Academic Psychiatry Committee

Poster Contest for Residents and Fellows

All entries for the MPS poster competition for our Resident-Fellow Members will be displayed at our virtual annual meeting in April 2021!  Thanks to generous funding from the Maryland Foundation for Psychiatry, the winner will receive a $200 cash prize.  Two finalists will also be selected and will receive $100 each. The winners of past competitions are listed here.  Please click here for complete details about the process and requirements.  The deadline to enter is February 15, 2021. Electronic copies of posters are also due February 15.  For more information, or to apply please click here.

 

MPS Best Paper Awards Deadline February 15, 2021

To recognize outstanding scholarship by young psychiatrists in Maryland, the MPS established annual “best paper” awards in 2013.  Previous winners are listed here.  The Academic Psychiatry Committee is currently soliciting nominations for the 2020 Paper of the Year Award in two categories:

  • Best Paper by an Early Career Psychiatrist Member (ECP): Eligible psychiatrists are ECP members who are first authors of papers published or in press in 2020. Thanks to generous funding from the Maryland Foundation for Psychiatry, the winner will receive a $200 cash prize and will also be recognized at the MPS annual meeting in April 2021.
  • Best Paper by a Resident-Fellow Member (RFM): Eligible psychiatrists are Resident-Fellow members who are first authors of papers that were written, in press, and/or published in 2020.  Thanks to generous funding from the Maryland Foundation for Psychiatry, the winner will receive a $200 cash prize and will also be recognized at the MPS annual meeting in April 2021.

Scholarly work of all kinds (e.g., scientific reports, reviews, case reports) will be considered.  If you would like to nominate a paper and author, please email or mail the paper as indicated below by February 15, 2021.  Please include a brief explanation of why you believe the work is worthy of special recognition.

 

Jennifer M. Coughlin, M.D.

Academic Psychiatry Committee Chair

Johns Hopkins Hospital

600 North Wolfe Street, Meyer 3-181

Baltimore, MD  21287

jcoughl2@jhmi.ed  / mps@mdpsych.org

 

Have You Published Lately?

The MPS would like to highlight recent journal articles published by its members.  If you have published within the past year, please email the title, publication, date and preferably a link to mps@mdpsych.org.  Please also include a photo and a sentence or two summary, if possible.