Fellowships, Grants, and Scholarships

Fellowships, Grants, and Scholarships

Applications for ICED 2018 are accepted September 1st - October 15th at 11:59PM ET.

Alex DeVinney Memorial Award
Once again, the Alex DeVinney Family is pleased to offer two conference travel scholarships of $2,000 each for the top abstracts investigating the overlap between eating disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorder and/or compulsive exercise. Only abstracts in which the first author is an early career investigator (i.e., not more than 5 years post terminal degree) are eligible. The awards are supported by a gift in loving memory of Alex DeVinney. To apply for this scholarship, simply submit an abstract matching the description above for consideration for ICED 2018 here

Clinician Scholarship Program
AED has established a Clinician Scholarship program to help defray annual meeting costs for clinicians and educators who otherwise might not be able to afford to travel to attend the conference. The intent of this scholarship program is to provide the applicant with knowledge and skills that will then be disseminated by the applicant in their community. 

Erin Riederer Memorial Scholarship
The Erin Riederer Foundation is a legacy foundation dedicated to improving eating disorder treatment in Wisconsin and across the globe. The Foundation offers one $1,000 scholarship for a first through fourth year medical student at the Medical College of Wisconsin or University of Wisconsin- Madison Medical Schools to support the development of their interest in eating disorders.

Patient-Carer Representative Scholarship 
This scholarship is specifically designed to enable members representing the patient-carer community to attend the International Conference on Eating Disorders.

Scholarships for People from Low Income Countries
The purpose of the program is to support people from low income countries or those underrepresented in AED to attend the International Conference on Eating Disorders.

Student/Early Career Investigator Travel Fellowship Program
The AED Scholarship Fund supports travel fellowships for students and early career investigators to attend the International Conference on Eating Disorders. 

Student Research Grant
The purpose of the Student Research Grant Program is to support innovative and cutting-edge research conducted by student members of the AED.