About ECNP

ECNP is an independent scientific association dedicated to the science and treatment of disorders of the brain. It is the largest non-institutional supporter of applied and translational neuroscience research and education in Europe. Read more...

ECNP offers membership to established scholars in the field and all those with an active interest in applied and translational neuroscience. Corresponding membership is also open for those not resident in Europe.  To our membership pages

ECNP organises a wide range of scientific and educational activities, programmes and events across Europe, promoting the exchange of high-quality experimental and clinical research in applied and translational neuroscience and fostering young scientists and clinicians. View agenda

Coronavirus news

In response to the unprecedented impact of the coronavirus ECNP is progressively redesigning all its programmes and events to protect participant safety and support global corona containment efforts. All face-to-face meetings up until summer 2021 have either been suspended or transitioned to virtual platforms. Read more.

For the ECNP corona file of video commentary and best practices from experts within the ECNP community, visit this page.

NEWS

Publishing your science

''The entire field of science publishing is undergoing drastic changes these years. Whether you are an active scientist or a reader of scientific papers, this will inevitably have a bearing on how science is exchanged – irrespective of the amount of scientific output, which is ever-increasing. And there is more to come: the funding bodies have a reasonable expectation that the research they pay for should be made freely available to the public – so-called ‘open access’.'', says President Gitte Moos Knudsen in this month's blog.

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ECNP new office address

ECNP new location is: Daltonlaan 400, 3584 BK, Utrecht, The Netherlands. You can reach us via this new phone number: +31 85 782 6670.


34th ECNP Congress: a new plenary lecture confirmed

Carmen Sandi, Switzerland is a world leader in the field that connects stress with brain function and behaviour. Her laboratory adopts an integrative research program in rodents and humans, and places a strong emphasis on understanding the neurobiology of individual differences. A current strong focus of her studies is on the role of mitochondria and metabolism in brain, behaviour and psychopathology.

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ECNP Networks and twgs

ECNP Networks foster collaboration among experts interested in specific brain-research topics. As well as the Networks themselves, ECNP has also instituted Thematic Working Groups (TWGs) as a way to stimulate new Networks activities, encourage collaboration and facilitate the Networks mission.

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