Henry P. David Grants for Research and International Travel in Human Reproductive Behavior and Population Studies

$1,500 for work in the behavioral aspects of human reproductive behavior or an area related to population concerns.

Deadline:

Sponsor: APF

Description

The American Psychological Foundation’s Henry David Fund was established to support young psychologists with a demonstrated interest in the behavioral aspects of human reproductive behavior or an area related to population concerns. The fund sponsors two grants annually:

  • The Research Grant provides up to $1,500 for support of ongoing research in behavioral aspects of population studies or human reproductive behavior.
  • The Travel Grant provides up to $1,500 to support travel related to research on human reproductive behavior and population studies or attendance at an international or regional congress.

Individuals may apply for one or both grants.

Eligibility
  • Applicants must be graduate students conducting dissertation research or early career researchers with not more than 10 years postgraduate experience.

  • Demonstrated interest in human reproductive behavior or related population concerns.

  • Open to applicants in all relevant disciplines who have a demonstrated psychological approach to their work, with preference given to psychologists.

How to Apply

Submission Process

  • Completed application form.

  • One page detailed research plan.

  • Current CV highlighting relevant experience.

  • Two letters of recommendation.

  • One to two page essay demonstrating an active interest in human reproductive behavior or in population studies.

Past Recipients

David Research Grant

2017

Haylee Deluca, Kent State University

2016

Mollie Anderson, University of Memphis

2015

Savannah Peters Geske, University of South Dakota

2014

Sophia Choukas-Bradley, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Tierney Lorenz, PhD, Indiana University

2013

Lauren Levy, University of Iowa

2012
Katherine Tumlinson, University of North Carolina 
2011
Michelle Leve, The New School for Social Research
Angelea Pirlott, Arizona State University
2010

No Grant Given

2009

Amy Conroy, University of Colorado, Denver

2008

Lisa Sara Rosenzweig, Columbia University

2007

No Grant Given

2006

Eva Bazant, John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

David Travel Grant

2017

Allen Kabagenyi, Makerere University

2016

Hod Tamir, PhD, Florida International University

2015
Bernadette Blanchfield, University of Virginia
2014

No grant given

2013

Monika Mynarska, PhD, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University

2012

Katherine Tumlinson, University of North Carolina

2011

Tamsen Rochat, PhD, Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies
Heather Adams, California State University, Stanislaus

2010

No grant given

2009

Doug VanderLaan, University of Lethbridge

2008

Jessica Anne Fehringer, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

2007

Mohammad-Zakaria Pezeshki, PhD, Tabriz Medical School

2006

Mhairi Gibson, PhD, University of Bristol

2005

Leapetswe Malete, PhD, University of Botswana

2004

Daniela Draghici, Ipas

2003

Amy G. Lam, University of California, Davis

2002

No grant given

2001

Ma'an A. Barry Qassem, PhD, Aden University

2000

David Pérez-Jiménez, PhD, University of Puerto Rico