“Since my time as a grad student, I have been able to benefit from the generosity of donors who help keep SBM’s membership dues low. This is critical to helping trainees, junior faculty, community partners, and international researchers get a first exposure to SBM’s many benefits.”
-Brian Gonzalez, PhD, General Fund Honorary Co-Chair
Learn more about SBM's General Fund and the Proven Science--Better Health Giving Campaign.
“Above all else, the most impactful benefit SBM has given me is the opportunity to mentor others and develop my leadership skills. There is no greater honor than to be in the presence of behavioral medicine’s future leaders and scholars and be provided the chance to mutually learn from one another.”
-Valerie Myers, PhD, Leadership Development Fund Honorary Co-Chair
Learn more about SBM's Leadership Development Fund and the Proven Science--Better Health Giving Campaign.
“I was very fortunate to serve as SBM’s President at a time when there was renewed emphasis nationally on the role of health policy. As we thought about how to expand the impact of our science on population health, it became clear that policy needed to be a key part of our efforts.”
-Karen Emmons, PhD, Policy Advocacy Fund Honorary Chair
Learn more about SBM's Policy Advocacy Fund and the Proven Science--Better Health Giving Campaign.
“As a Society, we cannot stay silent on the sidelines as misinformation spreads like wildfire, fanning the flames of major public health crises. Scientists and professional organizations have a responsibility to disseminate evidence based messaging about the pressing health issues of our time.”
-Sherry Pagoto, PhD, Science Communication Fund Honorary Chair
Learn more about SBM's Science Communication Fund and the Proven Science--Better Health Giving Campaign.
Meet our Battle of the SIGs winner, the Physical Activity SIG. Physical Activity SIG members had the largest percentage of members donate during the Annual Meeting week. Thank you!
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