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Neurotransletter - Vol. 1 Issue 3

May 02, 2019 15:01 | Anonymous

Vol. 1 - Issue 3

CINP 2019 International Meeting

Due to a popular demand we are happy to announce that we have extended three deadlines.

  • Extended early registration to June 21, 2019. Register now to receive a discount!
  • Extended abstract submission to June 14, 2019, so you have 7 more weeks to submit your paper. You can submit your abstract here!
  • Rafaelsen Young Investigators Award submission extended to June 14, 2019. You can find all the information on our homepage.

CINP Membership Brochure

We are proud to share the official CINP membership brochure with you, where you can find all the relevant information in one document. Feel free to share it with your friends and colleagues should they be interested in joining CINP or would simply like to know more about the college.
Click the button below to download the brochure!

CINP YouTube Channel

We are proud to present to you the CINP YouTube channel, where we will be posting videos from our congresses, messages from the CINP board and other videos stacked with highly scientific content. Subscribe now to not miss any videos!

Starting with the first video, in conjunction with the Taiwanese Society of Biological Psychiatry and Neuropsychopharmacology (TSBPN), CINP organized a symposium for local experts which was held in the Taipei 101, Taiwan consisting of four talks.
Today, we would like to share the session of  CINP President Professor Siegfried Kasper, who talked about therapy resistant depression by explaining the general scope of the problem.

Literature Updates

You can visit our website for more literature. Here are the most recent articles of value to our community.

Session Spotlight - 2019 International Meeting

We would like to spotlight a session of the 2019 International Meeting every month by starting with a symposium on breakthroughs and controversies in insomnia (Oct 4, 14:30 - 16:00).

  • Orexin receptor antagonists: state of the art – Andrew Krystal, University of California, San Francisco, USA

  • Benzodiazepines pro and contra – Pierre Michel Llorca, CHU Clermont-Ferrand, France

  • Melatonin - Gabriella Gobbi, McGill University, Canada

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