November 15, 2020
How to Apply
Nominations should consist of:
- A nominating letter emphasizing the candidate’s outstanding accomplishments in Pediatric Endocrinology (not to exceed 1500 words)
- The nominee’s current CV (to include current address, phone number, email address and publications)
- An additional letter seconding the nomination (not to exceed 1000 words)
Please send nominations and supporting materials by e-mail to the PES National Office with subject line: "Van Wyk Nomination".
*No self-nominations please
The Judson J. Van Wyk Prize is the Society’s most prestigious award in recognition of outstanding career achievement by a member in the field of pediatric endocrinology.
This award, established in honor of Judson J. Van Wyk, MD, stands in tribute to an outstanding leader whose career is marked by scientific excellence, leadership, and dedication to the health of children.
Annually, the PES Awards and Honors Committee will select a PES member whose career achievements in pediatric endocrinology have the respect and admiration of his/her colleagues and most closely emulate those of Dr. Van Wyk. The Committee (with review by the PES Board of Directors) will base its decision on the awardee’s aggregate successes in clinical or basic research, support of fellowship or general pediatric endocrine education, and overall involvement in the achievement of the goals of PES.
Mark Sperling, MD
PES is most grateful to Novo Nordisk for its generous, long-standing grant which makes this PES Prize possible.
2019: Perrin White, MD
2018: Robert Rosenfield, MD
2017: Arlan L. Rosenbloom, MD
2016: Charles A. Stanley, MD
2015: Alan D. Rogol, MD, PhD
2014: Ron G. Rosenfeld, MD
2013: Raymond L. Hintz (accepted on his behalf by his daughter, Susan Hintz)
2012: Walter L. Miller
2011: John F. Crigler, Jr.
2010: Maria I. New
2009: Claude J. Migeon
2008: Delbert A. Fisher
2007: Robert M. Blizzard
2006: Melvin M. Grumbach