Fellows of APS (FAPS)

The Fellow Status in the American Psychosomatic Society (FAPS) recognizes sustained excellence in scholarship and/or professional contributions to the field of psychosomatic science and commitment to APS

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APS Young Investigator Colloquium

This selective program is open to young investigators who desire a research-focused experience, and will take place in Long Beach,…

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Travel Award for MacLean Scholars

The MacLean Scholar awards were created to enable two neuroscience trainees to attend the APS Annual Meeting and interact with…

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APS Scholars Award

Between 10 and 24 APS Scholar Awards are presented to outstanding abstract submissions where the first author of an accepted…

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Paul D. MacLean Award for Outstanding Neuroscience Research in Psychosomatic Medicine

Paul MacLean was a physician whose visionary neuroscientific research career at Yale Medical School and NIMH was inspired by his…

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Patricia R. Barchas Award in Sociophysiology

The Patricia R. Barchas Award in Sociophysiology was established in 1999. The purpose is to memorialize Patricia Barchas by furthering…

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APS Diversity Initiative Travel Award

The American Psychosomatic Society (APS) is pleased to accept applications for the Diversity Initiative travel award program. The purpose of…

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Herbert Weiner Early Career Award

The Herbert Weiner Early Career Award is intended to identify individuals who, early in their career, have contributed significantly to…

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Donald Oken Fellowship

Each year the American Psychosomatic Society recognizes the achievements of one Consultation-Liaison psychiatrist or internist by name a Donald Oken…

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Distinguished Scientist Award

The Society’s highest honor is the APS Distinguished Scientist Award, eligibility for which extends to senior scientists and physicians who…

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