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8th Annual Triangle SfN Neuroscience Meeting
April 21st, 9-5pm
Registration is now OPEN!
Poster Abstracts Submitted at Registration
Keynote Presentation by Dr. Danielle Dick
Dr. Danielle Dick is a Greg Brown Endowed Chair in Neuroscience at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry, and she is the Director of the Rutgers Addiction Research Center. Previously, she was the Founding Director for the Center for Research on Behavioral and Emotional Health at Virginia Commonwealth University and of Spit for Science. She received her PhD in Psychology in 2001 at Indiana University and did her postdoctoral fellowship in genetics also at Indiana University (2003). She has received many awards, including the Fuller Scott Award for Outstanding Young Investigator (2006) from Behavior Genetics Association, Young Investigator Award (2010) from Research Society on Alcoholism, Theodore Reich Young Investigator Award (2012) from the World Congress on Psychiatric Genetics, and the Award for Outstanding Contribution to Recovery Research in an Education Setting (2018) Association of Recovery Schools. Dr. Dick’s research focuses on how genetic and environmental influences contribute to the development of substance use and related behaviors, focusing on child behavioral and emotional challenges, with the aim of developing prevention and intervention strategies. Dr. Dick integrates developmental and clinical psychology, behavioral genetics, statistical genetics and behavioral/emotional regulation.
Dr. Dick Rutgers website
Sponsors of the 2023 Meeting
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