Member Input

Honors Committee Input

Submission Deadline

The Honors Committee selects the Gold Medalist, the Honorary Member, the Pioneer Awardee, and the Singleton-Taybi Awardee. View the panes below for additional information regarding each award.

The selection process for the 2023 year has closed.

Gold Medal

Awarded to a member who has made outstanding contributions to the care of children, to pediatric radiology, and to our Society.

Past Gold Medalists

Honorary Membership

Since 1998, the Society extends Honorary membership to individuals outside of the North American pediatric radiology physician community who have made outstanding contributions to the care of children.

Past Honorary Members

Pioneer Award

The award is given to an individual whose work has had a significant impact on the way pediatric radiology is practiced or perceived. The award is given to recognize early and significant contributions to our specialty and Society.

Past Pioneer Awardees

Singleton-Taybi Award

The Singleton-Taybi Award is Awarded annually by the SPR to recognize the lifetime achievements of an SPR member in academic pediatric radiology. The awardee may be recognized for achievements in teaching/education, research, service, outreach, leadership/administration or any combination thereof. Prior to 2020, the award focused solely on education. Beginning in 2020, the award recognizes broader and more diverse contributions to academic pediatric radiology.

Past Singleton-Taybi Awardees

Nominating Committee

Nominations for the SPR and SPR REF Boards

The submission process for the 2023-2024 Board Slate is closed.

Nominations for the Nominating Committee

The nomination process for the 2023-2024 year will open in January 2023.

Ethics Committee

Nominations for Ethics Committee

The nomination process for the 2023-2024 year will open in January 2023.

SCORCH Scholarship

SCORCH John D. Strain
Leadership Scholarship 

SCORCH 2023 - The call for applications will open in January 2023.

Previous Recipients
  • 2019 - Dr. Sarah Milla, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
  • 2020 - Dr. Andrew Trout, Cincinnati Children's Hospital
  • 2021 - Not Awarded
  • 2022 - Dr. Mariana Meyers, Children's Hospital Colorado

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