Classes of Membership
Members shall have training or experience in any of the biomedical fields relevant to neuropsychopharmacology, and have earned an M.D., Ph.D. or equivalent degree and can demonstrate to the Credentials and Membership Committee they are active researchers in some aspect of neuropsychopharmacology.
A member may apply to become a Fellow of CINP after being a member of the Association for 5 years. The Credentials and Membership Committee will decide if the applicant has made significant contributions to the Society consistent with the applicant being raised to the level of Fellow. Such contributions would include:
- Regularly attendance at CINP meetings.
- Presenting on behalf of CINP at educational meetings.
- Being on the Editorial Board or being a reviewer for the International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology.
- Serving on CINP committees.
- Serving as a CINP mentor.
In exceptional circumstances, upon recommendation of the Credentials and Membership Committee, the Executive Committee may authorise admittance as a Fellow to an applicant who meets all the criteria for admission as a Member (Article I, Paragraph 2(a)) and has an outstanding record of research in the field of Neuropsychopharmacology.
Associate members shall have training or experience in any of the fields relevant to basic or clinical neuropsychopharmacology, including psychiatrists with a clinical focus in psychopharmacology. They must demonstrate to the Credentials and Membership Committee their sincere interest and ability in some aspect of neuropsychopharmacology.
Associate Members are not eligible to vote, hold office, serve as members of committees, propose amendments to the Constitution and By-Laws or nominate candidates for officers and members of Council.
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Before filling the application form, please prepare the following information:
- Academic Background
- Five most important publications
- List presentations on CINP meetings
In addition, please prepare the following documents (we accept Adobe PDF and Microsoft Word (DOC) files only, max. 2MB each)
- Curriculum Vitae
- List of publications
- Any other relevant information