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CPDD Annual Meeting

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

Submission Deadlines


Awards for Excellence: February 3, 2020
Late-Breaking Research: April 17, 2020

The deadline to complete your CPDD Travel Award Application is Today at 5:00 PM CST. Apply now and join us in Hollywood, FL June 20-24 at The Diplomat Beach Resort.

Travel Award Applications are due Monday, January 13th. Apply now and join us at CPDD's 82nd Annual Scientific Meeting in Hollywood, FL.

Deadline is quickly approaching, do not miss out on the opportunity of receiving a travel award for our 2020 Scientific Meeting.

Travel Award Applications are due one week from today. Apply now and join us at CPDD's 82nd Annual Scientific Meeting in Hollywood, FL.

Join us in Hollywood, FL June 20-24 for CPDD's Annual Scientific Meeting. Apply for a Travel Award now. Deadline to apply is January 13.

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About The College

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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A key part of CPDD’s mission is to provide both policymakers and the media with accurate, science-based position statements on matters of drug policy. Insofar as the common goal of all drug policy is to reduce harm and relieve suffering, we believe that the science often speaks for itself, and when presented in a balanced and nuanced manner, can help point the way to effective and reasonable public policy and advocacy initiatives. Learn More