TENTATIVE MEETING AGENDA
(Subject to Change)
Wednesday, March 15, 2023
Neuropsychiatry of Psychedelics in Mental Health Treatment
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
Friday, March 17, 2023
Practice Workshop II - Cortical Visual Disorders
President's Symposium - Music and the BrainBassoe Lecture - Genomics and Phenomics of Neuropsychiatric Disease
Saturday, March 18, 2023
Program Committee Symposium - New Approaches in Brain Stimulation
British Neuropsychiatric Association Lecture - To be announced
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.