Fellows & Associate Fellows

Fellows of the AsMA

Fellows are selected from among those active members who have made outstanding contributions to aerospace medicine, aeronautics, astronautics, undersea medicine, or environmental health, either in research, in the practical usage of research, or by precept and example. Nominations for Fellowship may be made only by Fellows who are active members. For further inquiries, contact James M. Vanderploeg, M.D. (Chair).

AsMA Fellows Scholarship
2013 AsMA Fellows Scholarship Winner Announced
One of the stated purposes of the AsMA Foundation is "To provide scholarships for the purpose of underwriting, in whole or in part, the cost of registration fees, transportation, a meal per diem, or any other valid fees or expenses incurred by eligible students or residents in relation to their attendance at one or more scholarly meetings on topics related to aerospace medicine". The AsMA Foundation delegated to the AsMA Fellows Group the task to develop and administer a scholarship program to accomplish the previously stated purpose. Therefore, the AsMA Fellows Scholarship Committee (AsMA-FSC) was formed to establish the "AsMA Fellows Scholarship". The amount of this scholarship is currently set at $2,000 U.S. and is given annually to an AsMA member who is a student in an aerospace medicine residency program, graduate program in aerospace medicine (Masters or Ph.D.), medical certificate or aerospace diploma course, or in a full time education/training program in the allied fields of nursing, physiology, human factors, psychology, ergonomics, engineering, etc. Selection criteria include delivering a slide or poster presentation as a first author at the AsMA Annual Scientific Meeting and then publishing a manuscript as first author in Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine based on the same topic and/or material covered in the slide or poster presentation. The scholarship winner is selected among all the qualified applicants based on the highest scientific value, originality, quality and relevance of his/her AsMA presentation and ASEM manuscript related to the field of aerospace medicine (including allied scientific disciplines) as determined by the AsMA-FSC. Special consideration is given to those applicants who are at an early stage in their career development. The scholarship must be used for the purpose of underwriting, in whole or in part, the cost of registration fees, transportation, hotel accommodations, or any other valid fees or expenses incurred by the winner in relation to his/her attendance at one or more scholarly meetings on topics related to aerospace medicine.  A full description of this scholarship and an application form can be found here.  Application deadline is January 31, 2014.

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Please visit the Members Only section to view the Fellows election reform documents. Once you are logged in, scroll down to the heading 'Fellows'.

Access the historical list of Fellows (updated May 2014).

Associate Fellowship

Associate Fellowship honors members of the Aerospace Medical Association who have contributed to the Association in a positive manner. A candidate for Associate Fellow must be a full member of AsMA for at least 5 years. Applications for Associate Fellowship are reviewed by the Associate Fellows Group and submitted to the Executive Committee for approval. Applications are currently made by submitting a Curriculum Vitae (CV) to associatefellows@asma.org.

Access the current list of Associate Fellows (updated August 2014).

For more information on becoming an Associate Fellow or to maintain active participation in the Associate Fellows Group:

Call for Papers

The Aerospace Medical Association’s 2015 Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in Lake Buena Vista, FL. This year’s theme is “Making a Difference in Aerospace Medicine.” We encourage presentations from diverse experts that will enhance the world’s knowledge and understanding of the current challenges in Aerospace Medicine.

To read the full Call for Papers, please click here.
The abstract submission site is now open; to submit an abstract, go to Scholar One. The deadline for abstract submissions is October 31, 2014.