2020 CCNP Annual Meeting

CCNP 43rd
Annual Meeting

June 10 to 13, 2020

Chestnut Conference Centre

Toronto, ON

The Canadian College of Neuropsychopharmacology 2021 meeting will be held at the Chestnut Conference Centre which is located in the downtown core of Toronto, ON and will be held from June 9 – 12, 2021.

A Statement by the CCNP

As an organization that embraces diversity and inclusiveness, the CCNP joins many national and international scientific organizations in supporting the scientists and students victimized by the White House executive order that seeks to ban the citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the USA. Thousands of students and colleagues from diverse countries, cultural, and religious backgrounds benefit from highly stimulating education and research environments in North America. Many of them adopt North America to develop highly productive professional or research careers. Others return to their countries and contribute to their development, thus making the world a better and safer place for all. Travel bans hamper these constructive and beneficial scientific exchanges between nations, and can only make our world more divided and dangerous. The CCNP strongly believes that science transcends divisions based on all kinds of stereotypes, and invites the construction of a reality based on facts, and facts alone, for the benefit of humankind. It is a fact that open science, through the free circulation of students, researchers, ideas, data, and discovery, is now a major engine for the advancement of humankind. Any hindrance to such advancement must be vigorously opposed by the scientific community and, hopefully, will be.

The CAN and SfN have also released their statements about the immigration executive order on their websites:

Statement from CAN-ACN

Statement from SfN

Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscience

The official journal of the Canadian College of Neuropsychopharmacology
  • The Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscience has an impact factor of 4.899 (2018 ISI data) and is ranked at #22 out of 146 Psychiatry journals and #52 out of 267 Neuroscience journals.
  • Original research and reviews in basic and clinical science.
  • Articles published in the journal are available free of charge at http://jpn.ca and through PubMed Central.
For more information, visit the website of the Canadian Medical Association.

Revue de psychiatrie & de neuroscience

La revue officielle du Collège canadien de neuropsychopharmacologie
  • Le facteur d'impact de la Revue de psychiatrie et de neuroscience atteint 4,899 (données 2018 de l'ISI), ce qui en fait le journal à accès libre le mieux coté aussi bien dans la catégorie psychiatrie que dans la catégorie neurosciences.
  • Recherche originale et analyses critiques en sciences
      fondamentales et cliniques.
  • Les articles publiés dans ce journal sont accessibles gratuitement au http://jpn.ca/ et via PubMed Central.
Pour obtenir des informations suplémentaires, visitez le site internet de l'Association Médicale Canadienne.