CINP-Vancouver 2014 is less than 6 months away and I urge you to prepare your abstracts, make the necessary travel plans and take advantage of early registration rates.
The most compelling reason to choose CINP-Vancouver 2014, as the destination for your major international professional activity next year is the quality of the Scientific Program. As highlighted in this announcement you can select from a wide range of topics of immediate relevance to neuropsychopharmacology as focused on both discovery and clinical practice.
Thirty-six symposia form the nucleus of the program and they are complimented withPlenary Lectures by renowned colleagues whose discoveries, involving optogenetics, precise descriptions of receptor and transporter function, novel neurotransmitters or innovations in clinical practice, are transforming the treatments of devastating psychiatric and neurological conditions.
We have paid particular attention to your comfort, health and safety during your stay.
A recent survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit ranked Vancouver as the 3rd most livable city overall, for the second year in a row.
Similarly, many of the hotels reserved for your accommodation are amongst the best in the world and are located within a short distance from the Convention Centre. Walking and cycling are encouraged by a continuous public seawall that links the meeting place with the perimeter of Stanley Park, a green jewel at the doorstep of downtown Vancouver.
I hope all that CINP-Vancouver 2014 has to offer will intrigue you and I look forward to welcoming you and your colleagues from around the globe to another memorable CINP World Congress.
See you in June 2014!
Prof. Anthony Phillips
CINP and Congress President
Prof. Brian Dean
Chair of the CINP International Scientific Programme Committee
Prof. Lakshmi N. Yatham
Chair of the Local Organising Committee