Annual Meeting/Meeting FAQs
- Who can attend the Annual Meeting?
How do I invite a guest?
The quickest and most efficient way to invite a guest to the Annual Meeting is to include your invited guest information when registering for the meeting.
Additionally, ACNP has a new process for requesting guest invitations beginning in 2020. Requests for guest and bank invitations will be made through the online portal in lieu of emailing the executive office. To request a guest invitation, please login to the Annual Meeting Submission Site . Once you login, please choose the “Access My Dashboard” option on the Submissions page, which should open for you once you are logged in. On your dashboard, please choose the option to “Submit ACNP Invitation Request.” The Annual Meeting registration materials will be forwarded to your guest within a week of your request.
How do I obtain an invitation as a non-member?
Non-members must have an ACNP Member, Fellow, or Emeritus, who themselves are attending the Annual Meeting, invite them. Non-member trainees may also receive an invitation to the 2020 Annual Meeting from an ACNP Associate Member, Member, Fellow, or Emeritus. Members can also request an invitation from the invitation banks. To see a listing of current ACNP members, click here.
- Are exhibits permitted at the Annual Meeting?
- Is there a list of meeting attendees available?
- What is the average attendance at the ACNP Annual Meeting?
What are the Future Annual Meeting Dates?
Click here to view future dates and locations.
- Do I have to be registered before I can get a hotel room?
- Can I register online?
How do you become an ACNP Participating Corporation?
Corporations must apply to ACNP for Participating Corporation status. For information on how to apply, please reference the Participating Corporation Program Guidelines. Applications will be emailed to the Executive Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once a Participating Corporation is approved by ACNP Council, the designated Corporate Representatives will be selected by the Corporation based on the level of support contributed to ACNP.
- Can corporate representatives invite someone to attend the Annual Meeting?
Can Associate Members invite someone to attend the Annual Meeting?
Associate Members are able to extend one invitation to the 2020 virtual meeting if their guest is considered a trainee.
- A trainee is a person in a training position and not in a full time, permanent position. A trainee can be a M.D., Ph.D., Post-doctoral Fellow, Resident, Graduate Student or Research Fellow. Trainees have all the rights and privileges of invited guests.
- Only associate members attending the meeting may use their guest privilege to invite one trainee guest.
Associate Members may also request one invitation from each Invitation Bank (see Invitation Banks below).
All invitation requests should be made by logging into the Annual Meeting Submission Site.
- I have the Invited Guest privilege. May I invite more than one person to the Annual Meeting?
- Do I need an invitation to the Annual Meeting and a poster sponsor?
- I am a member of the ACNP, do my dues have to be paid before I can register?
- Are CME and CE credits available?
Are abstracts published and citable?
Beginning with the 2010 Annual Meeting, abstracts will be published online only, and available for citation once published, on the Neuropsychopharmacology website from Nature. Abstracts from 2007-2009 are non-archival.
- What does the registration fee include?
- What is a Trainee?
What is an Accompanying Person?
* The 2020 Annual meeting will be virtual.
A spouse, relative, or significant other who accompanies an attendee. An Accompanying Person may only attend the social functions of the meeting, which includes the morning breaks, lunches and receptions. You must pay the accompanying person fee to attend the social functions. The only scientific session open to the accompanying persons are the Poster sessions.
What are the invitation banks?
The General Invitation Bank is fixed with 100 invitations that members may request for someone who is within 10 years of their last training or someone with a first time R award or K award. Members may use one invitation from the bank. Guests from this bank may present a poster.
The Diversity Invitation Bank allows members to offer one invitation to a scientist from an underrepresented minority group. These groups include an individual who identifies as African American, Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander, LGBTQ+ or a scientist with a disability. Members who request the invitation should vouch for the minority status of the scientist they are inviting. Guests from this bank may present a poster.
*Associate Members may request invitations from each invitation bank.
*Only members attending the meeting may obtain invitations from each bank.
*Requests for invitation bank invitations should be submitted through the Invitation Request system in the Annual Meeting Submission Site.
- How many panels can a speaker be on?
What is the Embargo Policy for presentations?
Any press release issued by a presenter, the presenter’s employer, or any other outside person or entity about a presentation scheduled for the ACNP Annual Meeting must be embargoed until the time and date of the presentation and should be clear that it is not sanctioned by ACNP. This includes any detail of the abstract and the title.
- Does ACNP accept Encore Presentations?
Abstract Submission Copyright
All materials submitted for presentation at the Annual Meeting will be published in Neuropsychopharmacology and should be original and not previously published. Following publication authors may reuse their work with the sole requirements of full citation and link to the original publication online.
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