Digital Library/Oral History Books
Edited by Thomas A. Ban M.D.
The 10 volumes in this series record a fifty-year history of Neuropsychopharmacology related by 213 pioneer clinical, academic, industrial and basic scientists in videotaped interviews, conducted by 66 colleagues between 1994 and 2008.
Each volume is dedicated to a former President of ACNP and provides insights into a half-century of discovery and innovation with its rewards and disappointments, progress and setbacks, including future expectations and hopes for the field as a whole and the ACNP as an organization.
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