2023 Twentieth Biennial ISRCAP
Scientific Meeting

New Directions in
Developmental Psychopathology


Hosted by University College London
Division of Psychiatry

London, England



ISRCAP is thrilled to announce our 2023 Biennial Scientific Meeting in London, England. We will be featuring four keynote speakers on the following topics which we hope will be relevant and interesting to our membership.

Catherine Creswell, PhD, Professor Developmental Clinical Psychology at the University of Oxford
Dr. Creswell will deliver an address on co-developing research priorities, measures, and treatment with youth and families.

Gail Ferguson, PhD, Associate Professor, Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota
Dr. Ferguson will deliver an address on acculturation and developmental psychopathology.

Quentin Huys, PhD, Associate Professor, Division of Psychiatry and the Max Planck UCL Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing Research at University College London 
Dr. Huys will deliver an address on the role of computational modeling in developmental psychopathology.

Samuele Cortese, PhD, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychology, University of Southampton
Dr. Cortese will deliver an address on the progress and challenges in developmental pharmacotherapy.



Submissions have been reviewed, and accepted presentations have been contacted. Please contact ISRCAP@gmail.com if you have not received feedback on your submission.             

The program schedule will be released in the coming weeks. Please check back here for a posted schedule! 



This year is an ISRCAP Election year! We are accepting nominations from ISRCAP members for our next President-Elect via the conference submission forms, and the form below. Voting will take place in the spring of 2023, and the new President-Elect will be welcomed at our 2023 Conference.  

PRESIDENT-ELECT NOMINATION: https://forms.gle/2FCVb6xw2PZhYd3R6



ISRCAP is committed to increasing the diversity of our membership and participation of scholars from a variety of backgrounds, particularly those who have traditionally been under-represented in this field. For this reason, ISRCAP is excited to offer a limited number of travel scholarships to students and faculty scholars who self-identify as being from under-represented backgrounds, by virtue of individual characteristics, country of residence, or discipline. Applications for scholarships can be found on our website, and will require a letter of support from a current ISRCAP member. All students/trainees are welcome to apply, as well as anyone regardless of status in the field who identifies as from an under-represented group or country.

Though our resources are limited, we particularly hope to make it possible for people of limited means to participate in this important, long-awaited event. To this end, members may choose to donate below via PayPal towards funding additional travel scholarships. Donations may also be made directly through our PayPal if you would like to choose an amount not listed below, and you can email us at ISRCAP@gmail.com for more information.


Registration for our 2023 Conference is now open! Please complete the Google Form below and submit your payment via PayPal (includes debit or credit card payments) or Check.

REGISTRATION FORM: https://forms.gle/8Ha6zg9Qon1s6gmR8

Please note the pricing options by membership and early-bird status. Early-bird prices will apply from now until May 1st (received or postmarked). Regular pricing in effect from May 2nd-June 14th. Finally, any payments between June 15th and 21st will be on-site. Please email ISRCAP@gmail.com for more information. 

Early Bird: $350 Member; $450 Non-Member, $200 Student/Trainee

Regular: $375 Member; $475 Non-Member; $225 Student/Trainee

On-Site: $400 Member; $500 Non-Member; $250 Student/Trainee

Guest: $100