2017 Sessions

2017 APSARD Plenary Sessions

New Perspectives on Neurobiology of ADHD 

Chair Jeffrey Newcorn
Mount Sinai Medical Center
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Neurodiversity in Adult ADHD John Gabrieli
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Biography
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Neuroimaging of ADHD: Disorder-Specificity and Translation Into Neurotherapy Katya Rubia
King’s College London
Biography
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Clinical and Epidemiological Studies of ADHD Across the Life Span: Does Age of Onset Matter?

Chair Stephen Faraone
SUNY Upstate Medical University
Biography
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ADHD From Childhood Through Adulthood: Perspectives From a Population-Based Longitudinal Study William Barbaresi
Children’s Hospital, Boston
Biography
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Sailing in Troubled Waters: New Findings on ADHD Adolescent and Young Adult-Onset Trajectories and Their Childhood Predictors Luis Rohde
Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
Biography
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ADHD and Autistic Spectrum Disorder. What Are the Relationships? 

Chair Gagan Joshi
Harvard Medical School
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 Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorders: Two Manifestations of One Overarching Disorder? Jan Buitelaar
Radboud Universiteit
Biography
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Role of Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors (mGluRs) in the Etiology and Treatment of ADHD and Autism  Hakon Hakonarson
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
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Understanding and Assessing Executive Function vs. Core Symptoms in Adult ADHD

Chair and Presenter, Title TBD Lenard Adler
NYU School of Medicine
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The World Health Organization Adult ADHD Self- Reporting Screening Scale (ASRS) for DSM-5 Ronald Kessler
Harvard University
Biography
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Genetic and Environmental Factors

Chair Tanya Froehlich
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Biography
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 ADHD and the Environment: Scientific Rationale and the Issue of Causality  Joel Nigg
Oregon Health & Science University
Biography
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The Biology of ADHD: From Basic Science to Application in the Clinic Barbara Franke
Radboud Universiteit
Biography
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2017  Symposia and Workshop Sessions

Are Subsyndromal Manifestations of Disorders Meaningful?

Chair and Presenter, Can Subsyndromal Manifestations of Major Depression be Identified in Children at Risk? Joseph Biederman
Massachusetts General Hospital
Biography
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The Consequences of Impaired but Undiagnosed William Copeland
Duke University
Subthreshold Psychosis Symptoms in the Philadelphia Neurodevelopmental Cohort Raquel Gur
University of Pennsylvania
Biography
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Similar Familial Underpinnings for Full and Subsyndromal Pediatric Bipolar Disorder: A Familial Risk Analysis Stephen Faraone
SUNY Upstate
Biography
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Current Issues and Mandates in Preschool ADHD

Chair and Presenter, Clinical Differentiation of Preschool ADHD and Typical Development: Challenges and Controversies Scott Kollins
Duke University
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Clinical Trials in Pre-School ADHD a Regulatory Perspective Graciela Gonzalez
FDA
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Longitudinal Trajectories of Preschool Children at Risk for ADHD: Factors Associated With Variability of Outcomes Jeff Halperin
Queens College/CUNY
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ADHD in College Students

Chair and Presenter, ADHD Malingering in College Students Kevin Antshel
Syracuse University
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Longitudinal Course of ADHD in College Students Arthur Anastopoulos
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Biography
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Stimulant Diversion Among College Students with ADHD and the Primary Care-Provider Relationship Brooke Molina
University of Pittsburgh
Biography
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Academic Accommodations, ADHD and the ADA Larry Lewandowski
Syracuse University
Biography
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A Mindfulness Intervention for ADHD in Adulthood Workshop

Workshop Participant John Mitchell
Duke University Medical Center
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A Data-Driven Approach to Understanding ADHD in Females Across the Lifespan

 Chair Kathleen Nadeau
Chesapeake ADHD Center of Maryland
Biography
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Eating Pathology Among Adolescent and Emerging Adult Women With ADHD Amori Mikami
University of British Columbia
Biography
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Sexual Dimorphism in the Neurobehavioral Development of ADHD Mark Mahone
Kennedy Krieger Institute
Biography
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Executive Dysfunction at Menopause: Behavioral and Imaging Correlates Neill Epperson
Perelman School of Medicine
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 Discussant Joseph Biederman
Massachusetts General Hospital
Biography
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Stimulant and Non-Stimulant Treatment of ADHD and Related Disorders

Chair and Presenter, How Do We Best Treat Individuals with ADHD and Substance Use Disorders? Frances Levin
Columbia University Medical Center
Biography
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Stimulants or Nonstimulants for ADHD: Comparative Effectiveness, Differential Response and Algorithm Development Jeffrey Newcorn
Mount Sinai Medical Center
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ADHD, Stimulants and Tics: Much Benefit, But How Much Risk? Barbara Coffey
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Biography
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Are There Different Effects of Stimulant and Non-Stimulants on Aggression in Patients with ADHD? Steven Pliszka
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
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