Top 5 Reasons Not To Miss #CINP2019

The International College of Neuropsychopharmacology is hosting its 2019 CINP International Meeting in the booming Greek capital of Athens from 3 to 5 October 2019. Here are five highlights you will not want to miss from this two-and-a-half-day international meeting, featuring a bustle of meet the expert sessions, satellite symposia, as well as interactive, educational workshops.

Education Opportunities

With a plethora of cutting edge pre-clinical, clinical and translational research presented by recognized leaders in the neuropsychopharmacology field, CINP supports free and open exchange of ideas, a strong focus on new approaches, as well as the development and assessment of CNS pharmaceuticals by forefront researchers working in both academia and industry.

The 2019 CINP International Meeting’s theme is focusing on ‘breakthroughs and controversies in mood, psychosis, schizophrenia, ADHD and insomnia”. The scientific-programme offers a variety of educational opportunities to divulge deeper into this theme, including Keynote Lectures, Educational Symposia, Meet the Expert sessions, Workshops, Young Investigator Forum, and Guided Poster Sessions – all providing excellent, highly interactive audience participation.

Furthermore, the Organizing Committee of the 2019 CINP International Meeting is pleased to announce that delegates can receive up to 20 CME (Continuing Medical Education) credits for their attendance and participation, by the European Accreditation Committee in CNS (EACIC).

Network, Network, Network!

Networking is vital in career enhancement, opening doors for possible jobs, research collaboration, and participation in committee contribution, board seats, and lecture opportunities. In building your profile, career, and reputation (both in person and digitally), you will find a wealth of potential opportunities at the 2019 CINP International Meeting.

Attendees will be joining us from all over the world, highlighting North America, Europe, Asia and Developing Nations. From CINP members, to emerging leaders in science, there will be many people to share ideas with, and engage in exciting, quality conversations.

Breakout from a standard keynote lecture, and join in on friendly, smaller conversations during a variety of workshops or try a guided poster session through the latest academic research in the neuropsychopharmacology field.

The professional relationships that you’ll build at the 2019 CINP International Meeting may span across borders and into the digital realm, with the world of LinkedIn to continue conversations year round.

27 Speakers, 25 Sessions, and Immeasurable Information Available

With over 27 speakers at the 2019 CINP International Meeting, there will be plenty of opportunities to expand your education on different spectrums of ‘breakthroughs and controversies in mood, psychosis, schizophrenia, ADHD and insomnia'.

As a great example of the high quality of presentations available, Dr. Carol Tamminga will be joining us from University of Texas Southwestern Medical School (USA) in a symposium demonstration about ‘New antipsychotics’, among two other topics from colleagues in Greece and Taiwan. Dr. Tamminga is a Professor, Chairman of Psychiatry and Chief of Translational Neuroscience Research in Schizophrenia at UT Southwestern. With an outstanding background in psychiatric research, she directs clinical and preclinical research in schizophrenia focused on identifying disease mechanisms and on improving treatments. She has been the recipient of numerous federal and foundation grants, as well as awards in the field. Her ultimate goal is to use alterations in in vivo imaging, postmortem molecular changes and cultured neuronal characteristics as biomarkers and targets for identifying animal models of disease and novel active pharmaceuticals for psychosis.

Read more on Dr. Carol Tamminga, and with the click of a button, learn more about other incredible speakers and presentations occurring at the 2019 CINP International Meeting.

Experience the Real Athenian Lifestyle

The 2019 CINP International Meeting will be gathering in the metropolitan capital of Athens. With eternal sunshine and a walkable, well-connected transportation network, our meeting destination offers some of the biggest archaeological sites in the world, numerous museums, restaurants and bars, white, sandy beaches with turquoise waters, as well as pleasant, entertaining Greek hospitality.

From incredible, historical attractions, such as the Acropolis, a monument that constitutes the symbol of Greece and the ancient Greek civilization worldwide, to the nearby Acropolis Museum filled with approximately 4,000 artifacts, you must head to the top floor where all guests are treated to a stunning view of the frieze and a view of the Parthenon itself. Don't forget to book your place at the conference dinner taking place in the restaurant of the Acropolis Museum on Friday 4 October!

Whether sports and recreation is your preferred activity while you travel in the birthplace of the Olympics, or whether you prefer dining out at some of the most amazing rooftop patios, or exploring the never-ending nightlife of Athens. Athens is one of the world’s oldest cities, surrounded by a lining of stunning coastline and mountains, there are so many gems waiting to be discovered.

Latest Trends

The 2019 CINP International Meeting will have several opportunities where attendees can engage with exhibitors, sponsors, and the latest research available.

Learn more from Janssen, Sage and Saladax during their showcase sessions taking place during the networking break and engage with the Janssen and Takeda experts during their Meet the Expert Sessions.

Absorbing information from other companies, educational institutions, and representatives in person can be helpful when making informed decisions on product choices.

Come Join Us!

The International College of Neuropsychopharmacology (CINP) and official Conference Secretariat look forward to welcoming you at the 2019 CINP International Meeting, with over 500 delegates from around the world. With a mission of encouraging and promoting the international scientific study, teaching and the application of neuropsychopharmacology, this meeting boasts of an authentic experience in Athens, Greece, educational opportunities, many speakers and sessions to choose from, networking with peers and industry experts, and finally, latest trends in the industry.

To secure your space, click here for our current registration pricing.