Save the date: Sept. 25 - 27, 2017
This year's theme is Precision Psychiatry for Depressions and Bipolar Illnesses
Carlos Zarate, MD - National Institute of Health
“Biomarkers of Ketamine Response in Mood Disorders.”
Thomas Schulze, MD – University of Munich
“Molecular Studies in Pharmaco-response and the Longitudinal Course of Psychiatric Illness: Scarcely Done, but Utterly Needed.”
Location: Sheraton Ann Arbor Hotel
3200 Boardwalk Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Use the button below to reserve your room using our preferred group rate!
Poster Submission Guidelines and Travel Awards
All conference attendees are invited to submit a poster related to depressions and bipolar illnesses, focusing on the theme of "Precision Psychiatry for Depressions and Bipolar Illnesses." There are three categories this year:
- Best poster focused on Basic Science
- Best poster focused on Clinical work
- Best poster reinforcing Task Group projects
In addition, all Emerging Scholars presenting a poster are eligible to compete for travel awards to offset the costs of attending the conference. Emerging Scholars include:
- Graduate students
- Post-doctoral fellows
- Junior faculty within 5 years of fellowship or post-graduate appointment
Poster abstracts and Travel Award Applications must be submitted by July 15 to be considered for review. Click the buttons below for complete details.
2016 NNDC Annual Conference
Mood Disorders: Innovations in Research and Collaboration
The 2016 Annual Conference was held September 12-14, in Denver, Colorado. Again, a big "Thank You!" to the speakers, presenters, facilitators, and volunteers for making this conference a fantastic event for all who attended.
For a recap, you can review the 2016 conference program here.
We hope these pictures will provide a sense of the energy and collaboration we experienced in Denver!
NNDC Board of Directors
Mrazek Lecture Spotlight
Keynote Speaker Spotlight
Jürgen Unützer, MD, MPH, MA
University of Washington
Professor/Chair, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences,
irector, Division of Integrated Care & Public Health,
Director, AIMS Center
"Achieving the Triple Aim: Can Collaborative Care Help Us Improve the Patient Experience, Improve Health Outcomes and Reduce Cost."