Program Resources

View information and resources for current and past Colloquium participants and mentors.

Events and Deadlines


Mentees' photos due for Program materials


Mentors' NIH-Style biographical sketches due


Mentees' slides due for oral presentations


Speakers' slides due

Frequently Asked Questions

When will I get my stipend? Do I need my receipts from purchases or booking my flight and hotel?

U.S. and Canadian awardees receive a $1,200 stipend after successfully attending and participating in all of the required events. You do not need to retain any receipts for purchases as the stipend is not a reimbursement. You will be responsible for making your travel and hotel arrangements prior to the event.

I attended the Colloquium, when can I expect to see my stipend?

After our staff returns from the Colloquium and Annual Meeting, we will begin to process the necessary forms. It can take up to eight weeks for the stipend to be received via direct deposit and longer if mailed as a check. Our staff will work to keep you up to date during this process and answer any questions you may have.

I am a past Colloquium participant and am interested in attending again.

Track 1 participants are eligible to apply for Track 2, two years after they first participated in the Colloquium. This two-year gap allows early career psychiatrists to develop their research and advance their knowledge.

How do I print my poster? Will you print it for me if I send it?

Participants are responsible for printing their posters prior to the Colloquium. You may print your poster through shipping and office supply businesses such as FedEx, Staples, Office Depot, and more.


Colloquium participants are required to attend one Pre-Colloquium webinar to receive important information prior to the event. Mentees must also attend a Post-Colloquium webinar specific to their assigned research area, to provide updates. Mentees may request ad-hoc webinars or conference calls as needed to receive guidance and feedback from mentors.

There are no webinars scheduled at this time. Once a webinar is scheduled, you will be able to sign up online. After signing up, you will receive a confirmation email with information on how to join the call. Sign-ups for webinars will close two days before the webinar is scheduled to be held. If you are unable to attend the webinar you signed up for or need to change times, please email

To request a webinar, please email When submitting your request, be sure to include your Colloquium year and assigned research area. Provide any details that may help us plan and provide feedback during your call.

Research Colloquium Online Community (Coming Soon)

Past Colloquium participants and mentors will be able join the innovative online platform to collaborate and network with peers and mentors year-round.

Research Funding Acknowledgement

Colloquium Awardees from 2017-2019, please include this acknowledgment of funding in any materials presented at the Colloquium that are subsequently published:

Funding for the 2019 Colloquium for Junior Psychiatrist Investigators conference was made possible (in part) by the National Institute on Drug Abuse of the National Institute of Health under Award Number R13DA042568. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention by trade means, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the US Government.

Important Dates


Applications Due by 11:59 p.m. EST


Award Notification


Research Colloquium

The dedication and enthusiasm you bring to scientific questions and psychiatric research will help make a difference not only for you as a clinician-researcher but for psychiatric patients as well."

Saul Levin, M.D., M.P.A., CEO and Medical Director, American Psychiatric Association