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We would like to congratulate the following teams for their outstanding posters (alphabetical order):

Biggs et al., Psychological Resilience Support Material for Service Members Working with Human Remains: The MA-STAR Pocket Card.

Breneman et al., Compounding Effects of Traumatic Brain Injury, Military Status, and Other Factors on Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index: A Meta-Analysis.

Dunbar et al., RECONsolidation of Traumatic memories to ResOLve Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (RECONTROL): Preliminary Results.

Guedes et al., Extracellular Vesicle Proteins and MicroRNAs as Biomarkers of Persistent PTSD Symptoms in Veterans with History of Mild TBI.

Howell et al., Dispositional Mindfulness Alters the Relationship Between Stressful Life Events on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Symptoms in Veterans with Gulf War Illness.

The 15th Annual Amygdala, Stress, and PTSD Conference is an excellent opportunity to present the results of your work to a unique, interested, and experienced audience. The organizers encourage you to submit abstracts of your research for presentation as a poster. There is no registration fee associated with poster submission. All presenters must register for the conference prior to submitting their abstracts. Recognition for top posters will be provided.

Poster abstracts must be received by 1700 EDT on March 24, 2021.

Individuals with accepted posters will be notified by March 31, 2021 and will be asked to provide their posters in PDF format and encouraged to submit an audio recording overview (5 minutes maximum) NLT April 12, 2021.

To submit a poster abstract please complete the Google Form HERE.

Accepted posters will be displayed on the Amygdala website along with the audio overviews. There will not be a live presentation this year. 

Please contact if you have any questions regarding posters and for general questions.