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CPDD Annual Meeting

June 20 – 24, 2020
The Diplomat Beach Resort – Hollywood, Florida

Submission Deadlines

Symposia/Workshops/Forums:    October 15, 2019
Abstracts:    December 2, 2019
Primm-Singleton Travel Awards:    December 2, 2019
CPDD Early Career Travel Awards:    December 2, 2019
Holtzman & F.O.R.C.E. Travel Award:    December 9, 2019
CPDD International Travel Awards:    January 13, 2020
Awards for Excellence:    February 3, 2020
Late-Breaking Research:    April 17, 2020

Time is running out... Submissions for the CPDD 2020 Annual Meeting at the Diplomat Beach Resort in Hollywood, FL are due tomorrow. (Tuesday, Oct 15 at 5pm CST)

1/ Final version of our manuscript, Touchpoints - opportunities to predict and prevent opioid overdose now online @ Drug and Alcohol Dependence. [link to full text] @dlbernson @AlexanderWalley @liebschutz #VisualAbstract. More detailed insights follow.

Submissions are now open for Symposia, Forums and Workshops for CPDD 2020 being held at The Diplomat Beach Resort, June 20-24, 2020. #CPDD #CPDD20 Learn more at

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The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) is the oldest and largest organization in the US dedicated to advancing a scientific approach to substance use and addictive disorders. We actively promote basic scientific research in all aspects of substance abuse, and we facilitate the sharing of knowledge and new discoveries among scientists of diverse backgrounds, both nationally and internationally. Read More 

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