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The Executive Committee is pleased to announce that the ISCTM 2015 Autumn Conference will be held 27 – 29 August 2015 in Amsterdam.
Agenda at a Glance:
Thursday 27 August 2015
PM – ISCTM Welcome Reception
Friday 28 August 2015
ISCTM – ECNP Joint Meeting on CNS Clinical Trials and Methodology
ISCTM Poster Session/Reception
Saturday 29 August 2015
ISCTM Scientific Session
The ISCTM Saturday meeting will adjourn early afternoon, prior to the start of the ECNP Conference.
Please mark your calendars and spread the word.
BPSD working group chaired by Larry Ereshefsky and David Miller is now forming. Please see ISCTM Working Group page for details. Core group for pre-meeting work is now being constituted (1/15/2015)
Suicidal Ideation and Behavior working group chaired by Michelle Stewart, Phillip Chappell and Larry Alphs is reconstituting with a new objective. They will be meeting via telecon December thru February, with a F2F in February. Goal is to determine whether there are enough areas to warrant convening an ISCTM Consensus Group. DETAILS (scroll down to bottom of page) If you wish to join the working group please contact the Secretariat.
Identifying/Reducing the Effects of Non-Adherence in Clinical Trials chaired by Thomas Shiovitz and Earle Bain successfully convened first working group at the 2014 Autumn Conference in Boston. Their work was featured in a recent issue of Science. The group is currently working on a white paper, will meet at the February 2015 meeting, and are submitting a proposal for a full session at the DC 2016 meeting.
Many of the working groups will be meeting at the 11th Annual Scientific Meeting. For details on those that will be meet in February visit: DC 2015 WORKING GROUPS. For details on all active working groups you may visit: ISCTM WORKING GROUPS.
If you would like to propose a working group, please contact the Secretariat for submission information.