Research Poster Deadline is this Monday, May 18th!

Every year we invite the world’s leading researchers on OCD and related disorders to submit proposals to present their researchposters during the Researcher Meet & Greet at the Annual OCD Conference, which will take place on the evening of Saturday, August 1, 2015. Posters are also displayed throughout the Conference weekend.

Posters will be accepted from senior, licensed researchers as well as research trainees and students. For ALL poster submissions, at least one author must be present at the OCD Conference to represent the poster and answer questions at the Researcher Meet & Greet event.

Remember that we also have Outstanding Poster Awards for IOCDF Student/Trainee Members, offering a $1,000 travel award or free conference registration to winners.
Forward this email to students and trainees who may be interested, and don’t forget to tell them sign up for the IOCDF Student/Trainee Membership  in order to be eligible.
The deadline for submitting a research poster is this MONDAY, MAY 18, 2015 at 5pm ET. If you have any questions at all, feel free to email us at conference@iocdf.org, or call us at 617-973-5801.

Conference Registration Now Open

We are so excited about this year’s conference in Boston: This is our 22nd Annual OCD Conference and will feature more than 100 presentations, workshops, and seminars, as well as 36 evening activities and support groups. Our presenters include some of the most experienced and knowledgeable clinicians and researchers in the field, as well as individuals with OCD and family members sharing their personal stories.

Some highlights of 2015 OCD Conference program include: 
  • The return of our popular presentation track for Young Adults (under 30) discussing issues such as navigating college, career, and social lives with OCD and related disorders.
  • The 3rd Annual Hoarding Meeting, including a 2-day presentation track dedicated to hoarding disorder information, treatment, and research; a pre-conference professional training session on community responses to hoarding disorder; as well as support groups for those with hoarding and their loved ones.
  • Specialty Presentation Sessions: the return of the Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) SessionPANDAS/PANS Session, and the new Perfectionism Session. All three Sessions have talks for therapists, researchers, and families.
  • Many special Evening Activities (including the NEW “Louder than OCD” Cabaret, the return of the OCD Pub Trivia Ice-Breaker, and many more!)
  • Plus, other great offerings for everyone in the OCD community, including programs for kids and teensparents and families, therapists, researchers, other professionals, students, and many more.

To learn more about this year’s schedule and program offerings and to REGISTER, please visit www.ocd2015.org.

Researchers
We are still accepting research poster submissions for this year’s conference. Click here to learn more.

Volunteering at the OCD Conference

We are now also accepting applications for volunteer opportunities at this year’s OCD Conference. Click here to learn more and/or to apply online. Note: All volunteers receive a complimentary Conference registration as a thank you!

If you have any questions at all, you can reach us by phone at 617-973-5801 or by email at conference@iocdf.org. Thank you!

Conference Registration Now Open

We are so excited about this year’s conference in Boston: This is our 22nd Annual OCD Conference and will feature more than 100 presentations, workshops, and seminars, as well as 36 evening activities and support groups. Our presenters include some of the most experienced and knowledgeable clinicians and researchers in the field, as well as individuals with OCD and family members sharing their personal stories.

Some highlights of 2015 OCD Conference program include: 
  • The return of our popular presentation track for Young Adults (under 30) discussing issues such as navigating college, career, and social lives with OCD and related disorders.
  • The 3rd Annual Hoarding Meeting, including a 2-day presentation track dedicated to hoarding disorder information, treatment, and research; a pre-conference professional training session on community responses to hoarding disorder; as well as support groups for those with hoarding and their loved ones.
  • Specialty Presentation Sessions: the return of the Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) SessionPANDAS/PANS Session, and the new Perfectionism Session. All three Sessions have talks for therapists, researchers, and families.
  • Many special Evening Activities (including the NEW “Louder than OCD” Cabaret, the return of the OCD Pub Trivia Ice-Breaker, and many more!)
  • Plus, other great offerings for everyone in the OCD community, including programs for kids and teensparents and families, therapists, researchers, other professionals, students, and many more.

To learn more about this year’s schedule and program offerings and to REGISTER, please visit www.ocd2015.org.

Researchers
We are still accepting research poster submissions for this year’s conference. Click here to learn more.

Volunteering at the OCD Conference

We are now also accepting applications for volunteer opportunities at this year’s OCD Conference. Click here to learn more and/or to apply online. Note: All volunteers receive a complimentary Conference registration as a thank you!

If you have any questions at all, you can reach us by phone at 617-973-5801 or by email at conference@iocdf.org. Thank you!