SSTAR Health Professional Book Award | The goal of the award is to recognize the best recent book for health professionals that contributes to the understanding of human sexuality and/or sexual problems.
2020 Recipient: Lori Brotto, PhD
Better Sex Through Mindfulness: How Women Can Cultivate Desire; Greystone Books, 2018.
SSTAR Consumer Book Award | The goal of the award is to recognize the best recent book for consumers (intended for the lay public or general reader and NOT for therapists, mental health specialists or other health care providers) that contributes to the understanding of human sexuality and/or sexual problems.
2021 Recipients: Peggy Kleinplatz, PhD and Dana Menard, PhD
Magnificent Sex: Lessons from Extraordinary Lovers; Routledge, 2020.
Criteria| Past Winners
Masters & Johnson Award | The Masters and Johnson Award recognizes extraordinary contributions to clinical sexuality and/or sexual research over the course of a lifetime and achievement of excellence in clinical and/or research areas of sexual disorders. Nominations should be sent to the attention of the SSTAR president at email@example.com through March 1, 2022.
2021 Recipient: E. Sandra Byers, PhD
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.
2021 Recipient: Stéphanie Gauvin, Empirical Evaluation of Rainbow Reflections: A Comic Book Anthology on Body Image for Queer Men
SSTAR Mentorship Award | The SSTAR Mentorship Award recognizes extraordinary contributions to the mentorship of SSTAR members.
2019 Recipient: Irving Binik, PhD
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