PES offers an array of grant and award opportunities, including scientific grants to trainees and junior faculty, travel grants for fellows and medical students to attend meetings, international scholars, and career awards to senior faculty.

Awards/Lectureships

At our annual meeting, various supported/endowed awards are offered for lifetime achievement, quality improvement, and historical contributions to the field of pediatric endocrinology.

Judson J. Van Wyk Prize

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…

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Lawson Wilkins, MD Lectureship

This lectureship was established to honor Lawson Wilkins, MD, the primary individual responsible for the establishment and recognition of the discipline of pediatric endocrinology.…

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Paul Kaplowitz, MD, Endowed Lectureship

Dr. Paul Kaplowitz, in collaboration with the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Pediatric Endocrine Society, has established the Paul Kaplowitz, MD, Endowed Lectureship…

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Robert M. Blizzard, MD Lectureship

The Robert M. Blizzard, MD, lectureship was established to honor the contributions and career of Dr. Blizzard to the Pediatric Endocrine Society (PES), the…

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The Del and Beverly Fisher Pediatric Endocrinology History Lectureship

This Lectureship was established through a generous donation by the Fishers in 2014 to generate ongoing interest in the history of Pediatric Endocrinology. The…

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Fellows & Junior Faculty Awards

The PES grant review committee annually reviews and approves worthy research grant applications from both fellows (Research Fellowship Awards or RFAs) and junior faculty (Clinical Scholar Awards or CSAs) depending on funding availability. Additionally, the Society supports smaller research grants for fellows (Rising Star awards) and travel grants for fellows and medical students interested in pediatric endocrinology. Special awards for best meeting abstracts are offered as well. Support for international scholars is also available.

AAP and PES Leona Cuttler Award

In Memory of Leona Cuttler and her extensive career as an advocate for children with endocrine disorders, this award will be given to acknowledge…

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Clinical Scholar Awards

Purpose To promote early career research development of academic pediatric endocrinologists. Qualifications of Candidate Senior fellows or early stage faculty members who are PES…

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Human Growth Foundation Award

The Human Growth Foundation Award was established in 2007 to encourage Fellows training in pediatric endocrinology to pursue clinical and bench investigations that may…

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International Scholars Program

Do you know a young pediatrician or pediatric endocrinologist in a resource limited country who would like to gain experience or specific skills in…

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PES Travel Awards

2020 Travel Grants PES is pleased to offer Fellows presenting at the PES Annual Meeting in Fort Worth, Texas, April 24-27, 2020 the opportunity…

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Research Fellowship Awards

Purpose To support the final year of research training in a pediatric endocrinology fellowship for highly qualified individuals preparing for a career in academic…

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Rising Star Award

Research Award Program for Fellows The purpose of this small grant award is to support and encourage research efforts of fellows. The maximum amount…

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Grants

Grant opportunities from federal, industrial, and other sources are chronicled and updated here. In addition, requests for PES funding of regional meetings and special interest groups can also be made here.

External Grants

Click on the below links for details about award amounts, duration, eligibility criteria, and application processes and deadlines. Some grants require institutional nomination. Information…

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Regional Grant

PES Board has allocated $2000 per meeting with plans to fund up to four Pediatric Endocrinology Regional Meetings per year. The intent is to…

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