Children's Hormone Foundation
Dr. Maria New has remained in the vanguard of science, pioneering the use of molecular genetic diagnosis, prenatal diagnosis and treatment in adrenal disorders. To her patients, she is a dedicated and beloved clinical physician. She is also an outstanding teacher and mentor, training more than 100 physician-scientists who have become leaders in the field of pediatric endocrinology.
Her career exemplifies the link between clinical and basic science. She has published more than 640 academic articles in a wide range of prestigious journals and published a genetics book entitled Genetic Steroid Disorders in 2014. Her contribution is recognized in that she is one of the few pediatricians in the National Academy of Sciences.
IPSEN Award (2014) for her "outstanding work" in pediatric endocrinology and her "fundamental advances"
Ceppellini Prize, the Highest Award in Italy for Genetics (2010)
Judson J. Van Wyk Prize, Lawson Wilkins Pediatric Endocrine Society (2010)
Fred Conrad Koch Award, The Endocrine Society (2003), the highest prize from the American Endocrine Society
General Clinical Research Centers Program Eleventh Annual Award for Excellence in Clinical Research (1999)
MERIT Award, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (1998)
Rhône-Poulenc Rorer Clinical Investigator Award, The Endocrine Society (1995)
Dale Medal, Society for Endocrinology (1995)
Robert H. Williams Distinguished Leadership Award, The Endocrine Society (1988), the highest award from the British Endocrine Society
Recipient, Barnard Centennial Award: "100 Outstanding New York Women" University of Pennsylvania Distinguished Graduate Award Program
Director of Pediatric Endocrine Training Program, ACGME
St. Geme Lectureship, University of Colorado School of Medicine (2010)
President, The Endocrine Society (1992)
President, Lawson Wilkins Pediatric Endocrine Society (1985)
Honorary Member, Society for Endocrinology (2005)
Honorary Member, Italian Endocrine Society
Member, President's Council of Cornell Women
Alpha Omega Alpha, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
New York Practitioner's Society, the oldest medical society in the USA (mostly Nobel laureates and members of the National Academy of Sciences)
Honorary Degree, Turin School of Medicine
Honorary Degree in Medicine (Laurea Honoris Causa), Università degli Studi di Roma