Presentation on theme: "2013 APS Business Update. APS Election Results - 2013 Vice President (President-Elect) – Beginning May 2013 Donna M. Ferriero – University of California,"— Presentation transcript:
APS Election Results - 2013 Vice President (President-Elect) – Beginning May 2013 Donna M. Ferriero – University of California, San Francisco - Benioff Children's Hospital, San Francisco, CA Secretary/Treasurer-Elect – Beginning May 2013 Christine A. Gleason – University of Washington, Seattle, WA Council Member – Beginning May 2013 (5 Year Term) Glenn Flores – UT Southwestern and Children's Medical Center, Dallas, TX
In Memoriam (reported since May 2012) In Memoriam (reported since May 2012) Charles D. Cook Allen C. Crocker Leo J. Geppert Mary E. Haggard Caroline B. Hall Robert A. Hoekelman Nancy H. Holland Edwin R. Hughes David T. Karzon Gilbert W. Mellin Robert W. Miller Alexandre Minkowski David L. Rimoin William K. Schubert Boris Senior Nathan J. Smith Ayse M. Yuceoglu
APS Financial Position Fiscal Year Ending September 30 2012 2011 2010 2009 Fund Balance $982,350 $874,351 $956,551 $950,486 Income $749,632 $636,820 $600,130 $532,537 Disbursements $716,439 $681,138 $625,186 $610,806
PAS Annual Meeting – 2013 Abstracts 4600 Submitted 82.7% Accepted 1810 Trainee First Author Presentations 64 Late Breakers / 9 Accepted Submit your best work for consideration at the 2014 PAS Annual Meeting in Vancouver, Canada. The abstract receipt deadline will be November 15, 2013.
PAS Annual Meeting – 2013 Registrants - Exhibits Advance Registrants 5,670 (5619 in 2012, 5211 in 2011) 3,154 PAS Members 1,079 Guests 1,293 Trainees (Members & Guests) 144 Allied Health Professionals (Members & Guests) 586 APS Members Exhibitors 192 Booths / 117 Companies (217 booths / 135 companies in 2012)
PAS Annual Meeting – 2013 Sponsorship Recognition Abbott Nutrition All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine Office of Medical Education Children’s Medical Center Dallas Children’s of Alabama / UAB Medicine Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation Thank you to the following organizations and companies who have provided generous support to the APS and/or the PAS Annual Meeting Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Cornerstone Therapeutics Inc. Duke University Innara Health (Formerly KCBioMedix) International Pediatric Research Foundation Lilly
PAS Annual Meeting – 2013 Sponsorship Recognition (continued) Stanford University School of Medicine St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine University of Colorado School of Medicine University of Utah University of Washington School of Medicine University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA Mayo Clinic Children’s Center Mead Johnson Nutrition Medela, Inc. Nationwide Children’s Hospital Pediatric Research Foundation Philips Sidra Medical & Research Center
PAS Annual Meeting – 2013 Sponsorship Recognition (continued) USF Health Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Wayne State University School of Medicine Yale University School of Medicine
Future PAS Annual Meetings 2014 Vancouver, Canada – May 3-6 2015 San Diego, California – April 25-28 2016 Baltimore, Maryland – April 30-May 3 2017 San Francisco, California – May 6-9 2018 Toronto, Canada – May 5-8 2019 Baltimore, Maryland – April 27-30 2020 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – May 2-5
APS Membership: April 2013 1835 Total Members 1175 Active Members (1161 in 2012) 581 Emeritus Members ( 560 in 2012) 79 Honorary Members ( 73 in 2012)
APS New Members 2013 The APS Welcomes 64 New Members: 58 Active 6Honorary Total Applications = 73 The deadline for 2014 APS membership nominations is July 31, 2013.
APS 2013 New Members Active Members Kate G. Ackerman Robert A. Adler Stephen Ashwal Barbara L. Asselin S. Bryn Austin Brian W. Berman John C. Bucuvalas Judith R. Campbell Jane D. Carver Juan C. Celedon John P. Clancy Ellen W. Clayton David N. Cornfield Tamera Coyne-Beasley Leslie H. Fall Alison E. Field Haydar A. Frangoul John G. Frohna Meena Garg James M. Greenberg Maryellen E. Gusic Jill S. Halterman Laura S. Haneline Jennifer L. Howse Robert S. Kahn Saul J. Karpen Roberta L. Keller Michele D. Kipke Dwight D. Koeberl Girija G. Konduri
APS 2013 New Members (continued) APS 2013 New Members (continued) Active Members (con’t) Damian J. Krysan Alice A. Kuo Catherine Limperopoulos Joseph O. Lopreiato Peter A. Margolis Jonathan A. McCullers Karin Nielsen-Saines Resmiye Oral Elizabeth M. Ozer Fernando P. Polack Gloria S. Pryhuber Lisa A. Robinson Jeffrey Roth Raman Sankar Stephen M. Schexnayder Robert C. Seeger Samir S. Shah Iman Sharif Lynne M. Smith Mary Allen Staat Dennis C. Stevens Jana A. Stockwell Constantine A. Stratakis Paul Szabolcs Moira A. Szilagyi Sten H. Vermund Daniel C. West Joanne Wolfe
APS 2013 New Members (continued) Honorary Members Kazunari Kaneko Hugo Lagercrantz Chy-Her (Charles) Lin Paola G. Marchisio Heike Rabe Christian P.R. Speer
2014 APS Nominating Committee Chair ~ Barbara J. Stoll APS Immediate Past President Wanda D. Barfield, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Howard Bauchner, JAMA Diana W. Bianchi, Floating Hospital for Children @ Tufts Medical Center Deepak Srivastava, Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease Consider candidates for Council. The deadline for nominations is July 31, 2013.
APS Supported Initiatives APS Registry APS Workgroup on History of Pediatrics ~ Publication APS-SPR Summer Student Research Program PAS Travel Grants Federation of Pediatric Organizations PAS Annual Meeting Pediatric Research Foundation Pediatric Scientist Development Program Pediatric Policy Council
Student Research Program Encourages gifted medical students to consider a career in pediatrics by providing a stipend to work in a pediatric research group setting for a two-three month period. 47 funded students will participate this year 9 additional students will participate this year unfunded by the program Help Make A Difference! We welcome all members to our Directory of Labs so you have an opportunity to host one of our student participants.
Pediatric Research Foundation This is a support foundation which has been established by the APS and SPR to help secure the future of the Societies. Our goal is to raise a three million dollar endowment.
Pediatric Research Foundation Contributions APS & SPR Members $331,098 (63.7%) Pediatric Departments $183,500 Children’s Hospitals $ 94,500 We need your support. For a pledge form, please contact the APS Central Office at email@example.com. Visit our website for a complete list of donors.
Pediatric Research Our Journal Together with the SPR and the ESPR, the APS co-sponsors Pediatric Research. Members are encouraged to submit high quality manuscripts. Submit on-line at www.pedresearch.org
Pediatric Research Olaf Dammann, Editor-in-Chief Stephanie Dean, Managing Editor Section Editors Carlo Agostoni Martin Bitzan Tine Brink-Henriksen Irina A. Buhimschi Donna Ferriero Ivan D. Frantz Cobi J. Heijnen Ethylin W. Jabs Kwang Sik Kim Andreas E. Kulozik Louis Low Parviz Minoo Seema Mital Annamaria Staiano Pierre Gressens, Associate Editor-In-Chief
Pediatric Policy Council The Pediatric Policy Council (PPC) was created to combine the legislative advocacy efforts of the American Pediatric Society, the Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairs, the Academic Pediatric Association and the Society for Pediatric Research to "speak with one voice." Drs. Scott C. Denne and William W. Hay, Jr., are the APS PPC representatives.
Questions or Suggestions? Please feel free to contact the APS Council at firstname.lastname@example.org@aps-spr.org We look forward to your continued support of the American Pediatric Society