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ICBM 2023 Updates

By 30 May 2023August 1st, 2023No Comments

Keynote Speaker Spotlight

Opening Keynote: The Essential Role of Behavioral Medicine in Catalyzing Climate Action to Improve Health

Dr. Renee N. Salas is a well-recognized expert on climate change and its implications for health and health care delivery. She served as the lead author of the Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change U.S. Brief between 2018 to 2021, moving to senior author in 2022, and founded and leads its Working Group of nearly 80 U.S. organizations. Read more about her career and achievements here.

Pre-Congress Workshops

ICBM offers a great selection of pre-congress workshops to be held on August 23 at the congress hotel. Tickets for full- or half-day workshops can be purchased upon registration. Click here to learn more about the pre-congress workshops.

Early Career Awards

We are delighted to announce the 2023 Early Career Awardees! Early Career Awards are granted to promising researchers and clinicians early in their careers, to stimulate and encourage further career development within the field of Behavioral Medicine. We congratulate all recipients on achieving this award and thank everyone who applied.

  • Dr. Valentina Carfora, Italy
  • Dr. Severin Hennemann, Germany
  • Dr. Marie Kotzur, UK
  • Ms. Grace Biyinzika Lubega, Uganda
  • Mr. Minori Machida, Japan
  • Ms. Nóra Radó, Hungary
  • Dr. Joshua Rash, Canada
  • Ms. Sharon Sanchez Franco, Colombia
  • Dr. Saravanan SP, India
  • Dr. Rachel Sutherland, Australia
  • Dr. Xue Yang, Hong Kong

Hotel Bookings

Please note that the congress room block is now full and preferred rates are no longer available. If you are planning to attend and have not yet booked a room, we advise to do so at your earliest convenience as hotel rates go up during the summer! You can find hotel recommendations here.

Explore Vancouver

Learn more about the ‘Show your badge’ program for exclusive discounts and things to do in Vancouver and beautiful British Columbia.

Claire Conley

Claire C. Conley, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Oncology and a member of the Cancer Prevention and Control Program within Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, USA. Dr. Conley’s program of research broadly focuses on psychosocial issues across the cancer continuum, from prevention to end-of-life. Her research aims to promote health behavior change and improve quality of life in the context of cancer.