APCS Sponsors Clinical Science Forum at APS 2024

APCS will sponsor a Clinical Science Forum to be held at the Association for Psychological Science 2024 conference. The forum will be the Thursday afternoon before the conference and will consist of two parts: (1) Rising Stars of Clinical Science and (2) Reports on Projects for the Future of Clinical Science. 

Rachel Bachrach HeadshotRachel Vaughn-Coaxum headshotCraig Rodriguez-Seijas headshot

The Rising Stars speakers include three recent APS rising stars awardees from clinical science: (in order of pictures, above) Rachel L. Bachrach, Rachel Vaughn-Coaxum, and Craig Rodriguez-Seijas.

In addition, in the second part of the forum, there will be a report from each of the current APCS-funded projects on improving clinical science training

We hope to see you in the afternoon of May 23rd at APS!


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