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Travel Award in Celebration of Lyn Clemens!
September 9, 2016
In celebration of Lyn Clemens’ contributions, SBN has instituted a fund for travel awards.
With the passing of Lyn Clemens this year Behavioral Neuroendocrinology lost a pioneer who open new areas of inquiry and who trained and mentored an impressive number of outstanding scientists. Clemens started the Eastern Regional Conference on Reproductive Behavior, that later became CRB, the precursor of the Society for Behavioral Endocrinology. In 2009, Clemens received the SBN’s Daniel Lehrman lifetime achievement award.
In celebration of his contributions SBN has instituted a fund for travel awards. Contributions toward this fund can be sent directly to:
Joe Lonstein Ph.D.
Michigan State University
108 Giltner Hall
East Lansing, MI 48824