Poster Awards Program

 

ADAA offers annual poster awards at the Annual Conference in several categories.

ADAA is excited to announce the Poster Awards Program. There is no additional application process to be considered for this award. Winning and Honorable Mention Recipients are selected by the Conference Committee from all accepted poster submissions in four categories:

  • Best poster from an early career professional;

  • Best poster from a student, postdoc, or trainee;

  • Best poster on a topic related to diversity issue or an underrepresenting population;

  • Poster most related to the conference theme.

 

Submit Your Poster


ADAA Congratulates the following 2022 posters on their recognition:

Early Career Professional – Winner


Hippocampal Volume and Volume Asymmetry Prospectively Predict PTSD Symptom Emergence Among Iraq-Deployed Soldiers
Submitted by: Adam Cobb, PhD

 

Early Career Professional – Honorable Mention


Interactive Effects of Youth Social Functioning and Treatment Arm, Diagnosis, and Sex in the Prediction of Anxiety Treatment Outcome
Submitted by: Rebecca Etkin, PhD

 

Student – Winner


Reasons for Suicide Ideation Concealment: Role of Racial Minority Status as a Moderator
Submitted by: Alexis Mitelman

 

 

Student – Honorable Mention


The Role of Family and School Factors on Depressive Symptoms in Immigrant Households
Submitted by: Milena Demario, BA

 

 

Poster focused on Diversity Topics – Winner


Logistic Regression Model of Predictors of Suicidal Ideation among African Americans in the National Survey on Drug Use and Health
Submitted by: Areen Omary, PhD

 

 

Poster Focused on Diversity Topics – Honorable Mentions


Ventromedial prefrontal cortex resting-state functional connectivity is linked to extinction learning in urban youth with anxiety symptoms
Submitted by: Mariam Reda, BS


Lower subjective social status is associated with greater depression and PTSD symptoms in an urban sample of Black pregnant persons
Submitted by: Brandy Bernabe, BS

 

Poster Most Related to Conference Theme – Winner

Logistic Regression Model of Predictors of Suicidal Ideation among African Americans in the National Survey on Drug Use and Health
Submitted by: Areen Omary, PhD

Honorable Mention


Comparing Participant’s Self-Ratings to Data: Concurrent and Dynamic Network Analyses
Submitted by: Antonio Pagan, MA