Jaclyn Kamradt Selected to Receive 2017 CHADD Young Scientist Research Award
The Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences is pleased to announce that Jaclyn Kamradt has been selected to receive the 2017 CHADD Young Scientist Research Award.
CHADD is Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and is an ADHD education, research, and advocacy group (similar to Autism Speaks). The purpose of CHADD's Young Scientist Research Awards program is to recognize researchers new to the ADHD field who are making contributions to the understanding of ADHD. The award includes an unrestricted cash prize, recognition at CHADD’s 29th Annual International Conference in Atlanta, GA (November 9-12, 2017), conference travel and a one-year professional membership to CHADD.
Jaclyn's research is being carried out under the supervision of Professor Molly Nikolas.