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Assembly on Pediatrics Lifetime Contributions to Pediatric Respiratory Medicine Award

This award is given to a candidate at the late Associate Professor, Professor, or Professor Emeritus level who is recognized for achievement in teaching, clinical care, advocacy, scholarship, or research over the course of his/her entire career. This award recognizes individuals who may not have founded the specialty but who have contributed greatly to it. The individual should be known for dedicating his/her life to the Advancement of Pediatric Respiratory Medicine. This award will honor the individual’s contributions which significantly enhanced child lung health. Candidates in Pediatric Pulmonary, Critical Care and Neonatal Medicine will be considered.

Criteria:

  • A letter of support outlining the candidate’s contributions to the science, education, or practice of Pediatric Respiratory Medicine. 
  • Nominee must be a member of the ATS.
  • Nominee’s curriculum vitae.
  • Copies of 3 seminal manuscripts published by the candidate

Past Recipients of the Assembly on Pediatrics Lifetime Contributions to Pediatric Respiratory Medicine Award:

2020 - Jules Allen, MD, and Robert Tepper, MD, PhD
2019 - Gregory Redding, MD
2018 - Margaret W. Leigh, MD
2017 - Andrew R. Colin, MD