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2017 Meeting Information 2017-05-05T16:58:34+00:00

June 17-22, 2017: Hôtel Bonaventure, Montréal, Canada

 

CPDD 79th Annual Scientific Meeting (2017)

Please Click Here to download pdf of 2017 Meeting Program Book

2017 Meeting Abstracts (pdf coming soon)

The 79th Annual Scientific Meeting of The College on Problems of Drug Dependence App is now live. Download it for free to your iPhone, iPad, or Android by using this link to CrowdCompass CPDD 2017. You can also search for the CrowdCompass Directory app in the iTunes store or Play store. Once in the app, search the directory for “79th Annual Scientific Meeting...” (not CPDD). Once installed, you’ll have instant access to awesome features, like:
  • The full event schedule
  • Social sharing on Twitter, and LinkedIn
  • Detailed info about speakers and exhibitors
  • Notifications of important updates, special offers, and more
Go one step further and login with your personalized registration code to use advanced features like:
  • In-App instant messaging
  • Personalized schedule of the sessions you want to attend
  • Contact exchange with fellow attendees
  • Exportable notes regarding sessions, speakers and attendees
  • Custom appointments outside of the overall agenda with other attendees
To view an online comprehensive listing of the 2017 Program Schedule, CLICK HERE.
Altasciences Clinical Research
Quebec, Canada

Altasciences Clinical Research, encompasses Algorithme Pharma and Vince & Associates Clinical Research, making it one of the largest early phase clinical CROs in North America. With over 25 years’ experience, Altasciences provides clinical development services to biopharmaceutical companies worldwide, including study conduct, medical writing, biostatistics, data management and bioanalysis


Braeburn  Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Princeton, NJ

  Braeburn Pharmaceuticals is focused on longacting treatments in neurological and psychiatric disorders. Probuphine® (buprenorphine) implant for opioid dependence commercially available. Products in development include CAM2038, weekly and monthly subcutaneous injection of buprenorphine, in development for opioid addiction and pain; a risperidone six-month implant and a novel molecule, ATI-9242 for schizophrenia.


Elsevier
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

  Elsevier is the proud publisher of Drug and Alcohol Dependence. This journal is sponsored by the College on Problems of Drug Dependence. Elsevier is also the world’s leading multi-media publisher of health, scientific and technical information. We publish more than 20,000 products and services, including journals, books, electronic products and services, and databases and portals all serving the global scientific, technical and medical (STM) communities.


H. Kathleen Childress Designs 
Malvern, PA

  The Synapse© series of hand-created fine jewelry celebrates the dramatic beauty and organic appeal of neurons and brain structures. Appealing to the neuroscientist and all who appreciate art, science, and skilled craft, Synapse features necklaces, earrings, cuffs, rings, lapel pins, and more, crafted in sterling silver, 18kt gold, and wood, with natural gemstones. Designed by H. Kathleen Childress, Graduate Gemologist, and hand fabricated by Jasper Kegge, Dutch goldsmith.


Taylor & Francis Group
Philadelphia, PA

  Taylor & Francis is a leading publisher of addiction and substance abuse research. Please visit our booth to learn more about our latest products and services,  and to request free copies of journals appearing in our addiction portfolio and related areas. You can find all of our journals online at www.tandfonline.com


Tietronix Software
Houston, TX

  We are developing the Experimental Design Assistant, or XDA, under contract to NIDA to teach and support rigorous design of pre-clinical studies. XDA will also enable real-time support from experts in experimental design and statistics. We will demo the system to CPDD attendees and also recruit beta-test users and expert consultants to participate in the final phase of development.


Turning Point (Monash University)  
Fitzroy, Victoria

  The flyers advertise our Online Graduate Programs in Addictive Behaviors which are offered in partnership with Turning Point and Monash University, Melbourne. The courses are all online and thus suitable for students living overseas.  Turning Point is a national treatment, research and education center in Australia that provides leadership in the alcohol and drug, gambling and mental health sectors. It is part of Eastern Health (State health organization) and is affiliated with Monash University both non-profit organizations.


USDTL  
Des Plaines, IL

Specialty reference laboratory focusing exclusively on substance abuse toxicology in reservoir matrices such as umbilical cord, meconium, fingernail, and hair. We are the laboratory you want when you need cutting-edge testing with the longest window of detection. Working with the Department of Defense, child protection agencies, legal services, researchers, businesses, analytical/forensic laboratories, and more.

  •       Symposium/Workshop
 Submission:
 October
 17,
 2016
  •       CPDD
 Primm‐Singleton
 Travel
 Awards: 
December
 7,
 2016
  •       CPDD Abstract
 Submission:
 December
 9,
 2016
  •       CPDD
 Travel
 Awards
 for Early
 Career Investigators:
 December 7, 2016
  •       Holtzman Travel
 Award: December 7, 2016
  •       NIDA's Women & Sex/Gender Differences Travel Award:  December 15, 2016
  •       CPDD International Travel Awards  January 4, 2017
  •       Awards
 for
 Excellence
 Nominations:
 February
 1, 
2017
  •       Early Bird Registration:  April 3, 2017
  •       Late
 Breaking
 Research
 Submission:
 April
 14, 
2017
CPDD 79th Annual Scientific Meeting Registration Link - **Please note** you will need to go to ONSITE REGISTRATION to print your badge
  • Early Bird Registration Deadline:  April 3, 2017; Standard Rates will apply on and after April 4, 2017
    CPDD Registration Rates for 2017 Meeting
    Early Bird (By 4/3/17) Standard Rate (After 4/4/17)
    CPDD Member (Fellow/Regular/Associate) $500.00 $600.00
    Member-in-Training (MIT) $350.00 $400.00
    Non-Member $800.00 $1,000.00
    Non-Member with Pre Doctorial Student w/ID $500.00 $550.00
    Non-Member Post Doctoral Fellow $550.00 $650.00
    Developing Countries $400.00 $450.00
    Accompaning Social $250.00 $300.00
  • Please note that there is a $75.00 cancellation fee for registration refunds. All refunds will be processed as check refunds regardless of how payment was originally made.
  • This is a new system we are using this year. Some of you may have already used this new site to submit an abstract. You can now "Register for the CPDD 79th Annual Scientific Meeting" . Please note that this new online system accepts credit card payments. If you wish to pay by check, please download and print a copy of your invoice and mail it along with your payment by check to the CPDD Office:

College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) ATTN: Ellen Geller 3420 N. Broad Street, MRB Room 324 Philadelphia, PA 19140

  • If you are attending the ICRS Conference after the CPDD Conference - please visit http://icrs2017.org/ - ICRS Registration opens in February. Please send proof of ICRS registration to cpdd@frosch.com for discounted rates.
  • Once you complete your registration for the 2017 CPDD 79th Annual Scientific Meeting, you will be directed to the links below for Hotel Reservations:
    • The main conference hotel will be the Hôtel Bonaventure 

      (HOTEL BONAVENTURE: NO LONGER ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS. THIS HOTEL IS NOW FULL)

    • Additional hotel rooms are available at Le Centre Sheraton - Hotel Single or Double: $209.00(CAD); Club Single or Double: $269.00 (CAD)

For any conference registration questions please email cpdd@frosch.com or call 844-849-8159

2017 Late-Breaking Research Submission link  – NOW CLOSED 2017 Abstract Submission link  – NOW CLOSED Applications for Full Symposia, Mini Symposia, Workshops and Forums for the 79th Annual Scientific Meeting are no longer being accepted.  THE SUBMISSION LINK IS CLOSED.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED FOR THE BRUNCH WITH CHAMPIONS Please note that this was a two-step registration process.
  • In order for your registration to be completed, once you registered online, you must also email Kenzie Preston at kpreston@intra.nida.nih.gov to let her know you plan to attend.
  • You will receive an email confirmation from Kenzie Preston confirming that your registration to attend the Brunch with Champions is complete.
 

2017 Travel Award Applications –  There are 8 categories of travel awards available  this year, each with distinct deadlines and criteria.  You can only receive 1 award in a given year.

Activity Guide and Information for Montreal

One of North America’s most stylish and forward-thinking cities, but it's also the oldest – and there’s no better place to discover the city’s rich history than in its aptly named Old Montreal neighborhood. At the center of town within an easily walkable few blocks, with quaint cobblestone streets, lovely early architecture and fascinating historical sites blended with trendy shops, ultramodern art galleries and exceptional restaurants. A blend of French and English speaking locals enhance this city’s exciting international flavor, but the city really lures visitors with the 19th century architecture of Old Montréal and nearly 100 annual festivals including one of the world’s top jazz fests.
Montreal celebrates its 375th Anniversary in 2017.  CLICK HERE for 2017 activities.
CLICK HERE to download 2017 Official Program of Events
Once again this year, SAT and Quartier des spectacles will present a series of 13 free film screenings at Place de la Paix. Click here for more information.
Celebrations occur over two days. The big show is presented in the heart of the Quartier des spectacles on the evening of June 23, and the parade takes place the following afternoon. Click here for more information.
Annually in June - Discover the smells, tastes, sights, and sounds of the Caribbean! A Taste of the Caribbean presents a colorful program with concerts , steel pan music, carnival style costume parade, activities for kids, folk dancers, and of course, a tasting of culinary specialties from more than 20 Caribbean islands. Cultural presentations and craft vendors are also part of the event. Click here for more information
A mix of discoveries, encounters and surprises, all in unusual places such as old attics, gardens, crypts and castles! The festival caters to both renowned musicians and young artists who will enchant you with their interpretations of Baroque music from around the world. You may even be invited to participate in the interpretation of works. Click here for more information.
An event that for over 35 years has transformed the city into a gathering place for lovers of all music related to jazz: 1000 concerts at 15 indoor and some 10 outdoor venues. Click here for more information