Our special incentives

ECNP offers a range of special incentives to the participants of the congress:


Members

  • Registration discounts of up to 32%.ECNPmember
  • Applicable if your membership period includes the congress days and your membership contribution has been paid.

Are you not a member yet? Apply here.

Non-MDs

  • Up to EUR 210 discount for pre-clinical researchers.
  • Applies specifically to those engaged in basic research. It excludes those with medical training.

During the registration process you need to confirm that you fit into the non-MD fee by uploading an official letter in English, signed by your institution. Please download here a template of the official letter that can be used to confirm the status of non-MD.

Developing countries (CDE) 

  • Registration discounts of up to 55%.
  • For individuals who are a resident in a country with a developing economy (CDE).
  • A number of CDE Grants (for presenting authors residing in a CDE country within Europe), consisting of free registration and EUR 500. The grant is given to selected abstracts based on the decision of the scientific review committee. If you would like to apply for a CDE Grant, you need to register for the congress as a "European CDE abstract submitter, requesting a CDE Grant".


Early Career Scientists

  • Registration discounts of up to 64%.Early Career Scientists
  • For individuals matching the ECNP definition of an Early Career Scientist.
  • Free registration for presenting authors, residing in a country within Europe* if the abstract is accepted for publication in the congress supplement to the journal European Neuropsychopharmacology.
    *Europe being the 47 countries of the Council of Europe plus Israel and Belarus.
  • ECNP Excellence Award of EUR 500 each for Early Career Scientists in Europe (best abstracts).
  • EUR 100 registration fee if brought by an ECNP member (one Early Career Scientist per member).

During the registration process you need to confirm that you are an early career scientist by uploading a student card (or an official letter in English, signed by the head of your department, university or institution) and a copy of your ID/passport. Please download here a template of the official letter that can be used to confirm the status of an early career scientist.