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The International Society for Bipolar Disorders is pleased to invite you to the ISBD Annual Meeting 20/20: Vision for Bipolar Disorder and Depression. The 22nd Annual Meeting will be held in Chicago, Illinois from June 18-21, 2020 at the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile.

Host Organization

The International Society for Bipolar Disorders was created in response to the need for further awareness, education, and research on this severe mental illness.

The Society is growing in membership with an elected board representing 15 countries and over 700 members representing nearly 60 countries.

ISBD is a major source for emerging research and clinical data on bipolar disorders and is the only bipolar-focused, research-oriented Society working to bring this data to patients, families, and mental health professionals working on the front lines of bipolar care.

The Society currently offers several educational programs, including the Samuel Gershon Awards for Junior Investigators for best original research manuscripts, online training opportunities for young clinicians, and a mentorship program. In addition to its work to support bipolar education among trainees, fellows and young investigators, the ISBD is also moving the field forward through the development of task forces in the areas of child and adolescent bipolar disorder, transcultural needs, staging, women’s health and bipolar disorder in older adults.

Reasons to Attend ISBD 2020

info exchange

World class platform for clinicians and scientists to present, discuss, and trade expertise in the most rapidly evolving area of psychiatry, mood disorders.

Workshops

An unique program featuring interactive pre-conference workshops, as well as early morning brainstorming sessions, keynote lectures from some of the leading experts in the field, a diverse array of parallel symposia arranged in tracks by topic, and integration of leading advocacy organizations.

experts

ISBD 2020 is the leading international mood disorders conference focusing on bipolar disorders, major depressive disorders and other common co-morbid psychiatric conditions.

Opportunity

Join other international scientists and clinicians to be a part of this unique opportunity to share cutting edge findings and network with distinguished experts in the field.

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Join Us June 18-21, 2020

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