Early Career Development Award

STRIPED invites applications for our Early Career Development Award!

To apply, please follow the instructions on this application form. Applicants should submit an application form, CV, and one-page statement via email to Dr. S. Bryn Austin at bryn.austin@childrens.harvard.edu. Support letter from a faculty member (required for doctoral students and postdocs only) should be submitted separately by the faculty recommender to Dr. Austin via email. All materials are due by September 21, 2022.


 

2021 Award Winner: 

Amanda Raffoul: “Exploring diet-related content and product advertising on TikTok: A pilot study”

2020 Award Winners: 

Wanxing Xu & Andrea López-Cepero: “Association Between Food Insecurity and Dysfunctional Eating Behaviors Among Puerto Rican Adults”

2019 Award Winners: 

Flora Or: “Adverse Events Due to Dietary Supplements: Disparities in Severe Outcomes by Gender, Age, and Supplement Type”

2018 Award Winners: 

Josiemer Mattei & Hannah Cory: “Sociocultural Weight Stigma and Disordered Eating Behaviors in Latinx Adolescents”

Kuanysh Yergaliyev: “Policy Translation to Improve Regulation of Dietary Supplements for Weight Loss and Muscle Building Sold to Youth in Massachusetts Municipalities”

2016 Award Winners:

Allegra Gordon: “Being Ourselves, Living in Diverse Bodies”

Yongjoo Kim: “Identifying Sociocontextual Influences on Eating Disorders Risk Among Adolescents in South Korea”

2015 Award Winners: 

Erica Kenney: “Do Schools Unintentionally Promote Unhealthy Weight Control Behaviors with Their Health Promotion Programs?”

Flora Or: “Adverse Effects in the Past Decade: Are Dietary Supplements Truly Safe Until Proven Otherwise?”

2014 Award Winners:

Emily Kroshus: “Primary and Secondary Prevention of Disordered Eating in Sports Settings: Understanding Determinants of Coach Behaviors and Developing Strategies for Change”

Allegra Gordon: “Project Body Talk: Experiences of Weight and Shape Control among Young Transgender Women”

2013 Award Winners:

Erica Kenney: “Measuring Weight-Based Discrimination in School Settings”

Emily Kroshus: “Group Processes for Risk and Prevention of Unhealthy Behaviors on College Sports Teams”

2012 Award Winners:

Bernice Raveche Garnett: “The Intersection Between Weight-Based Discrimination and Racial Discrimination: A Mixed-Methodology Study with Ethnically Diverse Youth”

Emily Kroshus: “Health and Performance Promotion as Eating Disorder Prevention? Understanding the Role of Healthy Athletic Behaviors as Protective for Disordered Eating on Female Collegiate Sports Teams”

2011 Award Winners:

Bernice Raveche Garnett: “The Intersection Between Weight-Based Discrimination and Racial Discrimination: A Mixed-Methodology Study with Ethnically Diverse Youth”

Monica L. Wang: “Risk and Protective Factors for Disordered Weight Control”