Congratulations to the 2021 SBRN Award Winners!

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The Sedentary Behaviour Research Network is proud to announce the 2021 SBRN Annual Award recipients:

2021 SBRN Research Leadership Award

for outstanding leadership in research and scholarly activity in the field of sedentary behaviour

Jo Salmon (Australia)

2021 SBRN Practice Leadership Award

for exceptional and sustained leadership in raising awareness and offering solutions to reduce and manage excessive sedentary behavior

Stephanie Prince Ware (Canada)

2021 SBRN Student/Trainee Award

for exemplary dedication, commitment, and contributions to the field of sedentary behaviour from a student or trainee

Matthew (Tepi) Mclaughlin (Australia)

 

Our sincere congratulations to the winners! Please click here to read more about SBRN award recipients.

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