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24th ECNP Congress: The most promising data from research across brain disorders
Date:5/24/2011

On behalf of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) we are pleased to invite you to the press conferences of the largest annual scientific meeting on neuroscience, brain disorders, and mental health in Europe, the 24th ECNP Congress in Paris.

The ECNP Congress attracts more than 7,000 psychiatrists, neurologists, psychologists and neuroscience researchers from across the world to discuss the latest advances in brain research and their implications for clinical practice, and its high-calibre programme provides a good opportunity for reporting developments of major public health importance.

The topics of the press conferences, which have been selected with an eye on their public health appeal, will feature exciting research findings as well as novel pharmacological approaches and their impact on patients quality of life.

Renowned experts from research centres in France, the United Kingdom and Germany will present the following topics:

  • The emotional brain in youth: how to diagnose and treat mood disorders in children and adolescents
    Professor David Cohen, M.D., Ph.D., France
    Sunday, 4 September 2011, from 10.00-10.45, Passy, Palais des Congrs de Paris

    Professor Cohen from the famous Piti-Salptrire hospital in Paris will briefly review the diagnostic issues and controversies surrounding bipolar disorder in youth as well as focus on the typical form of bipolar disorder in adolescents and its therapeutic approach.

  • The ECNP Networks Initiative (ENI): Innovative approaches in bipolar disorders
    Professor Guy M. Goodwin, FRCPsych, FMedSci, United Kingdom
    Sunday, 4 September 2011, from 15.00-15.45, Passy, Palais des Congrs de Paris

    Professor Goodwin will highlight a multicentre European collaboration establishing a data collection of more than 10.000 patients for conducting studies into the main psychiatric conditions, which
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Contact: Sonja Mak
s.mak@update.europe.at
431-405-5734
European College of Neuropsychopharmacology
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