Annual Meeting of the
International Society for Research on Impulsivity


The International Society for Research on Impulsivity (InSRI) will hold its 2019 Annual Meeting on Wednesday May 15th, 2019, as a one‐day satellite symposium to the Society of Biological Psychiatry at The Hilton Chicago, Chicago, IL.

This yearʹs theme “The Darkside of Impulsivity” will focus on: Highlighting preclinical and human research that examines features of impulsivity as they relate to disease progression, whether that be continued substance use disorders or chronic psychiatric/neurological illnesses. Also included will be impulsivity in the context of RDoC for psychiatric/substance use disorders, and as a transdiagnostic feature.

The objectives of the meeting are:

1. To bring together scientists from multiple disciplines (preclinical and clinical neuroscience, psychiatry,
    psychology, and computational modeling) working in the area of impulsivity, risky decision making and
    addictions to promote interdisciplinary dialog.
2. To involve trainees and junior faculty in the meeting and encourage their future participation in research
    on impulsivity, risky decision making and addictions.

Full Program to be announced shortly


$275 Member Meeting Registration & Regular Membership
$125 Trainee Meeting Registration & Student Membership
$400 Corporate Registration & Membership
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Lightning Talks:

In lieu of posters, this year we are soliciting submissions for participation in a Lightning Talk format presentation, a series of 10-15 minute bite‐sized bits of research. Please contact Dr. Noelle Anastasio ( for details.

Organizing committee:

F. Gerard Moeller M.D. ‐ Virginia Commonwealth University
Charles W. Mathias Ph.D. ‐ UT Health San Antonio
Marc N. Potenza M.D., Ph.D. ‐ Yale School of Medicine
Alan C. Swann M.D. ‐ Baylor College of Medicine
Catharine Winstanley Ph.D. ‐ University of British Columbia ‐ Vancouver
Albert Arias, M.D. – Virginia Commonwealth University
Noelle C. Anastasio Ph.D. – University of Texas Medical Branch