Alison Phillips elected fellow of the Society of Behavioral Medicine


Alison Phillps, associate professor in the Department of Psychology was recently elected fellow of the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM), the nation’s leading group of multi-specialty professionals dedicated to improving health and quality of life through proven behavioral science.

Fellow status within SBM is a distinction conferred on full members in recognition of outstanding contributions to the advancement of the science and practice of behavioral medicine. Among the considerations for this distinction are academic, professional, clinical, legislative or other meritorious accomplishments.

SBM is the leading forum for more than 2,400 behavioral and biomedical researchers and clinicians to study the interactions and relationships between behavioral, physiological, and biochemical states, and morbidity and mortality.