Child Depression Consortium
Child Depression Consortium:
This meeting, which was first started in the early 1980s, now meets approximately every two years in September. The meeting is devoted to research in childhood depression and related disorders including research on intervention and prevention approaches as well as research on the etiology and neurophysiology of these disorders. By tradition, the meeting concentrates on research work currently in progress and research topics which are timely and deserve more study. An informal program committee selects one or more main topic areas and solicits specific speakers. We also save space for several presentations unrelated to the main topic.
There are no fees. We do not provide honoraria or travel money for speakers or participants. Seating is generally limited to 100 and will be handled on a first come first serve basis. Registration is separate for the two back-to-back meetings, the Child Depression Consortium and the Developmental Affective Neuroscience Symposium.