Grants & Awards

Stanford Child Health Research Institute (CHRI) “New Idea” Grant; Call for applications October 2013. “The Child Health Research Institute (CHRI) Grant and Postdoctoral Support program is sponsored by the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health (LPFCH) to develop and support the best child health-focused and innovative clinical and translational research. All projects must be significantly related to child health.” One year funding to investigate the neural basis of attachment in children and families.

•Postdoctoral Research Award: Best Oral Presentation; 3rd Annual Stanford Postdoctoral Research Symposium: Empowering Future Leaders (here); October 11, 2013, Stanford University, CA, USA; Presentation Title: “The influence of attachment style on social brain function”.

•Seed Grant from the Stanford Center for Cognitive and Neurobiological Imaging (CNI); Call for applications in November 2012. Funding support, generously provided by the Dean of Research, for pilot and exploratory studies at the CNI. Strong emphasis is placed on supporting novel applications of neuroimaging that can advance understanding of brain function and/or potentially benefit society.

•Fellowship for Advanced Researchers from the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF); Call for applications February 1st, 2011; Two year fellowship to conduct research on gene-environment-behavior-brain relations of human social behavior, including attachment style in children, adolescents and adults. Host institution: Center for Interdisciplinary Brain Sciences Research (CIBSR) at Stanford University, under the direction of Allan Reiss.

•Best Poster Presentation Prize; Annual Research Forum of the Swiss Center for Affective Sciences; February 14, 2011; Geneva, Switzerland.

•Brain Topography Best Presentation Award; sponsored by Springer Science+Business Media; Alpine Brain Imaging Meeting (ABIM), January 11 – 15, 2009; Champéry, Switzerland.

•Grant for FENS / IBRO Winter School attendance; Brain basis of social interaction: from concepts to imaging; Kitzbühel, Austria; December 2006.

•Three months travel and research grant; Department of Pharmacology, College of Medicine, National Creative Research Initiative Centre for Alzheimer’s Dementia, Seoul National University, Seoul (South Korea); Oct – Dec 2004.