IPA Awards and Prizes Winners Archive


The IPA makes a number of awards at its biennial Congress. On this page you will find a comprehensive list of all winners to date.

 

  • The IPA's Outstanding Scientific Achievement Award
  • Extraordinarily Meritorious Service to Psychoanalysis Award
  • Extraordinarily Meritorious Service to the IPA Award
  • The Distinguished Service Certificate
  • Elise M. Hayman Award for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide
  • Hayman Prize for Published Work Pertaining to Traumatised Children and Adults
  • Psychoanalytic Research Exceptional Contribution Awards
  • Psychoanalytic Training Today Award
  • Sacerdoti Prize
  • Ticho Foundation Lectureship Award
  • Tyson Prize
     

The IPA's Outstanding Scientific Achievement Award

The Board, on the recommendation of the President, may confer the IPA's Outstanding Scientific Achievement Award upon either a member or a non-member who, in the judgement of the President, has made an outstanding contribution to the relationship between psychoanalysis and other fields.

 

2011

Madeleine Baranger, Argentina

R. Horacio Etchegoyen, Argentina

 

2009

Roy Schafer, USA

 

2007

André Green, France

 

 

2004

Antonio Damasio, USA

 

2001

Jorge Semprún, Spain

 

 

Extraordinarily Meritorious Service to Psychoanalysis Award

This award is for non-Members of the IPA who have given exceptionally meritorious service to psychoanalysis or the profession, including the promotion of psychoanalysis to the wider community.

 

2011

Bernardo Bertolucci, Italy

 

2007

Gerhard Fichtner, Germany

 

2005

Sérgio Paulo Rouanet, Brazil and John, Lord Alderdice, UK

 

 

 

Extraordinarily Meritorious Service to the IPA Award

From time to time the Board may confer this award of merit upon a deserving member of the IPA. This Award succeeds the Distinguished Service Certificate.

 

 

2007

David Iseman, Canada (posthumously)

 

2006

Eero Rechardt, Finland

 

 

2005

Paolo Fonda, Italy

Jerry Winer, USA

Sara Zac de Filc, Argentina

 

2004

Terttu Eskelinen de Folch, Spain

 

2001

Ethel Spector Person, USA

 

1999

David M. Sachs, USA

Inga Villarreal, Colombia Anne-Marie Sandler, UK

John S. Kafka, USA

Han Groen-Prakken, The Netherlands

 

 

The Distinguished Service Certificate

1997

Peter Gay, USA

Paul Ricoeur, France

 

1995

Vojin Matich, Serbia/Yugoslavia

 

1993

Joseph Sajner, Czechoslovakia (posthumously)

 

 

 

Elise M. Hayman Award for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide

The Elise M. Hayman Award was initiated in 1989 by Dr Max Hayman in memory of his wife, Elise. The award is made biennially for the most cogent, relevant and commendable work on the Holocaust, and genocide, current or historical.

 

2011

Mariano Horenstein, Argentina

 

2009

Eva Metzger Brown, USA

 

2007

Samuel Gerson, USA

 

2005

Ilany Kogan, Israel

 

2004

Dori Laub, USA

 

2001

Yolanda Gampel, Israel

 

1999

Henry Krystal, USA

 

1997

Janine Altounian, France

 

1995

Mortimer Ostow, USA

 

1993

Judith Kestenberg, USA

 

1991

Milton Jucovy, USA

 

1989

Susan Zucotti, USA

 

 

Hayman Prize for Published Work Pertaining to Traumatised Children and Adults

A second award, also funded by Dr Hayman, was set up in 1997. An award is made to the author or authors of the best paper on this subject published in a book or in a recognised psychoanalytic or other scientific journal during the two years preceding a biennial international Congress of the IPA.

 

 

2011

Martha Bragin, USA

 

2009

Ana Maria Chabalgoity Rodriguez, Uruguay

Susann Heenen-Wolff, Belgium

 

2007

Suzanne Kaplan, Sweden

David Rosenfeld, Argentina

 

2005

Margarita Díaz Cordal, Chile

 

2004

Marilu Pelento and Julia Braun, (both Argentina)

 

2001

Suzanne Kaplan, Sweden

 

1999

Hans Keilson, The Netherlands

 

 

Psychoanalytic Research Exceptional Contribution Awards

The Research Committee of the IPA set up an open biennial competition for the three best psychoanalytic research papers submitted to the IPA's Congress.

 

2011

Poster

Nora Hinojosa, Mexico

Elga Filipa Amorim Claro de Castro, Mexico

Linda Mayes, USA

 

 

2009

Jennifer Bonovitz, USA

Ruben Zukerfeld, Argentina

Patrick Luyten, Belgium

Nicole Vliegen, Belgium

Boudewijn Van Houdenhove, Belgium

Sidney J, Blatt, USA

 

Posters

Daniel S. Schechter, Switzerland

Aaron Reliford, USA

 

2007

Barbara Milrod, USA

Eric Smadja, France

Adela Leibovich de Duarte, Constanaza Duhalde, Guillermina Rutsztein, Flavia Torricelli, Vanina Huerin, Andrés Roussos (all Argentina)

Maria Cristina Amendoeira, Maria Helena Guimarães, Marialzira Perestrello, Marília de la Cal, Marly Alvares Dias, Myriam Fainguelernt, Sara Gang, Maria Regina Newlands Trotto (all Brazil)

 

2005

Daniel S. Schechter, Tammy Coots, Charles H. Zeanah, Jr., Susan W. Coates, Mark Davies, Michael M. Myers, Kimberly A. Trabka, Michael R. Liebowitz (all USA)

Silvia R Acosta, Colombia and Clara M. López Moreno, Argentina

Dorothea Huber and Guenther Klug (both Germany)

 

Research Poster Prize:

Clara R de Schejtman, Ines Vardy and Constanza Duhalde (all Argentina)

 

2004

Georg Bruns, Germany

Rubén and Raquel Zonis Zukerfeld (both Argentina)

Robin Gomolin, USA

 

Research Poster Prize:

Teresa Lartigue Becerra, Gerardo Casanova, Gerardo Vázquez, Martha Pérez Calderón, Héctor Avila-Rosas (all Mexico)

 

2001

Marina Altmann de Litvan and Sylvia Gril (both Uruguay)

Gyorgy Gergely and Orsolya Koos (both Hungary)

Marco Chiesa, UK

Psychoanalytic Training Today Award

The IPA Education Committee set up this award in 2002 to recognize the best submitted paper on the study and development of psychoanalytic training models.

 

 

2011

Winner: Rosella Sandri, Belgium

Runner-Up: Mira Erlich-Ginor

 

2009

Beatriz de Leon de Bernardi, Uruguay

Jutta Kahl-Popp, Germany

 

2007

Deborah Cabaniss, USA

Clara M. Lopez Moreno, Silvia R. Acosta (both Argentina)

 

2005

Ellen Rees, USA

Hillery Bosworth and Deborah Cabaniss (both USA)

 

2004

David Tuckett, UK

Stephen Sonnenberg and William Myerson (both USA)

 

 

Sacerdoti Prize

This prize, funded by Cesare Sacerdoti, previously of Karnac Books, dates from 1987. It is awarded for the best individual paper submitted by a relatively young author who is presenting a paper at an international congress for the first time.

 

 

2011

Galina Hristeva, Germany

 

2009

Analia Wald, Argentina

 

2007

Vaia Tsolas, USA

 

2005

Viviane Sprinz Mondrzak, Alice Becker Lewkowicz, Aldo Luiz Duarte, Anna Luiza Kauffmann, Eneida Iankilevich, Gisha Brodacz, Gustavo P. Soares and Luis Ernesto Pellanda (all Brazil)

 

2004

Daria Colombo, USA

 

2001

Hélène David, Canada

 

1999

Alicia N. Szapu de Altman, Argentina

 

1997

Michael I. Good, Max Day and Eve Rowell (all USA)

 

1995

Dana Birksted-Breen, UK

 

1993

Graciela Schust-Briat, France

 

1991

Rosine Jozef Perelberg, UK and Aloysio Augusto D'Abreu, Brazil

 

1989

Danielle Quinodoz, Switzerland

 

Ticho Foundation Lectureship Award

The Ticho Charitable Foundation Lectureship Award was initiated in 2006 in memory of Ernst and Gertrude Ticho. The award is made to inspire a mid-career analyst outside the USA (where a separate Ticho Award exists) to achieve more and to invest more time in psychoanalytic research and teaching.

 

2009

Winner: Susana Vinocur Fischbein, Argentina

Runner-Up: Mauro Manica, Italy

 

2007

Winner: Noemi Lustgarten de Canteros, Argentina

Runner-Up: Louise Gyler, Australia

 

Tyson Prize

This prize, funded by Dr Robert L Tyson, dates from 2005. It is awarded for the best published or unpublished clinical paper written by a person undertaking psychoanalytic training in the two previous years.

 

2011

Winner: Ana Daniela Linciano, Italy

Runners -Up:

Alejandro Beltrán

Demian Ruvinsky, Spain

 

2009

Winner: Tracey Simon, USA

Runner-Up: Hana Salaam Abdel-Malek, Lebanon and Gabriela Mustri Misrahi, Mexico

 

2007

Martha Bragin, USA

 

2005

Susanne Chassay, USA