Submit Proposals / Abstracts

Submissions for the 55th Annual Meeting are open. **Only ACNP members may serve as the chair of a panel, mini-panel or study group session.

Please reference the 2016 call for proposals along with the panelmini-panelstudy group guidelines for specific submission information.

Submission of Overall Proposals by Chairs (Panels, Mini-Panels & Study Groups)

Submission of Individual Presenter Abstracts (Panel & Mini-Panel)

Submission of Disclosures by Study Group Participants

Chairs Review & Finalize Proposed Sessions (Panels, Mini-Panels & Study Groups)

2015 Annual Meeting Information:

2015 Annual Meeting Abstracts

2015 Presenter Disclosures

2015 Poster Presenter Disclosures

2015 Program Committee Disclosures 

The ACNP Annual Meeting is a closed meeting open to only ACNP members and their invited guests. All nonmembers must be invited by an ACNP member and will be allowed to present a poster if he/she chooses to do so. The guest invitation will constitute sponsorship by the inviting member. No other rules for poster sponsorship will be required. Access to the abstract submission site will be included in the guest's invitation letter.  

9 Common Reasons Why an Abstract is not Accepted:

1. The Panel/Mini-Panel is not sufficiently cohesive.
2. The Panel/Mini-Panel is not sufficiently innovative.
3. The Panel/Mini-Panel does not include sufficient novel/new data.
4. The theme of the Panel/Mini-Panel is over-represented in current submissions for this year.
5. Similar Panels/Mini-Panels have been presented in recent ACNP meetings.
6. The abstract is not informative enough.
7. The panel participant composition does not have women, minority and/or early career scientist/clinician representation.
8. Speakers are not from diverse institutions.
9. Insufficient data and/or statistical analyses. 




Travel Award Program

ACNP annually selects distinguished young scientists in the field of neuropsychopharmacology to be a part of our Travel Award program. These awards offer an opportunity to attend an outstanding scientific program in clinical and basic research on brain-behavior-drug interactions; become aware of the most recent, and often unpublished, advances in psychopharmacology; and meet and interact with internationally distinguished researchers and scientists. Click here to read more.

Research Discussions

This forum enables discussion of articles that have appeared in Neuropsychopharmacology. It is intended to stimulate scholarly interactions among researchers, and to help educate members of the public who are interested in psychiatric illness.

Educational Presentations

View Educational Presentations from our annual meetings and educational resources for members and non-members.

Task Force Reports

For reports and recommendations regarding issues of social importance, read the latest ACNP Task Force Reports.