Recognizes the best publication by an early-career anatomist in each of the society's three journals: Anatomical Sciences Education, Developmental Dynamics, and The Anatomical Record
Recognizes health science faculty who are in the formative stages of their career that teach human or veterinary gross anatomy.
The rank of Fellow of the American Association for Anatomy (FAAA) is designed to honor distinguished members who have demonstrated excellence in science and in their overall contributions to the anatomical sciences
Provides travel expenses for members to facilitate visiting a laboratory or participating in a course outside their home institution.
To fund members who are based at international institutions to attend and present at the Annual Meeting.
Recognizes the dedication and impact of members with a sustained career commitment to mentoring through guiding, supporting, and promoting the training and career development of others.
Presented to a member who creates inclusive teams representing the rich diversity of communities served.
AAA's highest education award for human anatomy education in the anatomical sciences as broadly defined- including gross anatomy, embryology, histology, and neuroanatomy- at the medical/dental, graduate, or undergraduate level of teaching
Recognizes investigators in the early stages of their careers who have made important contributions to biomedical science through their research in cell/molecular biology, developmental biology, comparative neuroanatomy, or the morphological sciences
AAA's highest scientific honor recognizes unique and meritorious contributions to and achievements in anatomical sciences by a distinguished AAA member
Presented periodically to a member distinguished in the field of anatomical sciences who has provided exceptional service to the Association and/or mentorship in the discipline
Recognizes a Mid-Career AAA member in recognition of outstanding science communication and public engagement efforts in anatomical sciences.