The Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior (SSIB) is an organization committed to advancing scientific research on food and fluid intake and its associated biological, psychological and social processes. SSIB is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization under the IRS federation tax code with federal tax identification number (EIN) 13-3412239.
The Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior maintains a number of funds that are restricted to certain activities or awards. We also have an Geneeral Fund which is used for general society support and special opportunities.
Please consider donating to the Fund which most closely aligns with your interest.
Friends of SSIB General Fund
Demonstrate your commitment to the SSIB with a gift to the General Fund. The General Fund may be used to provide support for symposia and early career events at the Annual Meeting of the SSIB.
SSIB Memorial Fund
Make a gift to honor the memory of a SSIB member, colleague or loved one.
Alan N. Epstein Research Award
This award honors an individual for a specific research discovery that has advanced the understanding of ingestive behavior
Hoebel Prize for Creativity
This Prize is intended to honor a SSIB member, at any stage of their career, for an exceptional level of creativity and excellence in his or her research on ingestive behavior.
Gerard P. Smith Award
The award is given for the best short oral presentation at the annual meeting by a graduate student in each of the Track 1 and Track 2 research categories.
Timothy J. Bartness Award
This award is given for the best oral presentation at the annual meeting by a junior faculty member. Members of SSIB who are less than 10 years beyond the date of their highest degree and more than two years into their first faculty position are eligible.
Harry R. Kissileff Award
The award is given for the best short oral presentation at the annual meeting by a post-doctoral fellow in each of the Track 1 and Track 2 research categories
New Investigator Travel Award
Travel awards are available for students and postdoctoral fellows (until five years after receiving doctoral degree).
George H. Collier New Investigator Travel Award
This award honors Dr. George H. Collier for his contributions to ingestive behavior research and his commitment to promoting the careers of new scientists.
Randall R. Sakai New Investigator Travel Award
This award honors Dr. Randall R. Sakai for his dedicated mentoring of students and post-doctoral fellows.
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