13th Annual CADDRA ADHD Conference

Research Day

 October 27th 2017

ADHD Institute

 October 27th 2017

Conference

 October 28-29th 2017

Quebec City, QC

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

A Call for Abstracts for workshop and seminar sessions will open in early 2017. 

CONFERENCE PROGRAM RESEARCH DAY PROGRAM

Archive Photos

12th CADDRA Annual ADHD Conference, Ottawa, October 2016

ADHD Research Day Student/Trainee Travel Awards and CADDRA Prizes

Congratulations to the ten student/trainee travel awards winners listed below. Each was awarded $500, sponsored by NeuroDevNet.ca, to cover travel expenses to the 2016 Research Day in Ottawa. In addition, CADDRA sponsored two Best Poster awards for Student/Trainees of $125 cash and a one-year CADDRA membership.

2016 Neurodevnet Travel Award Winners

Weam Fageera, Douglas Mental Health University Institute and McGill University, Quebec: Using behavioral dynamic approaches to test for gene-by-gene interaction in modulating ADHD behaviors. 

Justine Ledochowski MA, York University, LaMarsh Centre for Child & Youth Research, ON: Examination of a Novel Unstructured Performance-Based Measure of Executive Function in Children with ADHD.

Kristen Hudec PhD, University of British Columbia, BC: Parent Qualities Contribute to Satisfaction and Outcomes in Parenting Groups for Social Problems in Children with ADHD.

Genevieve Mackenzie, University of Toronto, Ontario: The Role of Language Comprehension in the Relationship between Working Memory and Reading Comprehension among Youth with and without ADHD.

Darya Naumova BSc, McGill University, QC: Prenatal Stress and DRD4 Genotype: Exploring Gene-Environment Interaction in Children with ADHD.

Nellie Fotopoulos, Douglas Institute, QC: Anatomical neuroimaging of environmental risk factors in children with ADHD.

Arunima Roy, McGill University, QC: Predictors of adult functioning outcomes in individuals with and without childhood ADHD: results from the 16 year follow up of the MTA study.

Meisan Brown-Lum BPHE, University of British Columbia, BC: Microstructural Differences in White Matter Pathways Associated with Motor and Attention Functioning in Children 8-12 Years of Age.

Kayla Ten Eycke, University of Calgary, AB: Imaginative Drawing in Children with Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder.

Dominique Salh, UBC Vancouver Peer Relationships Lab, BC: The Positive Illusory Bias (PIB) and Adult-Child Relationship Quality.

CADDRA Best Poster Award Winners

Christina Gray, University of Calgary, AB: Drifting Thoughts: Mind Wandering and Resilience in Youth with ADHD. 

Lina Ianni MSc (cand.), McGill University, QC: Occupational Therapy for children with Attention Disorders: A Scoping Review. 

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