J. Richard Jennings, PhD Receives Prestigious Society for Psychophysiological Research Distinguished Contributions Award
Dr. Jennings is presented with the
Distinguished Contributions to Psychophysiology Award by
Dr. Maurits van der Molen of Holland
The Society for Psychophysiological Research has presented J. Richard Jennings, Professor of Psychiatry, with the Distinguished Contributions to Psychophysiology Award. Dr. Jennings was presented with the award at the Society's annual meeting in September 10-14, 2014 in Atlanta, GA.
The Society's mission is to foster research on the interrelationships between the physiological and psychological aspects of behavior, and the Distinguished Contributions to Psychophysiology Award is the organization's highest honor. It recognizes a senior scientist who has made seminal and career-long conceptual, empirical, and methodological contributions to the field. In addition to the presentation of the award at the Society's annual meeting, Dr. Jennings will be featured in an article in the journal Psychophysiology describing how his work has influenced psychophysiological research.
Dr. Jennings' research focuses on how psychological factors act through the brain to influence normal and pathological change in the body. He has served as the Principal Investigator or Co-Principal Investigator on numerous federally funded grants, and has collaborated extensively with colleagues in Pittsburgh and other academic institutions. A prolific writer, he has co-authored over 200 peer-reviewed publications as well as books, book chapters, and invited articles.
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Jennings on his selection for the Distinguished Contributions Award.