Chair: Dorothy McLeod, MA
Membership Director: Alyssa Vela, MA
INSPIRE Representative: Kelsey Clemson, MS
Annual Meeting Coordinator: Jessica Jackson, MA
Treasurer: Erika Biederman
Immediate Past Chair: Jeni L. Matthews, MS
Aging: Tiffany Bullard
BIT: Manal Alabduljabbar
Cancer: Stephen Lo
Child and Family Health: Rebeccah L Sokol; Maija B. Taylor
Diabetes: Allyson Hughes
Evidence-Based Behavioral Medicine (EBBM): Courtney Stevens
Health Decision Making: Kristen Riley, PhD
Integrated Primary Care (IPC): Olivia Gupton
Military and Veterans Health: Celina Shirazipour
Multiple Health Behavior Change (MBHC): Keri Bayley
Multi-Morbidities: Cara Blevins
Optimization of Behavioral and Biobehavioral Interventions (OBBI): Sara Hoffman
OED: Sara Hoffman
PA: Jason Cohen
Pain: Alyssa Vela
Sleep: Jessica Dietch
Spirituality and Health: Kathleen Isaac
The purposes of the Student Special Interest Group are to provide a home for student members of the Society of Behavioral Medicine where their unique needs and concerns can be discussed and addressed, and to facilitate their professional development. Additional goals of the Student Special Interest Group include promotion of the following: student-oriented programs, activities and opportunities within the Society of Behavioral Medicine; collaboration between students and among students and professionals; and discussion of important topics within the field of behavioral medicine. All student members are encouraged to join.
To join the Student SIG roster or to be added or removed from the listserv:
Log in to the Members Only section of the SBM website, click My Profile, then edit the SIG section under the Professional tab. If you have questions or difficulty, email email@example.com.
Send and receive messages from the Student SIG listserv:
To send relevant postings for students (e.g. publications, job opportunities, etc), simply insert this address into your email recipient list: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a member of the Student SIG you will be automatically enrolled in the listserv.
Student SIG Facebook Page:
The Facebook page is a great way to stay connected with other members of the SIG, outside of the Annual Meeting! It is also a good source of current information for students about SBM opportunities and surviving graduate school. Be sure you "like" the page to get updates. https://www.facebook.com/sbmstudentsig
A Google Spreadsheet was created as a way to help students connect about their research interests and to network for future collaborations. Visit the spreadsheet to enter your information and see the research interests/contact information of other student members.