PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU REGISTER!

The 33rd Annual Meeting of the American Neuropsychiatric Association will be held LIVE at the

Boston Copley Plaza Hotel, Boston, MA  from March 15 - 18, 2023.

Those who are unable to attend in person have the option of attending VIRTUALLY via

live streaming using the same platform that was used in 2021 and 2022.

The cost for both options (in-person and virtual) are the same; HOWEVER, you

MUST register for the meeting option that you choose!

The registration page has options for LIVE ATTENDANCE or VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE

Please be sure to select the correct option!

Note that virtual attendees must register by March 11, 2023.

Regular Registration runs through February 15, 2023

Late Registration begins February 16, 2023


Registration for the 33rd Annual Meeting of the ANPA


MEMBERS ARE REMINDED TO SIGN-IN TO YOUR ANPA ACCOUNT TO ACCESS THE MEMBER RATE!

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IF YOU ARE A CURRENT ANPA MEMBER, PLEASE IGNORE THIS MESSAGE

 Becoming a member can save trainees and students a great deal of money and doctorate level members will receive a significantly reduced rate.  In addition, Trainee, Doctorate and Allied Health members receive a complimentary subscription (print and online) to the Journal of Neuropsychiatry & Clinical Neurosciences (a value of over $300!) and will have access to educational webinars and other educational materials.  Members can join Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and interact with peers and mentors.

Membership costs are shown below as are meeting registration rates for both members and non-members:

NEW MEMBER AND ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP COSTS:

Doctorate Level - $295

Trainee and Pre-Graduate Professional - $80

Allied/Other Health Professional - $225

Students - $0

MEETING REGISTRATION COSTS:

 REGULAR (ends 2/15/2023)  Late (3/16/2023)
Doctorate Member  $                                875.00  $                       950.00
Doctorate Non-Member  $                             1,025.00  $                    1,100.00
Allied/Other Health Professional Member  $                                725.00  $                       800.00
Allied/Other Health Professional Non-Member  $                                845.00  $                       920.00
Emeritus, Trainee, Student or Pre-graduate Professional Member  $                                250.00  $                       325.00
Trainee, Student or Pre-graduate Professional Non-Member  $                                570.00  $                       645.00


Accommodations for the 2023 ANPA Annual meeting will be at the Westin Copley Place in Boston, MA. The link below will take you to the discounted room block for the ANPA meeting.  Reservations must be made by February 23, 2023.

Westin Copley Place Room Reservations

Exterior

About the Venue

Step into a AAA Four-Diamond hotel in downtown Boston's celebrated Back Bay area — a short stroll from fine dining destinations and upscale clothing stores in the popular Copley Place shopping mall. The Westin Copley Place, Boston welcomes guests with modern hotel accommodations and signature touches. Boston Symphony Hall, Fenway Park and other downtown attractions are within easy reach of our hotel. Take time to discover our exceptional amenities, including the 24-hour WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio, an on-site day spa, several delicious restaurants and a welcoming lobby bar. In the evening, retreat to beautifully appointed hotel rooms and suites featuring stylish decor, the plush Westin Heavenly® Bed and spacious bathrooms. With an impressive 57,493 square feet of contemporary event space, our hotel is also a leading wedding and conference destination in downtown Boston. We look forward to providing you with an unforgettable stay at The Westin Copley Place, Boston in the Back Bay.


 

TENTATIVE MEETING AGENDA


(Subject to Change)


Wednesday, March 15, 2023

Neuropsychiatry of Psychedelics in Mental Health Treatment:

  • Psilocybin for depression and beyond: the challenges of initiating rigorous clinical studies
  •  What does the neuroscience of psychedelics to date tell us?
  • What the Data Don't Tell You: A Clinician's Account of Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy

Daniel I Kaufer Symposium (in conjunction with SBCN) – DEMENTIA AFTER TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY: WHAT IS THE RISK, AND WHAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT IT?

Thursday, March 16, 2023

Practice Workshop I - Evaluation of the Impaired Physician

ANPA Neuroimaging SIG Symposium - The Neuropsychiatry of Teaching Neuroimaging - An Interactive Approach

International Neuropsychiatry Lecture

Program Committee Symposium - Neuropsychiatric Disorders Deep Dive: Tourette/ Tic Spectrum Disorders

    • Neuroimaging and Neurophysiology of Tic Disorders - Circuit-based Therapies of Tic Disorders

    • Genetics of Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders

    • Epidemiology of Tourette Syndrome/Tic Disorders - Pharmacologic Treatments for Tics and Comorbid Disorders
    • Functional Tic Disorders
    • Behavioral Treatments for Tic Disorders


Friday, March 17, 2023

Practice Workshop II  - Cortical Visual Disorders

President's Symposium - Music and the Brain

  • Prediction and Reward in Music-Based Interventions 
Bassoe Lecture - Genomics and Phenomics of Neuropsychiatric Disease

Saturday, March 18, 2023

Program Committee Symposium - New Approaches in Brain Stimulation

British Neuropsychiatric Association Lecture - Computational Psychiatry: Synaptopathy & the Bayesian Brain

**  The Peter Bassoe Lecture

Dr. Peter Bassoe (1874-1945) was a Chicago-based neurologist-neuropsychiatrist as well as the founder and inaugural President of the Central Neuropsychiatric Association (CNPA, est. 1922). Dr. Bassoe founded the CNPA “to foster the advancement of neurologic, neurosurgical, and psychiatric sciences in the mid-continental United States.” Guided by his vision, this organization flourished during the decades of the mid-twentieth century. The Peter Bassoe Fund was established within the CNPA in 1982 for the purpose of providing funds for continuing education activities, scholarships, awards for essays submitted by residents, and other expenses of the scientific portion of the meeting.

In 2001, following several decades of changes to the organizational and political landscape in the clinical neurosciences, CNPA merged with ANPA. As a component of the merger agreement between our associations, CNPA directed ANPA to use the Bassoe Fund to support a Keynote Address at the ANPA annual meeting and to identify it as the Peter Bassoe Lecture.

In tribute to Dr. Bassoe and CNPA, the Peter Bassoe Lecture is given by a world-class clinical neuroscientist at  the ANPA Annual Meeting. The lecture provides a forum for a high-level review in the area of neuroscience to which the Peter Bassoe Lecturer has contributed. Additionally, it provides an opportunity for the lecturer to discuss the implications of his or her work on the education and training of clinician-neuroscientists, including subspecialists in behavioral neurology & neuropsychiatry.


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