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2020 Awards presented by the Society for Health Psychology (Division 38)

Each year, the Society for Health Psychology (SfHP) recognizes members for outstanding contributions to the field by presenting awards in Research, Clinical Practice, Education & Training, Mentoring, and Career Service.  Award categories were established to acknowledge and appreciate excellence in health psychology across the career span and throughout the field. 

Excellence in Health Psychology Research Award
            Christopher France, PhD, Ohio University

 Excellence in Health Psychology Research by an Early Career Professional Award
            Katherine B. Ehrlich, PhD, University of Georgia

Excellence in Clinical Health Psychology Award
            Lisa K. Kearney, PhD, ABPP, Veterans
            Administration

Excellence in Clinical Health Psychology by an Early Career Professional Award
            Stacy A. Ogbeide, PsyD, ABPP, University of Texas
            Health Science Center 

Excellence in Health Psychology Mentoring Award
            Richard J. Contrada, PhD, Rutgers, The State
            University of New Jersey

Cynthia D. Belar Award for Excellence in Health Psychology Education & Training  
            Traci Mann, PhD, University of Minnesota 

Nathan W. Perry, Jr. Award for Career Service to Health Psychology
            Jerry M. Suls, PhD, Feinstein Institutes for Medical
            Research

 

2020 SfHP Graduate Student Research Awards

Alessandra Caruso, MA, Clark University
Jessica Guler, MS, University of Kansas
Marlise Hofer, MA, University of British Columbia
Alison J. Patev, MS, Virginia Commonwealth University
Roberto Renteria, MA, Arizona State University
Charlotte Roddick, MA, University of British Columbia

 

2020 Awards Presented by APA to SfHP Members

 APA Award for Distinguished Scientific Early Career Contributions to Psychology
           Katherine B. Ehrlich, PhD, University of Georgia

2020 Convention:  Science in the Morning Poster Competition (Best Poster by an APA Student Affiliate/APAGS Member) – Division 38
            Erin C. Standen, BS, University of Minnesota –
            Twin Cities