Fellowship Program


The Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation awards fellowship grants annually to outstanding post-doctoral or junior faculty candidates who are investigating the causes, prevention, and treatment of children and adolescents with ADHD or depression, especially those from low-income families and under-resourced communities, or other minoritized populations that may have limited supports and resources. The Fellowship supports two-year research projects that could lead to federal funding and other national research awards. The Foundation supports research that produces direct and tangible benefits to children and their families, while also supporting promising, early career scientists.

In 2023, the Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation conducted an evaluation of its Fellowship Program. The results can be found here.