Growth spurts in ADHD research: Learning from our neighbours!
Dates: Thursday 3rd to Sunday 6th October 2013
Venue: Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic
The ADHD field is still growing and, in recent years, knowledge has accumulated fast. This has led from new insights into the causal mechanisms to potential changes in the new version of the DSM and new interventions. Even though progress has been made in these different domains, there are still several important outstanding questions to be dealt with. To address these questions and to gain original insights which might lead to new growth spurts in the field of ADHD, we believe that we, as the ADHD community, can learn from experts in neighbouring research areas. For this 23rd Eunethydis Network Meeting we have not just invited experts in ADHD but also several other renowned experts from adjacent research areas who will share their thoughts and insights with us.
This meeting is open to PhD students and post-docs, university and clinical staff as well as full members of Eunethydis.
Please join me in Prague for what I know will be an enjoyable and insightful meeting. I would like to thank the Scientific Programme Committee who have developed an excellent programme for us:
Samuele Cortese (Italy), Barbara Franke (NL), Hilde Geurts (NL), Martin Holtmann (Germany), Katya Rubia (UK) and, from the Junior Committee, Maddie Groom (UK) and Patrick de Zeeuw (NL).
I advise you to register early as delegate places are strictly limited to 150 places. Places will be allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. This is intended to be a small meeting to encourage discussion, debate and interaction with our peers. To register, please go to the registration page.
Thank you for your interest in this meeting. Details of the Eunethydis Conference in 2014 will follow shortly. If you have any queries or questions, please do not hesitate to contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Joseph A. Sergeant
Chairman – Eunethydis Network
Conference Committee: Samuele Cortese (Italy), Barbara Franke (NL), Hilde Geurts (NL), Martin Holtmann (Germany), Katya Rubia (UK)
Junior Committee: Maddie Groom (UK) and Patrick de Zeeuw (NL)