Award Winners

  • The Society for Research in Psychopathology presents four awards each year.

Joseph Zubin Award

The Society for Research in Psychopathology instituted an award given each Fall to one deserving individual for lifetime contributions to the understanding of psychopathology. The first award was given in 1987 to Dr. Joseph Zubin. In 1990, the organization’s annual award was officially named the Joseph Zubin Award. Listed below are the the most recent winners of the award.

  • 2017: Lee Anna Clark
  • 2016: Steven Hollon
  • 2015: Jill Hooley
  • 2014: Lauren Alloy

Smadar Levin Award

The Smadar Levin Award was created to honor the memory of Smadar Levin, who left a lasting mark on psychopathology research before her untimely death. The award is given at the Annual Meeting each year to the graduate student or other predoctoral individual who makes the most outstanding poster presentation. Up to five other strong poster presentations receive SRP Travel Awards.

 

  • 2016:
  • Sunny Dutra, Yale University, Mentor: June Gruber
  • Travel Awards:
  •  Scott Burwell, University of Minnesota, Mentor: William Iacono
  • Jeremy Harper, University of Minnesota, Mentor: William Iacono
  • Claire Kaplan, University of Maryland, Mentor: Alex Shackman
  • Lindsay Michalski, Washington University in St. Louis, Mentor: Ryan Bogdan
  • Troy Webber, University of South Florida, Mentor: Marina Bornovalova

    2015:
  • Anastacia Kudinova, SUNY Binghamton, Mentor: Brandon E. Gibb
  • Travel Awards:
  • Erik Nook, Harvard University, Mentor: Christine Hooker
  • Catherine H. Demers, Washington University in St. Louis, Mentor: Ryan Bogdan
  •  Jeremy Harper, University of Minnesota, Mentor: William Iacono
  •  Thomas Ng, Temple University, Mentor: Lauren Alloy
  • Jaime Shapiro, University of Notre Dame, Mentor: Lee Anna Clark
  • 2014:
  • Jerrilyn Kent, Indiana University, Mentor: William Hetrick
  • Travel Awards:
  • Ashley Kendall, Northwestern University, Mentor: Richard Zinbarg and Susan Mineka
  • Erika Manczak, Northwestern University, Mentor: Edith Chen
  •  Julia Sheffield, Washington University in St. Louis, Mentor: Deanna Barch
  •  Meghan Quinn, Northwestern University, Mentor: Jutta Joormann
  • Lindsay Bodell, Florida State University, Mentor: Pamela Keel

 

  • 2013:
  • Wern How Yam, SUNY Buffalo, Advisor  Leonard J. Simms
  • Travel Awards:
  • Ashley Kendall, Northwestern University, Mentor: Richard Zinbarg
  •  Sunny Dutra, Yale University, Mentor: June Gruber
  •  Kathrin Herzhoff, University of Toronto, Mentor: Jennifer Tackett
  •  Nicole Karcher, University of Missouri, Mentor: John Kerns

Early Career Award

The Early Career Award was created to recognize exceptional young scholars in the field of psychopathology, who have shown considerable promise and productivity in the formative years of their career.

  • 2017: Thomas Olino
  • Temple University
  • 2016: Vijay Mittal
  • Northwestern University
  • 2015: George Slavich
  • University of California, Los Angeles
  • 2014: Brian Hicks
  • University of Michigan

Mentor Award

The Mentor Award was created to recognize an exceptional scholar in the field of psychopathology who has throughout his/her career demonstrated continuous dedication to mentoring students, post-docs, and faculty in the field.

  • 2017: Michael F. Green
  • University of California, Los Angeles
  • 2016: Elaine Walker
  • Emory University
  • 2015: Scott Monroe
  • University of Notre Dame
  • 2014: William Iacono
  • University of Minnesota

President’s Award

The SRP President’s Award was created to encourage and facilitate the participation of young scholars from diverse backgrounds and from groups that are traditionally underrepresented in the society to join the organization and to participate in and present at SRP’s annual convention.

  • 2017:
    Elissa Hamlat, Temple University
    Jingwen Jin, Stony Brook University
    Amri Sabharwal, Stony Brook University
  • 2016:
    Ivan Ruiz, SUNY Binghamton
    Alexandra Moussa-Tooks, Indiana University
    Belel Ait Oumeziane, Purdue University
  • 2015:
    Whitney Brown, University of Buffalo
    Nadia Corral-Frias, University of Washington in St. Louis
    Felicia Jackson, State University of New York at Stony Brook

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