Detailed information about ECNP Congresses can be found on our congress website.
The ECNP Congress is the largest annual meeting on neuropsychopharmacology and mental disorders in Europe. Attended by more than 7,000 psychiatrists, neurologists, psychologists and neuroscience researchers from across the world, it brings together distinguished scientists and junior researchers to discuss the latest achievements and future perspectives in neuropsychopharmacology and related disciplines.
The heart of the congress is its scientific programme. Designed to embody the highest standards of scientific quality and originality, it consists of a keynote session, plenary lectures, scientific symposia, educational update sessions, brainstorming sessions and poster sessions. For each congress an independent Scientific Programme Committee (SPC) is formed to develop the programme, safeguard the congress’s scientific excellence, and ensure a balanced distribution of content across the interconnected disciplines of neuropsychopharmacology, pharmacotherapy and mental health.
Who is the ECNP Congress for?
- Medical researchers – in neuropsychopharmacology, psychiatry and neurology
- Clinicians and practitioners
- Public health professionals
When and where is it?
The congress is held annually in autumn. It rotates between four fixed venues – Amsterdam, Barcelona, Paris and Vienna – and one variable venue.