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  Program will be sent out in June.

2015 Scientific Meeting Schedule: Wednesday, July 8th - Saturday, July 11th, 2015

(Times, additional events, and location will be updated.)

 

2015 ISRCAP Scientific Meeting Schedule – July 8-11, 2015

 

Wednesday, July 8

5-7pm

Registration and Opening Reception

Library

 

Thursday, July 9

7:30-8am

Coffee & Light Pastries

Grand Ballroom

8-8:30am

Opening of Meeting

Grand Ballroom

8:30-9:30am

Keynote Address

Moshe Szyf, PhD, McGill University,  Montreal, Quebec, Canada, “Epigenetic processes mediating between early life environments and mental health; diagnostic and therapeutic implications”

Grand Ballroom

9:30-9:45am

Break

9:45-11:15am

Symposium 1

 “New strategies for studying G×E in developmental psychopathology: Honing the tools,”  Chair: Joyce Weeland, MSc, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Discussant: Sara Jaffee, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, USA  

Grand Ballroom

Symposium 2

 “Refining EEG biomarkers and endophenotypes for neurodevelopmental disorders,” Chair: Sandra Loo, PhD, UCLA,  USA, Discussant: Julie Schweitzer, PhD, UC Davis MIND Institute, USA

Library

11:15-11:30am

Break

11:30am-1pm

Symposium 3

 “Prenatal adversity, genetic/epigenetic associations and early maternal care in social-emotional development,” Chair: Ashley Wazana, MD, McGill University and Jewish General Hospital, Canada, Discussant: Moshe Szyf, PhD, McGill University & Jewish General Hospital, Canada

Grand Ballroom

Symposium 4

 “Digging deeper into depression interventions: What works for whom and why?,”  Chair: Cari McCarty, PhD, University of Washington, USA, Discussant: Joan Asarnow, PhD, UCLA, USA

Library

1-2:30pm

Open

2:30-4pm

Symposium 5

 “Processes moderating/mediating between vulnerability, stress, and adolescent internalizing: Cognitive-control, coping, self-criticism, self-compassion,”  Chair: Heidi Gazelle, PhD, University of Melbourne, Australia, Discussant: Nicholas Allen, PhD, University of Oregon, USA

Grand Ballroom

Symposium 6

 “Hormones as epigenetic mechanisms of environmental influences on developmental psychopathology,” Michelle Martel, PhD, University of Kentucky, USA, Discussant: Elizabeth Shirtcliff, PhD, Iowa State University, USA

Library

4-5pm

NIH Session

 “Scientific Priorities at NIMH and NIDA in Gene-Environment-Development Studies,”  Presenters: Holly A. Garriok, Ph.D. and Julia L. Zehr, Ph.D., Division of Translational Research, NIMH; Namah Weinberg, M.D., Division of Epidemiology, Services, and Prevention Research, NIDA 

Grand Ballroom

5-7pm

Poster Session A and Reception

Poster hanging from 3-4pm

Billiard Room and Card Room

 

Friday, July 10

8:00-8:30am

Coffee & Light Pastries

Grand Ballroom

8:30-9:30am

Keynote Address

John Gilmore, MD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, “Infant MRI markers of risk for psychopathology: Latest findings and implications"

Grand Ballroom

9:30-9:45am

Break

9:45-11:15am

Symposium 7

 “Advancing the study of sluggish cognitive tempo: Meta-analytic, bifactor, and invariance findings,”  Chair: Stephen Becker, PhD, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, USA, Discussant: Keith McBurnett, PhD, UC, San Francisco, USA

Grand Ballroom

Symposium 8

 “A developmental perspective on biomarkers for psychopathology from infancy to adolescence,”  Chair: Sarah Karalunas, PhD, Oregon Health & Sciences University,USA,  Discussant: Bonnie Nagel, PhD, Oregon Health & Science University, USA

Library

11:15-11:30am

Break

11:30am-1pm

Symposium 9

 “Longitudinal mechanisms in ADHD,” Chair: Meghan Miller, PhD, UC, Davis MIND Institute, USA, Discussant: Stephen Hinshaw, PhD, UC, Berkeley, USA

Grand Ballroom

Symposium 10

“Developmental trajectories of youth psychopathology: Adverse and resilient young adult outcomes,” Chair: Thomas Olino, PhD, Temple University, USA,  Discussant: Daniel Klein, PhD, Stony Brook University, USA

Library

1-4pm

Open

 

4-5pm

Business Meeting

The Vault Room

5-7pm

Poster Session B and Reception

 

 

 

Poster hanging from 3-4pm

Billiard Room and Card Room

 

Saturday, July 11

8:00-8:30am

Coffee & Light Pastries

Grand Ballroom

8:30-9:30am

Presidential Address

Joel Nigg, PhD, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR, USA,  "The brave new world of biomarkers, epigenetics, high-dimensional data, and developmental origins of mental disorder"

Grand Ballroom

9:30-9:45am

Break

9:45-11:15am

Symposium 11

 “Enhancing adult implementation of behavioral interventions for ADHD: Person-level and environmental predictors,” Chair: Margaret Sibley, PhD, Florida International University, Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, USA, Discussant: Thomas Power, PhD, Perelman School of Medicine at University of Pennsylvania, USA

Grand Ballroom

Symposium 12

, “Using the drift diffusion model to understand psychopathology and normative development,”  Chair: Cynthia Huang-Pollock, PhD, The Pennsylvania State University, USA, Discussant: Peter Killeen, PhD, Arizona State University, USA

Library

11:15-11:30am

Break

11:30am-1pm

Symposium 13

 “Genetic and socio-demographic moderators of interventions to reduce youth conduct problems,”  Chair: Frances Gardner, PhD, Oxford University, UK, Discussant: Daniel Shaw, PhD, University of Pittsburgh, USA

Grand Ballroom

Symposium 14

 “Engaging parents as a mechanism of youth behavioral change: Three unique interventions,”  Chair: Margaret Sibley, PhD, Florida International University, USA, Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, Discussant: Charlotte Johnston, PhD, University of British Columbia, Canada

Library


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