Educational Resources

The following is a list of educational resources for students and professionals in Neuropsychopharmacology and related fields.

2011 ACNP Travel Award Luncheon (PDF 1466Kb)

How Do I Get There From Here?
Author(s): Helen Mayberg, M.D. Emory University

2010 ACNP Travel Award Dinner Presentation (PDF 1205Kb)

Crafting and Cultivating a Career in Translational Neuroscience Research
Author(s): Dr. David A. Lewis

New NIH Opportunities for Scientific Collaborations

Neuroscience Blueprint with funding opportunities for scientists.

Clinical Trial Resources

Click here to view select publications about ClinicalTrials.gov and clinical research by ClinicalTrials.gov staff and others.

Scientific Publishing (PDF 76Kb)

Peer-reviewed scientific publications are the most important product of a scientist.
Author(s): Dr. Joseph Coyle and Professor Eben S. Draper

Publishing and Promotion (PDF 1624Kb)

I have my ACNP Travel Award, but will I get tenure?
Author(s): Dr. John H. Krystal

The Neurobiology of Addiction: New Vistas (PDF 196Kb)

Special themed issue offered at a discounted rate.
Author(s): Trevor W Robbins, Barry J Everitt and David J Nutt

History of Neuroscience

A list of select milestones in Neuroscience Research from 4000 B.C. to the present.
Author(s): Eric H. Chudler, Ph.D.

Receptor Workbook

A hypothetical patient situation which illustrates how basic pharmacologic principles aid in the understanding of various clinical situations.
Source: University of Kentucky, Chandler Medical Center
Author(s): Dr. Michael T. Piascik

Science Signaling Teaching Resources

Multimedia educational resources for students and instructors.
Source: The American Association for the Advancement of Science
 

Community Education

See community initiatives funded in part by the ACNP that help people learn more about mental health and read about winners of our Outreach Initiative Awards in the Community Education Programs section.

Member Interviews

For historical perspective, read ACNP interviews with pioneers in the field of psychopharmacology.