ACNP members are committed to providing the best information available to scientific colleagues, to mental health professionals, and to patients and/or patient representative groups. On these pages, you will find educational presentations from our annual meetings, educational resources for members and non-members, listings of non-ACNP events, and helpful links.
The following is a list of educational resources for students and professionals in Neuropsychopharmacology and related fields.
Check out our new Under-represented Minority Resources page on the ACNP website. It contains resources for under-represented minority groups and scientists who wish to serve as allies in fostering greater inclusion and diversity within our field. #ACNP
Member in the News...University of Minnesota tests new apps to help teen brains fight psychosis https://t.co/lHTTnG9Ghw #mentalhealth #teenagers #psychosis #app @UMN_Psychiatry
Second #nppjournal Editor's pick for October: https://t.co/wU47eBpEWF The cycling brain...estradiol boosts hippocampal activation during the pre-ovulatory cycle phase and progesterone boosts fronto-striatal activation during the luteal cycle phase