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Assembly on Pediatrics Lifetime Contributions to Pediatric Respiratory Medicine Award

The Assembly on Pediatrics will be presenting its Lifetime Contributions to Pediatric Respiratory Medicine Award. This award is given to a candidate at the Professor or Professor Emeritus level who is recognized for achievement in teaching, clinical care, research, advocacy, or scholarship over the course of their entire career.  The individual should be known for dedicating their 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.

The nomination requires:

  • That the nominee be a member of the ATS.
  • One letter of support outlining the candidate’s contributions to the science, education, practice, and/or advocacy in Pediatric Respiratory Medicine. There may be co-signatories, but only one letter will be accepted.
  • The nominee’s curriculum vitae.
  • Copies of 3 seminal manuscripts published by the candidate (please consolidate manuscripts into one document before uploading).
  • Candidates with more than 25 years of active participation in the specialty, and those with active contributions to the Pediatric Assembly, the ATS, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, or similar institutions, will be viewed favorably.
   

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