A Record of Past SSBP Conference Programmes
As a final year PhD student, attending the SSBP conference in Melbourne was a fantastic opportunity not only to present the findings of my research, but also to learn about the work of fellow researchers in the field. Through meeting other researchers, the conference has provided an avenue to further my career opportunities at a pivotal point.
The interdisciplinary nature of the conference gave a valuable insight into how the various disciplines complement each other to provide a comprehensive picture of behavioural phenotypes.
Being awarded the Les and Robbie Fountain bursary greatly assisted with travel costs allowing me to attend.
SSBP Student Bursary holder 2018
Our conference programme books contain information about the SSBP along with the abstracts for both oral and poster presentations and a collection of syndrome sheets giving up-to-date information written by experts in the field.
Back to Basics in Behavioural Phenotypes: Insights from developing a detailed understanding of behaviour
4 – 6 September 2019
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Advancing the knowledge and translation of phenotypic understanding towards better outcomes for individuals with neuro-developmental disability.
28 – 30 August 2018
Genetic Disorders and Neurobehavioural Phenotypes
14-16 September 2017
Leiden, the Netherlands
Early/late-life adversities and behavioural phenotypes: insight into metabolomics, genomics and connectomics
9-11 September 2016
Behavioural Phenotypes from bench to bedside:
translation of basic science to clinical practice
3-5 September 2015
London, United Kingdom
Developmental Trajectories of Behavioural Phenotypes
10-13 October 2014
New York, USA
The Fundamentals of Behavioural Phenotypes
12-14 September 2013
Stellenbosch, South Africa
Social Phenotypes in Genetic Disorders
11-13 October 2012
Translating Genetics to Phenotype: Implications for Management
5-7 October 2011
Neurobehavioural Variability in Genetic Disorders
23-25 October 2010
Listening to Genetic Disorders: From Molecules to Management
14-16 October 2009
Cambridge, United Kingdom