The 2021 IOCDF Research Symposium will take place as a virtual event!
This exclusive event for researchers will consist of a live, interactive program that includes a series of high-level talks and two live poster sessions. The symposium will take place via Zoom on Thursday, July 8th from 10:30am–4:45pm US Eastern Time (UTC-04:00). Limited recordings will be available after the event for registered attendees, but we strongly encourage participation in the live Q&A on the day of the symposium!
About the Symposium
The IOCDF Research Symposium is a “by researchers, for researchers” event organized by the International OCD Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping all those affected by OCD and related disorders. Since its founding in 1986, the IOCDF has worked to advance scientific research and treatment, and now offers a range of programming, including grants and an annual research symposium, to support researchers investigating OCD and related disorders.
The IOCDF Research Symposium is now in its sixth year of bringing top researchers together from around the world to present data and discuss the latest research on OCD, hoarding disorder, BDD, and other disorders. The symposium grew out of the NERS symposium originally created by Dr. Christopher Pittenger and co-sponsored by Yale University and the International OCD Foundation. Dr. Pittenger continues to co-chair the symposium alongside Dr. Emily Stern at NYU.
Who Should Attend
Researchers, trainees, and students are encouraged to attend!
Thanks to a generous sponsorship from the Rodan Family Foundation, we are able to offer reduced, low-cost registration for all students and trainees. Registration rates are:
Thank you to our generous sponsor: