Career/Diversity and Inclusion Resources
A commitment to diversity is a core value of the ACNP. The College and its members actively promote diversity and inclusion within the College and within our field not limited to race, ethnicity, religion, disability, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, intellectual perspectives and points of view.
In service of this aim, below are some resources that may be of special interest to scientists from under-represented minority (URM) groups, as well as to all scientists who wish to serve as allies in fostering greater inclusion and diversity within our field.
If you have additional resource materials related to URM/diversity and are willing to share, please contact Erin Colladay
URM Member Interviews
Career Focused Interviews with under-represented minority members and how the ACNP has influenced their career.
Could susceptibility to near all early onset psychiatric disorders be predicted by a three-factor model: dopamine, externalizing, early life stress? https://bit.ly/3aC0OpG @npp_journal #MentalHealth #stress
The prefrontal cortex is an incredibly diverse swath of tissue. See how its various subregions may differentially contribute to stability and variability in thought and conscious experience in this new piece https://go.nature.com/2YOxQAo @KalinaChristoff @RCarhartHarris @npp_journal