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The Joseph Zubin Awards

Three Awards have been established in honor of Joseph Zubin:

The Joseph Zubin Memorial Fund Award: This award was established by colleagues and family of Joseph Zubin to recognize investigators who are in an early stage of their career, but have already made significant contributions to research in any area of psychopathology.  The award is co-sponsored by New York State Psychiatric Institute;  Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; and the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System.  The award, including honorarium, is presented at a memorial lecture held each year either in New York or in Pittsburgh.  The award was presented from 1994 through 2010.

 

Society for Research in Psychopathology: The Joseph Zubin Award

The Society for Research in Psychopathology instituted an award given a deserving individual for life-time contributions to the understanding of psychopathology. The first award was given in 1986 to Dr. Joseph Zubin. In 1990, the organization's annual award was officially named the Joseph Zubin Award. 

 

American Psychopathological Association: The Joseph Zubin Award.

The American Psychopathological Association established this award in 1992 to honor individuals who have made seminal contributions to psychopathology research.  It honors Joseph Zubin, who played an essential role in the organization, and who was twice awarded the prestigious Paul Hoch award of the APPA.