Margaret L. Bauman, MD

Distinctions

2011


2008

  • Donald Cohen Memorial Lectureship, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

2007
  • National Ambassador Award presented on behalf of Dr. Bauman's pioneering work that led to numerous clinical and research advances in the field of autism and related neurological disorders. Her efforts have had a profound impact on medical and rehabilitation professionals as well as people diagnosed with autism.

2006
  • Excellence in research Award, Autism Society of America


2005

  • Doug Flutie Jr. Award


2003

  • Bridges to the Ivory Tower Award. Pediatric Therapy Network, Torrance CA
  • Distinguished Lecturer. Bouve College of Health Sciences at Northeastern University.


2002

  • Founding member, Autism Treatment Network


1999

  • Eden Institute Foundation Princeton Lecture Series, E.C. Puzio and F.M. Puzio Fellows

1998

  • Gold Medal Award. Smith College, Northampton, MA

1997

  • Autism Society of Connecticut (ASCONN). Distinguished Service Award.

1995

  • The Sidney Rosen Memorial Lecture, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada
  • National Association of School Psychologists. Certificate of Appreciation
  • The American Institute for Neuro-Integrative Development, Fairfield, Connecticut. Certificate in Appreciation and Recognition of clinical expertise and research in the field of autism


1994

  • The Enid Peschel Memorial Lectureship, Yale University School of Medicine
  • COSAC (Center for Outreach and Services for the Autism Community Inc.), Ewing, New Jersey. In recognition of teaching, clinical expertise and research in the field of autism.

1993 

  • Award for Excellence, Boston Institute for the Development of Infants and Parents

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