ISCTM Meeting Archives
Public Access – In order to serve the field at large during this time of unusual and trying circumstances, the ISCTM has made the following recent webinars available to the public.
Innovative Technologies Workgroup held an ad hoc call on 3 April to discuss adapting trials for remote assessment in light of the impact of COVID-19 on clinical trials and subsequent increased interest in remote assessments. The meeting was attended by visitors from the FDA Office of Medical Policy, Division of Clinical Outcome Assessments, and Division of Psychiatry who participated in the discussion. During the course of the 3 April discussion, many questions were raised, and the FDA participants agreed to address those questions on a second call held Friday 17 April.
On Friday 15 May a third discussion was held with regulatory panelists from the EMA and EU network as well as FDA to focus on European regulatory perspectives. Differences between EU and US regulatory considerations were noted.
Session proposals are now being accepted for the February 2021 meeting in Washington DC and the 2021 Autumn Conference includes Joint Day with ECNP in Lisbon, Portugal.
14 July 2020 – Poster Submission: 2020 Autumn Conference
21-25 September – 2020 Autumn Conference
15 November – New Investigator Award Submissions Due
17-19 February – 2021 – 17th Annual Scientific Meeting
The Grand Hyatt, Washington DC
19-20 February 2020 – ISCTM/ASCP Advanced CNS Clinical Trials Course
30 September – 2 October – 2021 Autumn Conference
Includes joint day with ECNP
The Pestana Palace, Lisbon, Portugal
The Lewis A. Opler Prize, established in memory of the late Dr. Lewis Alan Opler, will be given annually to recognize individuals who have made important advances in measurement that will help accelerate the development of new treatments or cures for CNS disorders. Focusing on novel developments and contributions to assessment, awardees will be invited to present their work to members and participants at ISCTM.
15 September 2020 Recommendation Deadline: Recommendations for suitable candidates may be sent to the attention of the award committee: Submit Opler Prize Recommendation. Recommenders should include contact information for the candidate and a copy of their most recent CV.
Finalists will be asked to submit relevant publications and presentation materials for review along with the names of at least two references. The winner will receive funds to support travel and attendance to ISCTM. Read More
A new, brief, intensive, interactive program
for mid-career CNS clinical researchers
who wish to expand and refine their trial design expertise
19-20 February 2021 – Washington DC
During this 1.75-day interactive course, approximately 40 selected students will work closely with CNS trial design and methods experts who represent both academia and industry. A limited number of travel awards will be available.
Application period: 15 April-1 November