SSTAR MEETINGS

SAVE THE DATE!

 

 

SSTAR 2016  Fall Clinical Case Conference 

Friday, September 23 2016

Millennium Broadway Hotel

New York, NY

 

 

 

SSTAR 2017 Annual Meeting

April 20-23, 2017

Omni Mont-Royal

Montreal, QC


AWARDS

 

2017 SSTAR Consumer Book Award 

Nominations are now closed for the Consumer Book Award. The submissions are currently under consideration by the committee. The award winner will be announced in October 2016 and will be presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting in Montreal, April 20-23, 2017.

 

Sandra R. Leiblum Student Research Award | The SSTAR Sandra R. Leiblum Student Research Award recognizes the scholarly work of students who are developing a career in the field of sexual disorders and sexual health and fosters the professional development of individuals beginning their careers in this area.

2016 Recipient: Amelia Stanton, Vagal Activity During Physiological Sexual Arousal in Women With and Without Sexual Dysfunction

Criteria | Past Winners

 

CalCalSSTAR Health Professional Book Award | The goal of the award is to recognize the best recent book for health professionals that contributes to the understanding and resolution of sexual disorders. 

2016 Recipient:  Caroline Pukall, PhD Human Sexuality: A Contemporary Introduction; Oxford University Press, 2013.

Criteria | Past Winners

  

SSTAR Consumer Book Award | The goal of the award is to recognize the best recent book for consumers that contributes to the understanding and resolution of sexual disorders. 

2015 Recipient: Prostate Cancer and the Man You Love: Supporting and Caring for Your Partner, Anne Katz, RN, PhD

Criteria| Past Winners 

 

Masters and Johnson Award | The Masters and Johnson Award recognizes the lifetime achievement of excellence in clinical and/or research areas of sexual disorders.

2016 Recipient:  Barry W. McCarthy, PhD

Criteria |  Past Winners 

 

SSTAR Service Award | The SSTAR Service Award recognizes that some individuals have contributed greatly to the evolution and history of the organization, a fact that may not have been sufficiently appreciated at the time. Hence the notion of a Service Award which allows for enduring memory.

2016 Recipient: Marta Meana, PhD

Criteria I Past Winners