October 15, 2019
How to Apply
In order to be considered for this award, please:
- Complete the application form
- Submit your CV/biographical sketch
- Include the number(s) of your submitted abstract(s)
The American Psychosomatic Society (APS) Cousins Center Global Outreach Awards are intended to assist with travel, hotel accommodations and meeting registration fees to the APS Annual Meeting. The award will be given to one applicant residing in developing nations with the highest abstract scores.
- If you have won this award in the past, you are not eligible to win again. Please do not submit an application.
- Applicant must reside in a developing nation (defined as low or lower-middle income by the World Bank).
- You must submit an abstract to be considered for this award.
Applications for 2021 will open on July 1, 2020
2019: Dalia Abdelrahman, MD (Khartoum, Sudan)
2017: Drishti Sharma, MD (Chandigarh, India)
2015: Amlan Kusum Jana, MD (Kolkata, India) and Symon Kariuki, MSc (Kilifi, Kenya)
2014: Battuvshin Lkhagvasuren, PhD (Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia)
2011: Nazur Mazurak, MD (Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine) and Mohammad Z. Pezeshki, MD (Tabriz, Iran)
2010: Andri Andri, MD (Tangerang, Banten, Indonesia) and Alok Mishra, PhD (New Delhi, India)
2009: Mariantonia Lemos Hoyos, MS (Medellin, Colombia)
2008: Lilla Szeifert, MD (Budapest, Hungary)
2007: Olena Victorivna Bogdanova, PhD and Volodymryr Borysomych Bogdanova, PhD (both of Kyiv, Ukraine)
2006: Valeska Marinho, MD (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) and Hyun-Gyun Son, MD, PhD (Seoul, South Korea)
2005: Vinod Kochupillai, MBBS (New Delhi, India)
2004: Dan L. Dumitrascu, MD (Cluj-Napoca, Romania)
2003: Piroska Balog, PhD (Budapest, Hungary)
2002: Xiongzhao Zhu, MD, PhD (Changsha, Hunan, P.R. of China)