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Development Fund
The fund provides financial support for SDBP programs such as
  • SDBP General Development Fund and New Initiatives
    As the field of developmental and behavioral pediatrics matures, new initiatives and opportunities continuously arise. The Society created a new strategic plan for 2012-2017 with several new initiatives outlined including an increased multidisciplinary training role, increased participation in initiation of policy statements and expanding our role in the creation of and dissemination of entrusted physician activities for certification and training. Support directed to this fund will be used to support new initiatives initiated by the Board with membership support.
  • SDBP Research Grant Award
    The SDBP Research Grant Award consists of a one-year grant of up to $5000 to promote research in developmental and behavioral pediatrics by a young investigator in the field. This has been a goal of the Society for several years, and was finally instituted in 2005. Society resources at present have been able to fund only one award annually; with additional support, SDBP will be able to continue and expand this valuable program which provides support for future leaders in developmental-behavioral pediatrics early in their careers. Support directed to this fund will go directly to support the award.
  • International and Underdeveloped Countries Scholarships and Diversity Fund
    Developmental and behavioral pediatrics health professionals from other countries benefit from the variety of educational formats that take place at the SDBP Annual Meeting; in addition within the US and Canada there is a need to expand our society into communities and cultures which are underrepresented. However, the costs of travel and registration for residents of some countries pose a significant burden and prevent participation in this conference as do issues of expense to the individual. Availability of these scholarships will encourage the exchange of new scientific and clinical information and support the interchange of opinions regarding care and management issues relevant to developmental and behavioral pediatrics among members from a wide variety of countries and diverse communities. Support directed to this fund will be awarded on an annual basis to any qualified member applicant who applies to the Society to travel to an annual meeting.
  • SDBP Endowment Fund
    The annual operating budget is tightly planned and managed to predict for variations in membership, meeting attendance and unexpected costs. The Endowment Fund would be a protected fund that would be invested and reinvested annually to build up a solid base from which the Society could function in times of fiscal challenge. Support directed to this fund would only be used by decision of the Executive Board in a fiscal emergency.
  • Help Fund a Fellow to Attend the Research Scholars Symposium at the annual meeting
    Although all DBP fellows and psychology trainees must engage in scholarly activities during their advanced training, most trainees often have limited opportunities to present their work in progress and gain feedback in a national multidisciplinary forum outside of their institution. Early participation and attendance at SDBP meetings (where they have opportunities to interact with other trainees and faculty and develop leadership skills) is likely to promote heightened engagement in national DBP activities and the development of future leaders in the field. Your tax deductible donation will help support a new Fellows Symposium. Our goal is to raise $10,000 in member donations towards this symposium. Help make a difference in our future - donate today!

How You Can Help

Support of the SDBP Development Fund is an important and vital way of promoting developmental and behavioral pediatrics through the many activities of SDBP. Contributions can be directed to the General Fund or to programs reflecting your specific interests. Donations can be made at any time and are tax deductible, to the fullest extent as permitted by law.

Suggested Giving

More than $1000      Benefactor
$501 - $1000           Patron
$251 - $500             Supporter
up to $250               Contributor

2015 CONTRIBUTORS

Benefactor

Robert F. Belknap MD, MPH Cohasset MA Daniel L. Coury MD Columbus OH
Dennis Drotar PhD Brunswick ME Heidi M. Feldman MD, PhD Palo Alto CA
Ellen C. Perrin MD Brookline MA

Patron

Bonnie W. Camp MD, PhD Denver CO Anne DeBattista PhD, CPNP, CPMHS Emerald Hills CA
John C. Duby MD Akron OH Robin L. Hansen MD Sacramento CA
Pamela C. High MD, MS Providence RI Nancy E. Lanphear MD Vancouver BC
Jean C. Smith MD Chapel Hill NC Terry Stancin PhD Cleveland OH
Paul Wang MD Madison CT Lynn M. Wegner MD Chapel Hill NC

Supporter

Nathan J. Blum MD Narberth PA Paul H. Dworkin MD Hartford CT
Michelle M. Macias MD Charleston SC James M. Perrin MD Boston MA
Martin T. Stein MD La Jolla CA

Contributor

Robin Adair MD Fairport NY Denise Aloisio MD Fair Haven NJ
Julia Anixt MD Cincinnati OH Ellis Arnstein MD Bronx NY
Marilyn C. Augustyn MD Somerville MA Ronald G. Barr MDCM Vancouver BC
Susan P. Berger PhD Chicago IL Carol D. Berkowitz MD Torrance CA
Brad D. Berman MD Walnut Creek CA Jerome M. Blake MD Sioux Falls SD
Robin K. Blitz MD Phoenix AZ Craig D. Boreman MD Dayton OH
Lauren Boyd MD Maywood IL Dana Brazdziunas MD Downers Grove IL
Karen C. Bresnahan MD Boston MA Carolyn Bridgemohan MD Boston MA
Eugenia Chan MD,MPH Boston MA Michael Ching MD, MPH Honolulu HI
Mark Cohen MD, FAAP Santa Clara CA Michael Cupoli MD Chattanooga TN
Beth Ellen Davis MD, MPH University Place WA Benard P. Dreyer MD New York NY
Kathryn A. Ellerbeck MD, MPH Kansas City KS Marianne E. Felice MD Worcester MA
Jessica E.A. Foster MD Gahanna OH Carol B. Garrison MD Kansas City MO
Linda S. Grossman MD Towson MD Cheryl H. Hack MD Royal Oak MI
Randi J. Hagerman MD Sacramento CA Barbara J. Howard MD Baltimore MD
Richard Franklin Howes MD, FAAP Lafayette LA Carolyn E. Ievers-Landis PhD Akron OH
Robert Keder MD Springfield MA Constance H. Keefer MD Cambridge MA
Daniel B. Kessler MD Phoenix AZ Damon R. Korb MD Los Gatos CA
Ernest F. Krug III MD Royal Oak MI Diane L. Langkamp MD Akron OH
Michele Laverdiere MD New York NY Jack M. Levine MD Great Neck NY
Diane Liebe MD, FAAP Yakima WA Lynn R. Liston M.S.Ed Belvidere IL
Irene Loe MD San Francisco CA Orawan Louthrenoo MD Chiang Mai
Aparna Mallik MD Montclair NJ Jack Mann MD, FAAP Portland ME
Raun Melmed MD Scottsdale AZ Alan L. Mendelsohn MD Glen Rock NJ
Monica R. Meyer MD Woodstock NY Karen J. Miller MD Boston MA
Robert D. Needlman MD Pepper Pike OH Britt Nielsen PsyD Cleveland OH
Sarah Nyp MD Shawnee KS Janet Patterson MD Peoria IL
Randall A. Phelps MD, PhD Eugene OR Lisa Albers Prock MD, MPH Wellesley MA
Charles Ralston MD Murray UT Leonard A. Rappaport MD, MS Boston MA
Nancy J. Roizen MD Shaker Hts OH Benjamin W. Sanders MD, MSPH, FAAP Philadelphia PA
Lisa Spector MD Kansas City MO Adiaha Spinks-Franklin MD, MPH Houston TX
George S. Starr MD Dewitt NY Judith M. Stranko-Richard DO Harrisburg PA
Kimberlly L. Stringer MD, MPH Flowood MS Raymond A. Sturner MD Baltimore MD
Stuart W. Teplin MD Chapel Hill NC Carol Weitzman MD Woodbridge CT
Tanishia Williams MD, PhD New Brunswick NJ Cynthia Wong MD Los Angeles CA
Samuel H. Zinner MD Seattle WA