Countdown to the Abstract Submission Deadline for ISDP 2019 in Chicago:
The International Society for Developmental Psychobiology (ISDP) is an international non-profit organization which encourages research on the development of behavior in all organisms including man, with special attention to the effects of biological factors operating at any level of organization. The society holds annual meetings to facilitate communication of research results and theory in the area of Developmental Psychobiology. The ISDP strongly supports and encourages young scientists with travel awards, networking and meeting events designed specifically for the students.
Please note that all articles are open access. The guest editors for this special issue, Drs. Dima Amso and Mark Blumberg, have put together a terrific selection of papers to celebrate this occasion.
The ISDP Executive Board are attempting to raise funds to cover increased student travel for the upcoming meeting in Chicago as well as future Annual Meetings. We’d like to reach out to companies that have or may be interested in sending representatives to the meeting, exhibiting or sponsoring various aspects of the meeting.
The Garrison Lab at Seattle Children’s Research Institute is pleased to announce a call for applications for postdoctoral research training for those seeking to develop a career in sleep or media use research in children, adolescents, and families.
The Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) seeks participants for its 2019 Scholar Development Program (SDP). This program aims to bolster opportunities for both research funding and professional leadership among early- to mid-career Black/African American faculty. The program provides a set of targeted mentoring activities addressing academic leadership and NIH research funding
The Stress Neurobiology and Prevention (SNAP) lab, directed by Dr. Philip Fisher, housed within the Center for Translational Neuroscience at the University of Oregon, is searching for a Postdoctoral Scholar with expertise in infancy, parenting, early adversity and/or early childhood education. We are particularly interested in candidates who want to gain experience in conducting and evaluating randomized controlled trials of parenting interventions. Feel free to contact me directly with questions ([email protected]).
Advances and New Approaches to the Study of Stress, Early Experiences, and Developmental (SEED) Science. This is an open call for submissions for a special issue on “Advances and New Approaches to the Study of Stress, Early Experiences, and Developmental (SEED) Science” in Developmental Psychobiology. This special issue will be co-edited by Dr. Sarah Watamura and Dr. Erika Manczak.
The Abstracts from the 51st Annual Meeting have been published in Developmental Psychobiology! Free open access is available, please click here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/dev.21793
ISDP will provide numerous travel awards this year to assist Student and Postdoc members with the cost of attending ISDP 2019 in Chicago! The Travel Awards are meant to help defray the costs of attending the meeting but will not likely cover all the costs. Students and postdoctoral fellows who wish to be considered for a Travel Award are required to check the appropriate box when they submit their abstract via the ISDP webpage. Students and postdoctoral fellows must be members of ISDP to be eligible. For more information, please visit ISDP Awards.
Sponsors & Exhibitors
Thank you to all of our sponsors, who have generously supported ISDP Student & Postdoc Member Travel Awards as well as selected Symposium Speaker’s travel. Funding for these awards was generously provided by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, John Wiley and Sons Publishing, the Columbia University in the City, and the Nurture Science Project at Columbia University, Philips Neuro and Salimetrics. Thanks to all our Exhibitors and Sponsors: