ECNP Seminars are small-scale, two-day interactive training courses in neuropsychopharmacology. The aim of ECNP Seminars is to increase the level of knowledge of and skills of future leading researchers and practitioners with a proven interest in the field of neuropsychopharmacology in locations where limited opportunities exist to attend international meetings.
ECNP Seminars offer participants the opportunity to enhance their knowledge and skills in a concentrated learning environment under the guidance of three local and three non-local experts.
Each ECNP Seminar is focused on a particular country or region, and are organised for a maximum of 50 participants from that country/region. Participants are selected on the basis of their curriculum vitae and a short abstract (50-100 words). Two participants of each ECNP Seminar are awarded with a Seminar Award, consisting of free registration and a subsidy towards travel cost for the upcoming ECNP Congress (to be paid after the congress), on the condition that his/her abstract is submitted for poster presentation at the congress and that the abstract is accepted.
Each year, a maximum of four ECNP Seminars are organised by a local coordinator, with the support of the ECNP Office and the Chair of the ECNP Educational Committee. If you are interested in organising an ECNP Seminar in your country, please find the guidelines and application form here.
ECNP Seminar Award
Participants at the ECNP Seminar held in Zrenjanin, Serbia in November 2019.
ECNP confers two awards during each ECNP Seminar to help and encourage the most promising ECNP Seminar participants to visit the upcoming ECNP Congress. Read more.
Experiences from previous seminars
''Excellent lecturers, very useful insights on how to prepare and report your research!''
''The Seminar was well organized and proved to be very useful regarding both clinical and scientific work.''
"ECNP Seminar was the best seminar that I’ve been to. Many thanks to ECNP for this opportunity."
Daniil Archakov, Volgograd
"The most interesting part was the workshops where we could share with other participants our research interests and get feedback from them and the experts."
Evgeniy Morkovin, Volgograd
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The ECNP Seminars are funded by the ECNP Scholarship and Research Foundation (R&S), a public-interest-serving entity.