Awards for Established Career

Awards are listed in order by application deadline. Please select the award to view more information and apply. 

Anatomy Training Program

Application Deadline: 3/1/2021
This intense program is intended to provide vocational training to those involved in teaching anatomy, who have not had much exposure to either human anatomy or clinical experience.

Innovations Program

Application Deadline: 6/4/2021
Provides funding to support new scientific, educational, and professional development programs and services developed by members and/or Committees

Research Meetings Outreach Grant

Application Deadline: 8/2/2021
Supports workshops, symposia, and meetings either as stand-alone activities or under the umbrella of other national or international societies

Henry Gray Distinguished Educator Award

Application Deadline: 10/1/2021
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

Henry Gray Scientific Achievement Award

Application Deadline: 10/1/2021
AAA's highest scientific honor recognizes unique and meritorious contributions to and achievements in anatomical sciences by a distinguished AAA member

A.J. Ladman Exemplary Service Award

Application Deadline: 10/1/2021
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

Fellows Grant Award Program

Application Deadline: 11/1/2021
Supports research proposals submitted to national or international funding agencies that were scored, and generally well received, but did not receive funding

Fellow of the American Association for Anatomy

Application Deadline: 12/1/2021
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