Early Career Awards
This award recognizes an important contribution to the science of behavioral medicine at an early career stage. Applicants should be no further than seven years after their highest degree and/or have held a faculty or professional position for no more than seven years.
- Dr. Valentina Carfora – Catholic University Of The Sacred Heart – ITALY
- Dr. Severin Hennemann – University of Mainz – GERMANY
- Dr. Marie Kotzur – University of Glasgow – UNITED KINGDOM
- Grace Biyinzika Lubega – Makerere University School Of Public Health – UGANDA
- Minori Machida – Waseda University – JAPAN
- Nóra Radó – Semmelweis University – HUNGARY
- Dr. Joshua Rash – Memorial University of Newfoundland – CANADA
- Sharon Sanchez Franco – National Institute of Cancer – COLOMBIA
- Dr. Saravanan SP – KIIT University – INDIA
- Dr. Rachel Sutherland – University of Newcastle – AUSTRALIA
- Dr. Xue Yang – The Chinese University Of Hong Kong – HONG KONG
ISBM Awards 2023
ISBM Lifetime Achievement Award
This award recognizes substantial contributions to behavioral medicine over the whole of a career. Recipients are recognized for distinguished scholarly contributions to the science of behavioral medicine across a productive career.
- Prof. Joost Dekker – Amsterdam University Medical Centers – NETHERLANDS
- Prof. Howard Leventhal – Rutgers Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research – USA
- Prof. Susan Michie – University College London – UNITED KINGDOM
- Prof. Jo Salmon – Deakin University – AUSTRALIA
ISBM Distinguished Scientist Award
This award recognizes distinguished theoretical or empirical contributions to behavioral medicine. Recipients have made several outstanding contributions to the science of behavioral medicine.
- Dr. Frank Penedo – Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center – USA
- Dr. Tim Stockwell – University of Victoria – CANADA
ISBM Outstanding New Investigator Award
This award recognizes an outstanding contribution by a new investigator to the science of behavioral medicine. Recipients have made a specific, outstanding contribution to the science of behavioral medicine, and are more experienced than those who apply for the Early Career Award.
- Prof. Phoenix Mo – Chinese University of Hong Kong – HONG KONG
- Dr. Rebecca Wyse – The University of Newcastle – AUSTRALIA
ISBM Distinguished Career Contribution Award
This award recognizes a distinguished career as a leader in the field of behavioral medicine. Recipients have made distinguished contributions at national or regional level to the development of behavioral medicine. Contributions can be to behavioral medicine as a clinical field or as a field in public health and health promotion; to teaching of behavioral medicine; or to mentoring in the field of behavioral medicine.
- Prof. Bai Bo – Chinese Journal of Behavioral Medicine – CHINA
- Dr. Michael Hoyt – University of California, Irvine – USA
- Dr. Sherri Sheinfeld Gorin – University of Michigan School of Medicine – USA
- Prof. Sharon Simpson – University of Glasgow – UNITED KINGDOM