Public & Media Resources
The ACNP is committed to providing informational resources to its members, the public and the media. In this section of the website, you will find our media policy, specifically how it relates to the annual meeting and press releases. Official news releases from the College and releases featuring our members can be found on these pages. We also have posted neuroscience resources for the classroom, policies on the use of animals and humans in research, and guidelines for crisis management should your lab come under attack. Finally, we have included helpful links to advocacy and governmental organizations that will be of interest.
Importance of Research
The following lists of resources provide useful information regarding the importance of biomedical research in neuroscience, as well as helpful links to policies and guidelines for conducting research with humans and animals. There are also resources for the classroom and information on crisis management practices.
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