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The 33rd ECNP Congress will be virtual!
2020 ECNP Congress: join the keynote session
New Medication Session
Prize for Negative Data Prize: submission is open!
EBRA project: submit your proposal now!
ECNP mini-conference at the FENS Forum
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33rd ECNP Congress Virtual -e-news

ECNP goes online!

The ECNP Congress on 12-15 September 2020 will now be entirely virtual. 

Find out the new registration rates we have created for you and if you have questions, please visit our FAQ page or contact us via email.

Register on or before 1 June to benefit from a lower fee.

Connect with us to experience the Europe's largest meeting on applied and translational neuroscience!

Joseph LeDoux - keynote speaker

Meet our keynote speaker

We are proud to have Joseph LeDoux, USA as our keynote speaker for the 33rd ECNP Congress Virtual!

Joseph LeDoux is a University Professor and Henry and Lucy Moses Professor of Science at New York University, and directs the Emotional Brain Institute located at both NYU and at the Nathan Kline Institute. His work is focused on the brain mechanisms of memory and emotion.

His lecture, ‘As soon as there is life, there is danger’, will present some of his latest research and results.

We are looking forward to connecting online to meet Professor Joseph!

More info here.
New Medication Session - 33rd ECNP Congress Virtual

New Medication Session: submit your proposal

The New Medications Session offers a show case of the freshest and best data on new medications, including proof of concept and post-marketing studies, to the ECNP Congress community.

Are you interested in presenting your new medication at the 33rd ECNP Congress?

Please send us by e-mail, before 2 June 2020, the following details:

  • A suggested speaker (name, institute, e-mail)
  • A presentation title (max. 25 words)
  • A summary explaining the content of the presentation (max. 250 words)
  • A short motivational statement: why is it important that these findings are shared?

We accept submissions from both academia and industry.

Apply now

2020 Best Negative Data Prize: call for submissions

In collaboration with the Global Preclinical Data Forum (GPDF), a partnership between Cohen Veterans Bioscience (CVB), a U.S. non-profit research biotech and the ECNP Preclinical Data Forum, we invite you to submit your publications with ‘negative’ results in neuroscience research.

The award will be conferred at the 33rd ECNP Congress, 12-15 September 2020, where the winner will present a talk about his or her negative data results paper.

The winner will receive a prize of € 10,000 made available through the generous support of CVB.

How to apply
Corresponding authors may submit their papers directly on the GDPF website. The deadline is 31 May 2020.
European Brain Research Area

EBRA project: final call for clusters

The latest EBRA call for clusters is open until 1 June!

The European Brain Research Area (EBRA) is an H2020 project designed to bring European brain research stakeholders together to better co-ordinate research efforts and foster global collaboration.

Become a cluster to promote and engage in co-operation and exchange, expand the impact of your research and increase the visibility of your research community.

Click on this link for further details and application.
FENS Virtual Forum 2020

ECNP Mini-Conference at the FENS Forum

"Join the ECNP mini-conference at the FENS 2020 Virtual Forum, 11 July 8.30-15.00, on the latest advances in translating basic neuroscience findings into clinical application.''

The deadline for early registration is today!

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