored research project in the area of psychopharmacology, to include neurotherapeutics, with a focus on practical and investigative work toward treatment for children and adolescents. This award aims to support early investigators in child and adolescent psychiatry research, fostering their career development at a crucial stage.

Project topics should be within the areas of psychopharmacology and/or neurotherapeutics. Examples include but are not limited to the following: treatment of psychiatric disorders including open and controlled studies, analyses of existing primary and secondary outcome datasets, secondary effects of covariates on treatment outcomes, large data analytics, and exploration of mechanisms of action. 

Eligible candidates:

  • must be based in the USA.
  • either be a child and adolescent psychiatry fellow in at least their second year of fellowship or a child and adolescent psychiatrist who completed their fellowship within the past 7 years.
  • must hold a faculty appointment in an accredited medical school or being enrolled in an accredited child and adolescent psychiatry training or research program.
  • must have an on-site mentor with relevant research experience, particularly involving children and adolescents.
  • must be an AACAP member or having a membership application pending, with the obligation to present a poster on their research at AACAP’s 72nd Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL, scheduled for October 20-25, 2025.

The award provides funding of up to 10,000 USD per year for two years. Applications must be submitted by May 1, 2024.

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