CHADD's Young Scientist Research Awards recognize researchers new to the ADHD field who are making contributions to the understanding of ADHD. Through the program, CHADD supports researchers with:
Applicants must be in the process of completing a doctoral degree or must have completed such a degree within the last three years. 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; and epidemiology.
The Awards are supported through a number of individual donations. CHADD is grateful to all contributors to the Young Scientist Research Awards.
Two researchers will be selected for the Award in 2016. Applications will be available online in February 2016.
If you have any questions regarding the Young Scientist Research Awards, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Ms. Zuali Malsawma at 800-233-4050, ext. 130.
Congratulations to our previous Award Recipients!