Submissions information

Late-Breaking Data

We are offering the opportunity to submit a poster abstract with late breaking data.

Late breaking data should highlight highly relevant data and results that were not available at the time of the general submission deadline. These abstracts must be data-based with actual results and not state “data will be presented”. The data in the abstract must not be published (manuscript or abstract) prior to the conference.

The deadline to submit a late-breaking data poster is 3 July 2018.
Notifications of acceptance will be emailed around 12 July.

Submission Process

Log in to your IEPA Conference Account to make your submission.

  1. If you attended IEPA in the past (or submitted an earlier abstract), your conference account is still active. IEPA Conference Accounts are NOT CONNECTED to your IEPA Membership number. If you have NEVER attended IEPA, please Create a Conference Account.
  2. Verify your account profile.We use your account profile for registration, printing and program details. Please make sure your contact information is current for the 2018 conference.
  3. Make your submission. Follow the instructions within your account to submit a Symposium, Oral or Poster abstract. You may update, modify, change or cancel your abstract within your account at any time until the abstract deadline.

IEPA 11 Theme

The theme for IEPA 11 is to “Prevention & Early Intervention: Broadening the Scope”. The 2018 Program Committee is dedicated to broadening the scope of the conference. New themes have been added to the list of acceptable topics and the committee encourages new material at the conference.

Primary Themes: Secondary Themes:
Basic Neuroscience
Diagnosis and Phenomenology
Electrophysiology
Epidemiology
Ethical Issues
Genetics
Neurocognition
Neuroimaging
Psychopharmacology
Psychosocial Interventions
Public Policy
Service System Development and Reform
Stress Responsivity
Substance Use
Translational Research
Anxiety Disorders
Comorbid Conditions
Eating Disorders
First Episode Psychosis
Mood Disorders
Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Personality Disorders
Psychosis NOS
PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
Transdiagnostic Approaches
Trauma
Ultra High Risk/Prodromal Research
Other

*The Program Committee has the right to change the program schedule without notice.