Upcoming Deadlines

Rapid Abstracts Due for SBM's 2017 Annual Meeting

December 28, 2016
SBM is currently accepting rapid communication poster abstracts for its 2017 Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions. SBM welcomes submissions from members and non-members alike. Submit your abstract by December 28, 2016, at 11:59 p.m. ET by visiting http://www.sbm.org/meetings/2017/abstracts/general-information. The 2017 Annual Meeting will be held March 29 to April 1 in San Diego, CA. The meeting’s theme is "La Buena Vista: Expanding Horizons in Behavioral Medicine." [Read more >>]

Abstracts Due for TBM Special Issue on Clinical and Public Health Genomics

January 31, 2017
A planned special issue of Translational Behavioral Medicine (TBM) solicits papers focusing on clinical and public health genomics. TBM is especially interested in reports of research in the following areas: precision medicine across the spectrum; integrating genomic health into systems of care; and policy, cost, and evaluation of new approaches. Interested authors are asked to submit an abstract of 250 words or less to the guest editors. Each abstract will be reviewed and, if approved, authors will be invited to submit a full manuscript for consideration under a rigorous peer review process. Abstracts are due January 31, 2017.
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Register for the 2017 Annual Meeting Before March 1 to Receive Early-Bird Discounts

February 28, 2017
Registration for SBM's 2017 Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions before March 1 to pay a discounted rate. The Annual Meeting is being held in San Diego, CA, from March 29 to April 1. [Read more >>]

Online Registration Ends for the 2017 Annual Meeting

March 21, 2017
Online registration for SBM's 2017 Annual Meeting ends March 21 at 11:59 p.m. ET. If you miss the online registration, you can still register for the meeting onsite in San Diego, CA, starting at 7 a.m. PT on March 29. [Read more >>]

Abstracts Due for TBM Special Section on Networks and Health Care Outcomes

April 1, 2017
A planned special section of Translational Behavioral Medicine solicits papers focused on documenting and explaining the influence of interpersonal and organizational networks on health and health care outcomes. Interested authors are asked to submit an abstract of 250 words or less to the guest editors. Each abstract will be reviewed and, if approved, authors will be invited to submit a full manuscript for consideration under a rigorous peer review process. Abstracts are due April 1, 2017. [Read more >>]