ADAA 2019 Board Applications
Attn ADAA Members! This is Your Opportunity to Help Lead ADAA into the Future
All Nominations Due by Midnight, March 5, 2019
The Board of Directors, the governing body of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), is a volunteer group of members who are clinicians, researchers, and others with a commitment to advancing treatment, research, training, and education about anxiety disorders and depression. The ADAA Board of Directors provides governance and strategic direction to the overall organization. Board members reflect the highest standards of conduct and contribute their skills and resources to advance the mission of ADAA.
The ADAA Board has two open seats and will be selecting two candidates to join the Board as of April 15, 2019. Per ADAA's Board bylaws, the nominating committee is comprised of three current Board members and two ADAA members who are not serving on the Board. Nominees must be ADAA professional members in good standing.
The ideal candidate is someone who considers ADAA his or her professional home; embraces the concept of a multidisciplinary organization involving clinicians and researchers from different disciplines; actively recruits new members; promotes, presents, and attends the annual conference; and thinks strategically about the organization's growth and development. Preference will be given to candidates who are either masters level, clinicians, or experts in depression.
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Meet the February 2019 Featured Lab: Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Rush University Medical Center
ADAA member and past President Mark Pollack, MD is the Grainger Professor and Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Rush University Medical Center. One area of major research focus in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Rush University Medical Center is the exploration of etiologic factors, impact and treatment of trauma. The Road Home Program and the Center for Veterans and their Families at Rush examines novel treatments for PTSD that aim to improve therapeutic outcomes. Investigators in the Section of Population Behavioral Health work to study and prevent sexual exploitation and its consequences for homeless racial/ethnic and sexual minority youth. Learn more about this month's featured lab.
ADAA is proud to showcase the cutting-edge research conducted by our members. If you are interested in featuring your research lab, please download the flyer here. or contact Astrid Masfar: email@example.com.
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