Call for Submissions
Research Symposia: There will be 2 research symposia, each consisting of 4 speakers. Oral presentations will be live, presented in a virtual format, with a moderator and opportunities for Q&A and discussion.
Who qualifies as a “junior faculty” member?:
A laboratory member/leader who has completed their post-graduate degree and/or clinical training within the past 8 years; may be a post-doctoral fellow or hold a faculty position no higher than the rank of Assistant Professor.
How do I submit a proposed talk for the Research Symposium?:
Email Dr. Alice Saperstein at Alice.Saperstein@nyspi.columbia.edu with the proposed topic of research, names of proposed presenter and senior author, institutional affiliation and position, contact information. Proposals are due Feb 5, 2021.
How do I submit a proposed poster for the Poster Session:
Poster submissions may be submitted via the Cognitive Remediation in Psychiatry website (see below). Submissions are due Feb 28, 2021.
Submitted abstracts should include a title, as well as names, highest academic degrees, academic position and affiliations of all authors. A corresponding author should be designated on the abstract, and a complete mailing address, e-mail address and FAX number should be included for this author. Abstracts should include a statement of a hypothesis, description of participants and procedures, and a brief description of results. While we will give priority to posters submitted by junior faculty and post docs, we urge all researchers to submit. If you have questions about poster submission guidelines you may contact Dr. Matthew Kurtz at email@example.com.
How do I submit a proposed tak for the Research Symposium?: Email Dr. Alice Saperstein at firstname.lastname@example.org with the proposed topic of research, names of proposed presenter and senour author, institutional affiliation and position, contact informatio. Proposals are due Feb. 5, 2021.