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Vallon Pharmaceuticals Presents Positive Data from Pilot Intranasal Human Abuse Study of Its Investigational Abuse Deterrent Stimulant, ADAIR, at the American Professional Society of ADHD and Related Disorders (APSARD) Annual Meeting

Vallon Pharmaceuticals Presents Positive Data from Pilot Intranasal Human Abuse Study of Its Investigational Abuse Deterrent Stimulant, ADAIR, at the American Professional Society of ADHD and Related Disorders (APSARD) Annual Meeting – According to reports from the US Department of Health and Human Services, more than 5 million Americans misuse or abuse prescription stimulants annually – ADAIR […]

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APSARD 2020 Annual Meeting Poster- Neuropsychological Assessment Discriminates ADHD-I from SCT by Parent Report

  The annual meeting of APSARD is an opportunity to bring experts together to share knowledge and build collaborative relationships for improving research and clinical practice. In a poster, “Neuropsychological Assessment Discriminates ADHD-I from SCT by Parent Report”, Beth Krone, PhD, Anne Claude Bedard, PhD,  Kurt Schulz, PhD, Iliyan Ivanov, MD, Jeffrey Newcorn, MD, and […]

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APSARD 2020 Mentorship Initiative

The annual meeting of APSARD is an opportunity to bring experts together to share knowledge and build collaborative relationships for improving research and clinical practice. This year, the leadership of APSARD joined together to provide an unprecedented mentoring opportunity for young clinical investigators in the first APSARD Mentorship Awards Day. Ten outstanding junior clinician-researchers were […]

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Bullying, Aggression and ADHD

Conference Posters: Don’t miss the poster sessions at the 2020 Annual Meeting of APSARD. Hear new voices and see new research! Bullying, Aggression and ADHD Jessica Simmons, M.A. Kevin Antshel, Ph.D. Department of Psychology ADHD Lifespan Treatment, Education and Research (ALTER) program Syracuse University   Bullying is a repetitive aggressive behavior that occurs in an […]

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APSARD 2020 Annual Meeting- Role of Neuropsychological Assessment in ADHD

  Role of Neuropsychological Assessment in ADHD Kevin Antshel, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology Director of Clinical Psychology doctoral program ADHD Lifespan Treatment, Education and Research (ALTER) program Syracuse University   The role of neuropsychology in the assessment of ADHD is a controversial topic and one that generates considerable discourse on both sides of the argument. […]

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APSARD 2020 Annual Meeting- The Changing Legal Climate of Marijuana use in its Impact for our Patients With ADHD

  The annual meeting of APSARD is an opportunity to bring experts together to share knowledge and build collaborative relationships for improving research and clinical practice. In the symposium, “The Changing Legal Climate of Marijuana use in its Impact for our Patients With ADHD”,  Dr. Weerts, Dr. Hill, Dr. Riggs, and Dr. Wang will discuss […]

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APSARD 2020 Annual Meeting- Sleep Challenges in ADHD

The annual meeting of APSARD is an opportunity to bring experts together to share knowledge and build collaborative relationships for improving research and clinical practice. In the symposium, “Sleep Challenges in Adhd”, Dr. Stein, Dr. Sciberras, Dr. Weiss, Dr. Becker, and Dr. Surman will discuss sleep research, and clinical perspectives with potential algorithms for addressing […]

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APSARD 2020 Annual Meeting- ADHD and Autism: New Insights on Their Relationship

The annual meeting of APSARD is an opportunity to bring experts together to share knowledge and build collaborative relationships for improving research and clinical practice. In the symposium, “Adhd and Autism: New Insights on Their Relationship”, Dr. Steven Pliszka will lead discussants Dr. Rommelse, Dr. Yerys, Dr. Harden in a review of recent work regarding […]

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APSARD 2020 Annual Meeting- Are Differences in Long-Acting Stimulant Formulations Clinically Meaningful?

The annual meeting of APSARD is an opportunity to bring experts together to share knowledge and build collaborative relationships for improving research and clinical practice. In the symposium, “Are Differences in Long-Acting Stimulant Formulations Clinically Meaningful?,” Dr. Andrew Babiskin, Dr. Thomas Spencer, Dr. Roberto Gomeni, and Dr. Ann Childress will discuss the newest findings regarding […]

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