APS 2021: Poster Session 1

Poster Session 1 Presenters:

Navigating Today's Zoom Poster Session Breakout Rooms:

We will be utilizing Zoom Breakout rooms which will allow us to split the Zoom meeting to accommodate the many multiple separate sessions for each poster and presenter. When they are deployed by the meeting host, each breakout room will be titled with the name of the presenter and the beginning part of the name of the poster. You will need a desktop or mobile app (version 5.3.0 or higher) in order to utilize all the features of breakout rooms. If you run into problems selecting your rooms, click Ask for Help, it will notify the meeting host that you need assistance and they will be asked to join your breakout room.

You can leave the breakout room and either switch to a different room, return to the main meeting session or you can leave the meeting entirely from the breakout room.

  • Presenters: When the pop-up screen deploys signaling the opening of the breakout rooms, please make your way to your own named breakout room promptly. You will need to self-select the room with your name. Once there, please share your PowerPoint slide using the “Share Screen” option.
  • Attendees: You will be allowed to self-select any breakout rooms you find appealing. The breakout rooms will be listed by presenter name. You can visit as many rooms as you choose in the time allotted.
  • All: at 2 minutes before the end of the session a countdown timer will alert you that the poster session is coming to an end and the rooms will be closing.

Link to APS 2021 Main Page

Link to Oral Presentations Page

Link to Poster Session II Page


Ryan Ahmed Connectivity affecting the antidepressant response in late life depression (the CAARE study)
6 Seth Christman The effects of accelerated brain aging on the antidepressant response in late-life depression

Alexander Conley

EEG as a functional biomarker of nicotine activity: Evidence from a pilot study of adults with late-life depression

Tonnar Castellano

[18F]FEOBV PET imaging of the cholinergic neurotransmission system: An early biomarker of Alzheimer’s risk

Jennifer Connell

Advanced age is associated with catatonia in critical illness: Results from the delirium and catatonia prospective cohort investigation

Lily Valiulis

Conventional and quantitative electroencephalogram (EEG) features in hospitalized patients assessed for catatonia

Nathan Winters

Targeting diacylglycerol lipase to reduce alcohol consumption
12 Brandee Feola BNST and amygdala responses to unpredictable threat in children

Kristan Armstrong

Systematic review of the relationship of premorbid functioning and psychosocial outcomes in longitudinal studies of early psychosis

Suzanne Avery

Hippocampal network dysfunction in early psychosis: A 2-year longitudinal study

Anna Huang

Characterizing effects of age, sex, and psychosis symptoms on thalamocortical functional connectivity in youth

Alexandra Moussa-Tooks

Cerebellar structure across early and chronic stages of Illness in schizophrenia spectrum disorders and psychotic bipolar disorder

Ryan Cassidy

Brain states and the hypothalamus Generalized manifestations of hunger and anxiety produced by activation of lateral & paraventricular hypothalamic projections to the basal forebrain

Eric Strobl

Synthesized difference in differences

Elise Scott

Ethics education for psychiatry residents: Development of a discussion-based pilot curriculum

Lee Dockery

Implementation of hospital misuse protocol: A pilot study

Alex Bettis

Emotion regulation processes in adolescents following psychiatric hospitalization

Aaron Pachol

Relationship between perceived stress, reported anxiety, and elevated evening cortisol in youth with autism spectrum disorder

Jo Ellen Wilson

Pseudodelirium: Psychiatric conditions to consider on the differential for delirium