Dr. Tobias Grossmann, Lab Director
Mercator Fellow, German Research Foundation
Visiting Scholar, Israel Institute for Advanced Studies
Early Career Award, International Society on Infant Studies
Early Career Award, Society for Research in Child Development
Sir Henry Wellcome Fellowship Award, Wellcome Trust
Dr. Kathleen M. Krol, Postdoctoral Research Associate
Recipient of NIH-funded Research Training in Neuroendocrinology Postdoctoral Fellowship (T32-DK007646), Department of Endocrinology, University of Virginia, USA
Top Oral Presentation in Life Sciences: Travel Award, Postdoctoral Research Symposium, University of Virginia, USA
Top Poster Award Finalist, 70th Annual Society of Biological Psychiatry Meeting, Toronto, Canada
Travel Award (to attend 70th Annual Society of Biological Psychiatry Meeting, Toronto, Canada), Research Academy Leipzig
Poster Prize (Audience Choice), 4th Annual IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School, London, UK
Meghan Puglia, Graduate Student Affiliate
American Psychological Foundation. Elizabeth Munsterberg Koppitz Graduate Student Fellowship, The noisy brain in infancy: A neurobiological maker of normative social development.
National Institute of Child Health and Development. National Research Service Award (F31 NRSA), The noisy brain in infancy: A neurobiological maker of normative social development. Sponsors: JP Morris, JJ Connelly, T Grossmann
PEO Scholar Award for women who will make significant contributions in their field
Society for Neuroscience Trainee Professional Development Award
University of Virginia Brain Institute. Presidential Fellowship for Collaborative Neuroscience, The noisy brain in infancy: A neurobiological maker of normative social development.
University of Virginia Graduate Research Travel Award
University of Virginia Student Choice Colloquium Speaker
International Max Planck Research School on the Life Course Fellowship
APA/Psi Chi Edward B. Newman Graduate Research Award
Maury Pathfinder Award for Best Pre-Dissertation
University of Virginia Double Hoo Research Grant, Epigenetic Regulation of Social Behavior. Undergraduate Co-PI: J Van Dyke.
Caroline Kelsey, Graduate Student
Presidential Fellowship in Data Science. Project: Mothers, Infants, Microbiome and Mental Health (MIMMs): A social neuroscience perspective of maternal-child health to unlock the potential of biobanked data. Co-PI: Caitlin Dreisbach, Ph.D. student in Nursing.
University of Virginia Double Hoo, Graduate-Undergraduate Mentorship Research Grant (with Kate Haynes, an undergraduate)
Doris Buffett Fellowship, summer community outreach project
Cat Thrasher, Graduate Student
NSF Graduate Student Fellowship
University of Virginia Double Hoo, Graduate-Undergraduate Mentorship Research Grant (with Demitra Chavez, an undergraduate)