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InfoDon't forget that the deadline for abstract submission is 31st May 2014.

Welcome to SSBP 2014

The Society for the Study of Behavioural Phenotypes (SSBP) is pleased to announce that the 17th International Research Symposium and Educational Day will be held in wonderful New York. The Research Symposium will take place on Friday 10th to Sunday 12th October 2014. The Educational Day will be on Monday 13th October 2014.

This will be the third SSBP meeting in the USA. Previous meetings in the US were in Baltimore (1998) and Lake Tahoe (2007). The overarching theme for the 2014 meeting is ‘Developmental Trajectories in behavioural phenotypes produced by genetic disorders’. Behavioural phenotypes to be highlighted include: Autism Spectrum Disorders, Williams Syndrome, deletion 22q(VCFS), and Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome.

The keynote and invited speakers will represent a mix of internationally leading experts. The educational day will be particularly designed to provide expert updates on topics of direct clinical relevance.

SSBP 2014

Abstract submission opens:
1 April 2014

Abstract submission deadline:
31 May 2014

Earlybird registration deadline:
31 August 2014


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The SSBP 2014 Research Symposium will be held at New York University, College of Dentistry, New York City, USA (345 E. 24th Street, New York, NY 10010).
The Educational Day 2014 will be held at the NYU Kimmel Center (70 Washington Square S, New York, NY 10012).

SSBP 2014 postcard and poster

The SSBP 2014 postcard and poster are available as PDF files for download.
Postcard (1200dpi)
Poster (1200dpi)


The SSBP is extremely grateful to the following organisations for their sponsorship of SSBP 2014 in New York:

The Jérôme Lejeune Foundation

New York University, College of Dentistry

March of Dimes

Behavior Analysis-CUNY Graduate Center

Wolf Hirschhorn Syndrome Trust

Williams Syndrome Association

4p- Support Group