The John Money Award for 2012 was presented to Eli Coleman, PhD, for his work on sexual health, sexual compulsivity, gender identity, and effective clinical practice for sexual disorders.
On May 19, 2012, Coleman received The John Money Award from the Eastern Region of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS) at their annual meeting in Bloomington, IN. The award recognizes scholars who have made outstanding contributions to our understanding of human sexuality. The award is named for John Money, PhD, whose landmark research and theorizing deepened our understanding of gender and sexuality.
As the award winner, Coleman presented the annual meeting opening night plenary, "Defining Sexual Health: History, Challenges and Opportunities."
Previous John Money Award winners include Jeff Parsons (2011), Mark Padilla (2009), Theo Sandfort (2008), Vern Bullough (2005), and Charlene Muehlenhard (2004).
PHOTO: Eli Coleman, PhD, and Juline Koken, PhD