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Honors & Awards

This article showcases some of SBM members' recent honors and awards. If you would like to have your honor or award featured in the next issue, please forward the details of your achievement to William J. Sieber, PhD, Outlook Editor. Congratulations to all of the following members.

Zeeshan Ahmad Butt, PhD
Dr. Butt was awarded a Presidential Citation from the President of the American Psychological Association for his scholarly contributions related to clinical health psychology and his remarkable ability to foster professional engagement and career development among early career health psychologists.

Karina W. Davidson, PhD
Dr. Davidson was appointed to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) as an expert in prevention and primary care. The new additions to the Task Force were appointed by the director of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, with guidance from Task Force leadership, to serve 4-year terms.

Marie Johnston, PhD
Dr. Johnston was recognised in the UK Science Council's 100 leading practicing scientists as a developer/translational scientist. She was recognised for research on disability (theory, measurement and intervention) and on behavior change in health and healthcare contexts.

C. Tracy Orleans, PhD
Dr. Orleans received an Alumnae Achievement Awards from Wellesley College for her work in behavioral medicine. The award recognizes alumnae who have brought honor to themselves and to Wellesley College through their outstanding achievements. The Alumnae Achievement Award is the highest honor given to alumnae for excellence and distinction in their fields of endeavor and has been presented annually since 1970.