Notice of cancellation must be received in writing by March 4, 2013. A $75 administrative fee will be charged for all refunds. Cancellations will not be accepted after the date above for any reason, including medical and travel complications, due to the many costs associated with planning and organizing the conference. All refunds will be issued after the conference ends.
The ADAA Awards Program recognizes member participation and commitment to the association and to the community.
This award recognizes a mid-career clinician or researcher who advances the mission of ADAA through significant service and commitment to the organization and its membership.
To honor the memory and lifework of Jerilyn Ross, cofounder of the Anxiety Disorders Association of America and president from 1985 to 2010, this award acknowledges a professional who exemplifies excellence and outstanding advocacy for patient education and care, training, and research.
David Barlow, PhD
This award acknowledges ADAA members who fulfill the public education and outreach mission of the association by serving the community with a novel, innovative project that expands the delivery of information or clinical services.
This award recognizes midcareer clinicians and researchers who advance the mission of ADAA through significant service and commitment to the organization and its membership.
Congratulations to the award winners:
Kimberly Morrow, LCSW
Congratulations to all new research poster winners.
Congratulations to the winners for the best original research paper on neurobiology, psychopharmacology, psychosocial treatments, or experimental psychopathology of anxiety disorders and depression.
This award is supported by the official ADAA journal, Depression and Anxiety, published by Wiley-Blackwell.
Phillip Johnson, PhD
Indiana University School of Medicine
Orexin 1 and 2 Receptor Involvement in CO2-Induced Panic-Associated Behaviors and Autonomic Responses
What's complicated about grief? Listen here, and find out how it differs from bereavement and how it's treated.
Katherine Shear, MD
Marion E. Kenworthy Professor of Psychiatry
Columbia University School of Social Work
and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Director, Complicated Grief Research and Training Program
Director, Complicated Grief Treatment Program, New York State Psychiatric Institute
Director, Bereavement and Grief Program, Columbia University School of Social Work
Dr. Shear describes complicated grief, how it differs from bereavement, and how it's treated.
Watch Treating Anxiety Disorders, a six-part educational video series created to train master's-level clinicians.