DANIEL S. LEHRMAN LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD IN BEHAVIORAL NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY

Initiated 2006 Awarded to a Senior Scientist (announced annually in Summertime)

Nominations are currently being accepted for the Daniel S. Lehrman Lifetime Achievement Award in Behavioral Neuroendocrinology. The deadline for submitting nominations is March 19, 2019.

2019 Award Winner: Elizabeth Adkins-Regan

The SBN is pleased to announce that Dr. Elizabeth Adkins-Regan has been selected as the 2019 winner of the Daniel S. Lehrman Lifetime Achievement Award.

Dr. Adkins-Regan embodies the spirit of Danny Lehrman, with a career of eminent scholarship and a record of outstanding mentorship of scientists at all career stages. Dr. Adkins-Regan is internationally recognized for her research on the neuroendocrinology of social behavior. She has published over 150a rticles, including pioneering studies on the contributions of aromatization in the sexual differentiation and activation of avian copulatory behavior. In addition to her research, she provided a clear synthesis of the field of behavioral neuroendocrinology in her 2005 book, Hormones and Animal Social Behavior. Elizabeth also has served the SBN in numerous capacities, including SBN President (2015 – 2017) and Editor-in-Chief (2008 – 2011) of Hormones and Behavior.

Past Winners of the Lehrman Lifetime Achievement Award

Year Winner
2019 Elizabeth Adkins-Regan
2018 Jeff Blaustein
2017 Jacques Balthazart
2016 Randy Nelson
2015 Rae Silver
2014 Michael J. Baum
2013 Alison Fleming
2012 David Crews
2011 Donald Pfaff
2010 Art Arnold
2009 Lyn Clemens
2008 Arnie Gerall
2007 Irv Zucker
2006 Jay Rosenblatt