Anthony Family Fund Award

Anthony Award

Announcing a prize competition for a paper at the interface of 
EPIDEMIOLOGY, ECONOMETRICS & DEVELOPMENTAL SCIENCES. 

 

AWARD AMOUNT: 

$1500.00

DEADLINE: 

Applications are accepted all year

WINNER TO BE NOTIFIED: 

TBA

Eligibility: 

Students, trainees and others who are no more than three years from their
doctoral degree (or three years post-residency in the case of clinically trained doctors). Open international competition — MSU Affiliation is not required.

Requirements: 

Submit an essay describing your recently completed, currently ongoing or proposed research work that is as yet unpublished demonstrating an effective integration of: 

Epidemiology | Econometric Theory or Methods | Developmental Science

The paper, in English, should be between 2,500 and 4,000 words with no more than
8 tables/figures, and should be submitted as a double-spaced, paginated PDF using a font size of 12 or greater.

There is no limit on references.

Please put author(s) name and affiliation(s) on a separate page from the paper, so that the
review committee may judge entries without knowledge of author identity.

Send to: epi.AnthonyAward@msu.edu

 

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For any questions regarding the Anthony Family Fund Paper Competition please email epi.AnthonyAward@msu.edu

 


 

How the Anthony Award has contributed to the career of a previous winner

My name is Dr. Jill Rabinowitz and I am currently an assistant research scientist professor at Johns Hopkins in the Department of Mental Health in the Bloomberg School of Public Health. My research focuses on examining genetic and environmental contributors to substance use behaviors using a developmental framework. I am currently pursuing some work focused on investigating polygenic influences that predict substance use disorder treatment response. I received the Anthony Award prize as a postdoctoral fellow. This award was instrumental to my professional growth and enabled me to attend conferences and form collaborations with other academics and researchers that would have otherwise not been possible. I am grateful for the Anthony award and can say confidently that the Anthony Award contributed to my career development.

Dr. Jill Rabinowitz | 2016 Anthony Award Winner