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Limited Research Colloquium Places Available Now

Application deadline: August 1

Building on the smashing success of the inaugural Research Colloquium last year, ACLP’s Research Subcommittee is expanding it to a full-day event for CLP 2024.

The Developing Scholarship and Research Colloquium will be held from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on the preconference day of the Annual Meeting in Miami in November.

The Wednesday, November 6, session is free to all attendees registered for the annual meeting—but places are limited and you need to apply.

The colloquium will particularly appeal to C-L psychiatrists interested in research or other evidenced-based scholarly work as part of their careers, whether on a modest scale or with the intent of becoming independent investigators.

It will be geared towards participants in the early stages of research career development and will welcome trainees through mid-level faculty. Ideal applicants will range from those just getting started in project development to those who are developing their first proposals for external funding.

The subcommittee aims to enlarge the cadre of C-L psychiatrists who possess the skills needed to take scientific investigations from initial ideas to completed projects.

Registered participants will have the opportunity to engage in one of three tailored tracks that best fits their career goals. Leaders in the field will engage participants in keynote addresses, interactive didactic sessions, and small-group workshops focused on career and project development.

Topics for each track will focus on career development, establishing effective mentorship, project development, and identifying resources.

Tracks still on offer are:

Primary Clinicians Engaged in Research OR Clinical and Educational Program Developers Track. Only the first 35 to register per track will be accepted. There is no cost to register. Registration will close when sessions are full and no later than August 1.

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Independent Investigator Track. Only six applicants will be accepted in a competitive selection process. Selected independent investigators will receive complimentary registration to both the colloquium and the annual meeting! But be quick—applications have been extended to August 1.


Maria Prom, MD and Zev Nakamura, MD
Maria Prom, MD and Zev Nakamura, MD

The Colloquium is organized by the Academy’s Research Subcommittee under the leadership of Maria Prom, MD, and Zev Nakamura, MD.

The Colloquium features NIH program director Peter Murray, PhD, and keynotes by two leading Academy members, Donald Rosenstein, MD, FACLP, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and Durga Roy, MD, FACLP, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Additional speakers in the stellar line-up include: Maria Prom, MD, Boston University School of Medicine; Zev Nakamura, MD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Jeffrey Staab, MD, MS, FACLP, Mayo Clinic; Daniel Shalev, MD, Weill Cornell Medicine; Adrienne Mishkin, MD, MPH, MBE, FACLP, FAPA, Columbia University; David Kroll, MD, FACLP, Mass General Brigham Health Care; and Margo Funk, MD, MA, FACLP, Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

Additionally, the Colloquium features four terrific Academy members who will serve as mentors: Jennifer Knight, MD, MS, FACLP, Medical College of Wisconsin; Erica Baller, MD, MS, University of Pennsylvania; Christina Shayevitz, MD, New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center; and Sheila Lahijani, MD, FACLP, Stanford University.

Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your research and program evaluation skills—register here before the tracks fill up or by August 1.



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