2022 - Samira A.Rahimi, B.Eng., Ph. D.
2021 - Jennifer L. Moss, PhD
2020 - Abigail Rolbiecki, PhD, MSW, MPH
2019 - Katherine Vickery, MD, MSC
2018 - Tyler Williamson, PhD
2017 - Miguel Marino, PhD
2016 - Lars Peterson, MD, PhD
2015 - Tara Kiran, MD
- The nominee must be a current NAPCRG member.
- This person is a new researcher, and our goal is to encourage that person on their "first win" and investing in the future of the discipline.
- The nominee must be within five years of the start of their independent research career. The start of an independent research career may be defined by the following elements:
- Five years since completion of terminal degree (e.g. MD, PhD, MSW)
- Five years since first peer-reviewed publication
- Five years since obvious career transition (i.e. clinical to academic shift, earned mid-career Master’s degree, shifted disciplinary home, etc.)
Note: If selected for an award, you will be asked to provide a thank you letter to the donors who have funded this award through a generous gift. The letter should provide some details about your philosophy about and career aspirations in primary care research.
1. Nominator: By June 17, 2022, the nominator will submit the following materials electronically:
- A letter of nomination (two page maximum). The letter of nomination should emphasize why the nominee is both eligible for and deserving of the award (merit).
2. Nominee: The Awards Sub-Committee Chair will contact each nominee via electronic mail to inform them that they're being considered for the Marjorie Bowman and Robert Choplin New Investigator Award. The nominee will submit the following materials by July 1, 2022:
- Complete the nominee form.
- Upload a current curriculum vitae (five page maximum).
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Completed submissions will be evaluated independently by at least three members of the Awards Sub-Committee. The recipient of the Marjorie Bowman and Robert Choplin New Investigator Award will be recognized at the NAPCRG Annual Meeting.