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Special issue: The Microbiome in Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology

This special issue on ‘The Microbiome in Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology’is a collection of reviews and empirical papers from investigators across the globe. Some of the topics covered include the effects of psychotropics on the gut microbiome, altered faecal microbiome composition in a genetic rat model for depression and a review on the role of the gut microbiome in anorexia nervosa. We hope you find the collection of interest and value to your own work.

https://link.springer.com/journal/213/236/5

Editors: John Cryan & Harriet de Wit

Special issue: Computational and Translational Psychopharmacology

This special issue on ‘Computational and Translational Psychopharmacology’ aims to provide a comprehensive set of reviews and empirical papers that  from many of the leading scientist currently working in this area. The issue developed out of a symposium held at the 2018 Workshop held in Cambridge, UK. We hope you find the collection of interest and value to your own work as we look ahead to the next era of computational psychopharmacology.

https://link.springer.com/journal/213/236/8

Editors: Shelly Flagel, Martin Paulus, Christelle Baunez & Trevor Robins

EBPS Newsletter Issue 4

We've just dropped our fourth issue of the EBPS Newsletter which includes a farewell note from our current President John Cryan, an amazing display of all our speakers at this year's biennial meeting in Braga, a list of all the travel awardees, job posts and much more! On this note, we're also on the lookout for someone who's willing to help us re-design our current website so if this is something that you'd be willing to help EBPS out with, let us know. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy the read and as always, welcome feedback on suggestions for future issues.

 

Download it here!

Membership Renewal

Dear EBPS Member,

This is to remind you to ensure that your EBPS membership is current. The full membership fee remains at €70 and the student fee at €15 only. Membership provides you with a number of benefits:

 

Free membership of FENS

Free online access to European Journal of Neuroscience

Free online access to Psychopharmacology

Eligibility to apply for bursaries to attend EBPS workshops and biennial meetings (subject to age and status)

Eligibility to submit symposium proposals for future biennial meetings

Eligibility to nominate, and to be nominated, to the EBPS Distinguished Achievement Award and the EBPS Young Scientist Award

Reduced registration fees biennial meetings

Reduced registration fees for other EBPS workshops

 

To renew your membership, please go to http://www.ebps.org. If you prefer to renew your membership by electronic bank transfer, please contact info@ebps.org for EBPS bank details. 

 

With best wishes,

Mohammed Shoaib

Treasurer - EBPS